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Part 4: Part 4: Dynamic Web Sites > Debugging Your Code

Chapter 28. Debugging Your Code

If you are using CSS or DHTML to create your Web pages, eventually you will have bugs. Like death and taxes, problems with your code are inescapable.

I have tested and retested the code in this book on the most popular browsers and operating systems available and hope that it is as bug-free as humanly possible. You will inevitably have to adapt the code for your own use, however. You will have to change variables, values, URLs, and styles. You may have to combine code from different examples. You may even have to write your own functions from scratch.

This means bugs.

In this chapter, I'll guide you through some of the most common problems, help you identify and fix them, and (I hope) keep you from smashing your monitor with a heavy mallet when things go wrong.


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