O’Reilly Releases Latest Goodman Book,
“Dynamic HTML: The Definitive Reference” Comprehensive Resource for HTML,
CSS, DOM, & JavaScript

Danny Goodman’s latest book, “Dynamic HTML: The Definitive Reference” is an
indispensable compendium for Web content developers. It contains everything
needed to create functional cross-platform Web applications, including:
reference material for all of the HTML tags, CSS style attributes, browser
document objects, and JavaScript objects supported by the various standards
and the latest versions of Netscape Navigator and Microsoft Internet

Browser compatibility is emphasized throughout; the reference pages clearly
indicate browser support for every entity. Cross-reference indexes that
make it easy to find interrelated HTML tags, style attributes, and document
objects. This new release is an advanced introduction to creating dynamic
Web content that addresses the cross-platform compromises inherent in Web
page design.

“Dynamic HTML encompasses so many different industry standards, and is
implemented so differently in the major browsers, that it took forever to
find out what powers are available and whether I could use them in one or
both browsers.” the author explained, “I needed this book for my own use to
consolidate, verify, and correct information that was scattered all over
the Internet, and to present the truth in a non-browser-partisan way.”

“Dynamic HTML: The Definitive Reference” is the only DHTML reference that
Web developer needs. It covers both IE4 and Navigator 4.

Chapter 2 from “Dynamic HTML: The Definitive Reference”, “Cross-Platform
Compromises” is available free on the web at:

About the Author

Danny Goodman has been an active participant on the editorial side of the
personal computer and consumer electronics revolutions since the late
1970s. His articles in the field have appeared in some of the most
prestigious general audience publications and he has written dozens of
feature articles for leading computer publications, such as PC Magazine, PC
World, Macworld, and MacUser. He is currently a monthly columnist for
Netscape Communication’s online developer newsletter, View Source. He is
also the author of more than two dozen books on computing and information
superhighway technologies, including the popular JavaScript Bible. The
Complete HyperCard Handbook, published by Bantam Books in August 1987,
claimed honors as the bestselling Macintosh book and fastest selling
computer book in the history of the industry. He has received Best
Product-Specific Book awards from the Computer Press Association (1987 and
1988, respectively). Danny Goodman’s Macintosh Handbook (1993), a radical
departure from traditional computer books, won Danny’s third CPA award.

Dynamic HTML: The Definitive Reference
By Danny Goodman
1st Edition July 1998 (US)
1096 pages, 1-56592-494-0, $39.95 (US$)