Web Developer's Cookbook

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April 17, 2012


Mixed media product, 992 pages

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007179431X / 9780071794312


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300+ Ready-to-Use PHP, JavaScript, and CSS Solutions

Web Developer's Cookbook contains more than 300 PHP, JavaScript, and CSS recipes you can use right away to create interactive Web content. All of the solutions are fully documented and their functionality clearly explained, along with customization tips. The recipes include HTML examples and screen shots showing exactly how to apply them in real-world situations. Methods for using HTML5 to make Web pages even more interactive and dynamic are also provided. Shorten development time and sharpen your programming skills with help from this practical guide.

Filled with tested recipes for:

Text processing * Image handling * Content management * Forms and user input * Internet * Chat and messaging * MySQL, sessions, and cookies * APIs, RSS, and XML * Incorporating JavaScript

Core functionality * Location and dimensions * Visibility * Movement and animation * Chaining and interaction * Menus and navigation * Text effects * Audio and visual effects * Cookies, Ajax, and security * Forms and validation * Solutions to common problems

Manipulating objects * Text and typography * Menus and navigation * Page layout * Visual effects * Dynamic objects * Dynamic text and typography * Incorporating JavaScript * Superclasses

Table of contents

Part I: Introduction
Ch 1. Getting Started
Ch 2. Using the Recipes
Part II: PHP Recipes
Ch 3. Text Processing
Ch 4. Image Handling
Ch 5. Content Management
Ch 6. Forms and User Input
Ch 7. The Internet
Ch 8. Chat and Messaging
Ch 9. MySQL, Sessions, and Cookies
Ch 10. APIs, RSS, and XML
Ch 11. Incorporating JavaScript
Ch 12. Diverse Solutions
Part III: JavaScript Recipes
Ch 13. The Core Recipes
Ch 14. Location and Dimensions
Ch 15. Visibility
Ch 16. Movement and Animation
Ch 17. Chaining and Interaction
Ch 18. Menus and Navigation
Ch 19. Text Effects
Ch 20. Audio and Visual Effects
Ch 21. Cookies, Ajax and Security
Ch 22. Forms and Validation
Ch 23. Solutions to common problems
Part IV: CSS Classes
Ch 24. Manipulating Objects
Ch 25. Text and Typography
Ch 26. Menus and Navigation
Ch 27. Page Layout
Ch 28. Visual Effects
Ch 29. Dynamic Objects
Ch 30. Dynamic Text and Typography
Ch 31. Dynamic Interaction
Ch 32. Incorporating JavaScript
Ch 33. Superclasses

Author comments

Robin Nixon has worked with and written about computers since the early 1980s. He is the author of several books, including HTML5 for iOS and Android: A Beginner's Guide, as well as more than 500 articles for leading computer magazines.

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