Dynamic HTML: The Definitive Reference

by Charles Miller on October 11, 2002

Joel Spolsky notes the release of the second edition of Dynamic HTML: The Definitive Reference. This is the only HTML book I've found more useful than the original specifications. It's as comprehensive as the specs, while also including a lot of important information on Java cross-browser compatibility, and cross-referencing between the four different standards that make up web pages (HTML, DOM, CSS and ECMAScript).

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