Media praise for Dynamic HTML: The Definitive Reference
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"Weighing in at over 1300 pages, the optimum word in the title is Definitive!...takes everything you wanted to know--need to know--about DHTML and presents it in a very useful format...if you are working with DHTML, you are wasting your time if you do not have this book! "
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"Too many computing books have been rushed into print with authors who simply don't know a particular subject deeply. Goodman is at the other extreme; he isn't merely expert with DHTML...he's uniquely knowledgeable and strongly motivated. If you're a developer like Goodman, one who needs to ensure that your Web application does as you intend, you have little choice but to prop DH up beside you, for the different browsers don't behave consistently."
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"Definitive reference fits this title to a "T". Every tag is covered in detail, providing practical description for both the tag and every property along with a practical example. This is most definitely a must have for any developer dealing with dynamic HTML, which is increasingly an important part of site development. "
-- , Amazon.com
"Anyone who has spent weeks making their website just perfect only to have their best buddy with a different type of browser say that its all wonky knows that a good detailed cross reference resource is invaluable. Having one as well organized and intuitive as this one is nothing short of amazing. "
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