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Chapter 10. Databases

Chapter 10. Databases

Few Web sites today are straight DHTML and CSS. They depend on back-end data sources to power what is displayed on the page. The DHTML and CSS that has been covered thus far in this book will empower you to take raw data and turn it into an appealing user interface.

Often it feels like there are two conflicting goals in Web site creation: design and development. With design your concern is to create rich and intuitive interfaces. With development your goal is pure function and creating a somewhat manageable interface for data. The true magic happens when you bring these two concepts together and develop Web sites that are both rich in content and intuitive in interface.


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