“ Genre: Computer / IT „
Oreilly are the publishers of the definite guides in programming languages and their DHTML book is no exception. Of course if you are wanting to start writing a webpage from scratch and learn HTML for the first time, this book will be over your head. However if you are working on websites on a regular basis and need a full explanation of each Tag, be it HTML, CSS or DOM and in which browsers they work, then this is the book for you. This is an ideal reference guide, although it is by no means a teaching aid. It clarifies the use of individual tags, and what can be done by combining them with optionl attributes, and also outlines the differences between HTML 3.2 and HTML 4 and which tags have been deprecated. As a reference guide it is second to none for advanced users, although for beginners it is difficult to make any progress with it, so don't think you can learn DHTML just by reading this book, although for a beginner's needs it is by far and away above what a beginner needs.