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New Perspectives on JavaScript

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Summary

This book uses a practical, step-by-step approach to provide comprehensive instruction on basic to advanced JavaScript concepts. Author Patrick Carey’s fluid writing style and thorough explanations make even the most complex topics easy for beginners to understand and apply. With this book, users will be well on their way to create impressive web sites featuring animated text, image rollovers, pull-down menus, and drag and drop menus.

Table of Contents

Preface v
Read This Before You Begin xx
Review 1 Introducing HTML and XHTML
1(48)
Introducing the World Wide Web and HTML
1(3)
Web Pages, Servers, and Browsers
2(1)
HTML: The Language of the Web
2(2)
Creating an HTML Document
4(3)
White Space and HTML
6(1)
Element Attributes
6(1)
The Structure of an HTML File
7(1)
Working with the Document Head
7(1)
Working with Block-level Elements
8(5)
Creating Headings
8(1)
Creating Paragraphs
9(1)
Creating Lists
10(2)
Creating a Generic Block
12(1)
Using Other Block-level Elements
12(1)
Working with Inline Elements
13(2)
Working with IDs and Classes
15(1)
Creating Links
16(1)
Working with Images and Other Nontextual Content
16(3)
Creating Horizontal Lines
17(1)
Working with Special Characters
17(1)
Embedding Media Clips
18(1)
Creating Web Tables
19(9)
Creating Row Groups
20(1)
Creating a Table Caption
21(1)
Spanning Rows and Columns
21(2)
Setting the Border, Spacing, and Padding Size
23(2)
Creating Frames and Rules
25(2)
Working with Column Groups
27(1)
Creating Web Forms
28(9)
Creating a Form Element
29(1)
Creating and Formatting Input Boxes
30(1)
Creating Option Buttons
31(1)
Creating Check Boxes
32(1)
Creating a Selection List
33(2)
Creating a Text Area Box
35(1)
Creating a Form Button
36(1)
Creating a Hidden Field
37(1)
Working with Form Attributes
37(1)
Working with Frames
37(9)
Creating a Frameset
39(2)
Specifying a Frame Source
41(1)
Formatting Frames
42(1)
Working with Frames and Links
43(1)
Using the noframes Element
44(1)
Creating Inline Frames
45(1)
Review Summary
46(1)
Key Terms
47(1)
Review Questions
47(2)
Review 2 Introducing Cascading Style Sheets
49(1)
Introducing CSS
49(7)
Applying a Style Sheet
51(1)
Using Inline Styles
51(1)
Using Embedded Styles
51(2)
Using an External Style Sheet
53(1)
Style Comments
54(1)
Understanding Style Precedence
55(1)
Understanding Style Inheritance
55(1)
Working with Text Styles
56(6)
Choosing a Font
56(1)
Setting the Font Size
57(1)
Controlling Spacing and Indentation
58(1)
Setting Font Styles, Weights, and Other Decorative Features
59(2)
Aligning Element Content
61(1)
Combining All Text Formatting in a Single Style
62(1)
Working with Color and Image Styles
62(3)
Setting a Background Image
63(1)
Controlling Image Placement
63(2)
Sizing Elements
65(2)
Setting an Element's Width
65(1)
Setting an Element's Height
66(1)
Handling Content Overflow
66(1)
Clipping Content
67(1)
Working with Borders, Margins, and Padding
67(5)
Working with Margins
68(1)
Working with Borders
69(2)
Working with Padding
71(1)
Positioning Elements
72(4)
Absolute Positioning
72(1)
Relative Positioning
73(1)
Fixed and Static Positioning
74(1)
Floating an Element
74(1)
Stacking Elements
75(1)
Setting the Element Display Style
76(2)
Hiding Elements
77(1)
Working with Selectors
78(6)
Contextual Selectors
78(2)
Attribute Selectors
80(1)
Applying Styles to IDs and Classes
81(1)
Applying Styles to Pseudoclasses and Pseudoelements
82(2)
Working with Different Media
84(3)
The @media Rule
85(1)
Supporting Older Browsers
86(1)
Media Groups
86(1)
Using Print Styles
87(5)
Page Pseudoclasses and Named Pages
87(1)
Setting the Page Size
88(1)
Displaying Crop Marks
89(1)
Working with Page Breaks
89(3)
Review Summary
92(1)
Key Terms
92(1)
Review Questions
92
Introducing JavaScript
1(48)
Monroe Public Library
1(1)
Session 1.1
2(1)
Introduction to JavaScript
2(6)
Server-Side and Client-Side Programming
4(3)
The Development of JavaScript
7(1)
Working with the Script Element
8(2)
Creating a Script Element
8(1)
Placing the Script Element
9(1)
Creating a Statement
9(1)
Writing Output to a Web Document
10(3)
The document.write() Method
11(2)
Understanding JavaScript Rules and the Use of White Space
13(2)
Supporting Non-JavaScript Browsers
15(1)
Session 1.1 Quick Check
15(1)
Session 1.2
16(1)
Working with Variables
16(4)
Declaring a Variable
16(1)
Assigning a Value to a Variable
17(1)
Working with Data Types
17(2)
Writing a Variable Value to a Web Document
19(1)
Creating a Function to Perform an Action
20(5)
Calling a Function
21(4)
Functions and Variable Scope
25(1)
Creating a Function to Return a Value
25(2)
Accessing an External JavaScript File
27(4)
Commenting JavaScript Code
31(2)
Inserting Single- and Multiline Comments
31(1)
Using Comments to Hide JavaScript Code
32(1)
Debugging Your JavaScript Programs
33(5)
Common Mistakes
35(1)
Debugging Tools and Techniques
35(3)
Tips for Writing Good JavaScript Code
38(1)
Session 1.2 Quick Check
39(1)
Tutorial Summary
39(1)
Key Terms
39(1)
Review Assignments
40(1)
Case Problems
41(7)
Quick Check Answers
48(1)
Working with Operators and Expressions
49(52)
Dixon's New Year's Bash
49(1)
Session 2.1
50(1)
Working with onEvent Processing
50(6)
Understanding Event Handlers
53(2)
Running JavaScript Commands as Links
55(1)
Working with Dates
56(7)
Retrieving the Date, Month, and Hour Values
57(1)
Retrieving the Hour, Minute, and Second Values
58(1)
Setting Date and Time Values
59(1)
Creating a Date and Time Function
60(2)
Session 2.1 Quick Check
62(1)
Session 2.2
63(1)
Working with Operators
63(5)
Arithmetic Operators
63(2)
Assignment Operators
65(1)
Calculating the Days Left in the Year
66(2)
Working with Math Methods and Constants
68(6)
Math Methods
69(1)
Math Constants
69(2)
Calculating the Hours, Minutes, and Seconds Left in the Year
71(3)
Controlling How JavaScript Works with Numeric Values
74(3)
Handling Illegal Operations
74(1)
Specifying the Number Format
75(1)
Converting Between Numbers and Text Strings
75(2)
Working with Conditional Operators
77(5)
Running Timed Commands
82(2)
Working with Time-Delayed Commands
82(1)
Running Commands at Specified Intervals
82(2)
Performing Special Mathematical Tasks
84(3)
Rounding a Value to a Specified Number of Digits
85(1)
Generating Random Numbers
86(1)
Tips for Working with Operators and Expressions
87(1)
Session 2 Quick Check
87(1)
Tutorial Summary
87(1)
Key Terms
88(1)
Review Assignments
88(3)
Case Problems
91(8)
Quick Check Answers
99(2)
Working with Arrays, Loops, and Conditional Statements
101(58)
The Chamberlain Civic Center
101(1)
Session 3.1
102(1)
Introducing the Monthly Calendar
102(4)
The Calendar Style Sheet
104(1)
The calendar() Function
104(2)
Working with Arrays
106(9)
Creating and Populating an Array
106(4)
Working with Array Length
110(1)
Reversing an Array
111(1)
Sorting an Array
112(1)
Extracting and Inserting Array Items
113(2)
Session 3.1 Quick Check
115(1)
Session 3.2
116(1)
Working with Program Loops
116(6)
The For Loop
116(2)
For Loops and Arrays
118(2)
The While Loop
120(1)
The Do/While Loop
121(1)
Working with Conditional Statements
122(7)
The If Statement
123(1)
Nesting If Statements
124(2)
The If...Else Statement
126(1)
Using Multiple Else...If statements
127(1)
The Switch Statement
128(1)
Session 3.2 Quick Check
129(1)
Session 3.3
130(1)
Creating the calendar() Function
130(10)
Setting the First Day of the Month
131(1)
Placing the First Day of the Month
132(1)
Writing the Calendar Days
133(3)
Highlighting the Current Date
136(2)
Setting the Calendar Date
138(2)
Managing Program Loops and Conditional Statements
140(2)
The break Command
140(1)
The continue Command
140(1)
Statement Labels
141(1)
Tips for Arrays, Program Loops, and Conditional Statements
142(1)
Session 3.3 Quick Check
142(1)
Tutorial Summary
143(1)
Key Terms
143(1)
Review Assignments
143(3)
Case Problems
146(11)
Quick Check Answers
157(2)
Working with Objects
159(56)
Avalon Books
159(1)
Session 4.1
160(1)
Introduction to DHTML
160(2)
Understanding JavaScript Objects
162(1)
Exploring the Document Object Model
163(3)
Development of a Common DOM
163(3)
The Document Tree
166(1)
Referencing Objects
166(4)
Object Names
167(1)
Working with Object Collections
167(2)
Using document.all and document.getElementById
169(1)
Referencing Tags
169(1)
Working with Object Properties
170(2)
Storing a Property in a Variable
171(1)
Using Properties in Conditional Expressions
172(1)
Working with Object Methods
172(1)
Creating a Cross-Browser Web Site
173(5)
Using Browser Detection
173(1)
Using Object Detection
174(2)
Employing Cross-Browser Strategies
176(2)
Session 1 Quick Check
178(1)
Session 4.2
178(1)
Creating Custom Functions for Avalon Books
178(1)
Working with the Style Object
179(2)
Setting an Element's Position
180(1)
Positioning Properties in the IE DOM
180(1)
Creating the Positioning Functions for Avalon Books
181(3)
Session 2 Quick Check
184(1)
Session 4.3
185(1)
Applying an Event Handler
185(2)
Animating an Object
187(4)
Controlling Layout for Different Monitor Resolutions
191(6)
Calculating the Size of the Display Window
193(4)
Using Path Animation
197(1)
Working with Custom Objects
198(3)
The new Operator
198(1)
Customized Properties
199(1)
Object Constructors
199(1)
Customized Methods
200(1)
Tips for Working with JavaScript Objects
201(1)
Session 4.3 Quick Check
201(1)
Tutorial Summary
202(1)
Key Terms
202(1)
Review Assignments
203(2)
Case Problems
205(7)
Quick Check Answers
212(3)
Working with Special Effects
215(58)
The World of Shakespeare
215(1)
Session 5.1
216(1)
Working with Image Objects
216(5)
Referencing an Inline Image
217(2)
Creating an Image Object
219(1)
Properties of Image Objects
219(2)
Detecting Image Objects
221(1)
Creating an Image Rollover
221(5)
Preloading the Images
222(2)
Swapping Image Objects
224(1)
Running the Image Rollover
225(1)
Creating a Text Rollover
226(1)
Using the Hover Pseudo-Class
227(1)
General Text Rollovers
227(1)
Session 5.1 Quick Check
227(1)
Session 5.2
228(1)
Working with Menus
228(5)
Creating a Pop-Up Menu
228(1)
Creating a Pull-Down Menu
229(1)
Creating a Sliding Menu
230(1)
Creating a Tabbed Menu
230(3)
Creating Pop-Up Menu Functions
233(1)
Displaying Menu Contents
234(4)
Calling the Menu Functions
236(2)
Session 5.2 Quick Check
238(1)
Session 5.3
239(1)
Working with Internet Explorer Filters
239(8)
Applying Filters by Using Styles
239(4)
Running Filters with JavaScript
243(1)
Adding a Filter Effect to the Plays Page
244(1)
Using a Light Filter
245(2)
Working with Transitions
247(10)
Applying Transition Styles
247(4)
Scripting Transitions
251(1)
Running a Transition
252(1)
Adding a Transition to the Plays Page
253(3)
Using Interpage Transitions
256(1)
Tips for Working with Special Effects
257(1)
Session 3 Quick Check
258(1)
Tutorial Summary
258(1)
Key Terms
258(1)
Review Assignments
258(3)
Case Problems
261(9)
Quick Check Answers
270(3)
Working with Windows and Frames
273(62)
iMusicHistory
273(1)
Session 6.1
274(1)
Working with the Window Object
274(3)
Working with Status Bars
277(3)
Setting the Default Status Bar Message
277(1)
Creating a Transient Status Bar Message
278(2)
Working with the History and Location Objects
280(4)
Moving Forward and Backward in the History List
280(2)
Automatic Page Navigation
282(2)
Security Issues
284(1)
Session 6.1 Quick Check
284(1)
Session 6.2
285(1)
Creating New Browser Windows
285(9)
Opening New Windows with HTML
286(1)
Opening New Windows with JavaScript
286(1)
Setting the Features of a Pop-up Window
287(4)
Working with Pop-up Blockers
291(1)
Adding a Pop-up Window to the iMusicHistory Site
292(2)
Window Security Issues
294(1)
Working with Window Methods
294(5)
Window Methods
295(2)
The self and opener Keywords
297(1)
Automatically Closing the Definition Window
298(1)
Creating Dialog Boxes
299(3)
Working between Windows
302(5)
Writing Content to a Window
302(1)
Accessing an Object within a Window
303(1)
Creating the Quiz Pop-up Window
304(3)
Working with Modal and Modeless Windows
307(2)
Working with the Features List
308(1)
Exchanging Information between the Windows
308(1)
Session 6.2 Quick Check
309(1)
Session 6.3
309(1)
Working with Frames
309(7)
Working with the Frame and Frameset Objects
312(1)
Navigating between Frames
312(1)
Treating Frames as Windows
313(1)
Setting the Frameset Layout
314(1)
Collapsing and Expanding a Frame
315(1)
Controlling Frame Behavior
316(3)
Blocking an Unwanted Frame
316(2)
Forcing a Page into a Frameset
318(1)
Working with Inline Frames
319(2)
Tips for Working with Windows and Frames
321(1)
Session 6.3 Quick Check
321(1)
Tutorial Summary
322(1)
Key Terms
322(1)
Review Assignments
322(3)
Case Problems
325(7)
Quick Check Answers
332(3)
Working with Forms and Regular Expressions
335(82)
GPS-ware
335(1)
Session 7.1
336(1)
Working with Forms and Fields
336(4)
Referencing a Web form
337(2)
Referencing a form element
339(1)
Working with Input Fields
340(3)
Setting the field value
340(1)
Navigating between fields
341(2)
Working with Selection Lists
343(3)
Working with Option Buttons and Checkboxes
346(3)
Using option buttons
347(1)
Using the ``this'' keyword
348(1)
Working with check boxes
349(1)
Creating Calculated Fields
349(5)
Working with Older Browsers
353(1)
Session 7.1 Quick Check
354(1)
Session 7.2
354(1)
Working with Form Validation
354(5)
Submitting a Form
355(3)
Resetting a Form
358(1)
Working with Text Strings
359(9)
The string object
360(1)
Calculating the length of a text string
360(2)
Working with string object methods
362(5)
Formatting text strings
367(1)
Session 7.2 Quick Check
368(1)
Session 7.3
369(1)
Introducing Regular Expressions
369(16)
Creating a regular expression
369(1)
Matching a substring
370(1)
Setting regular expression flags
371(1)
Defining character positions
372(2)
Defining character types and character classes
374(4)
Repeating characters
378(2)
Escape sequences
380(1)
Alternate Patterns and Grouping
381(3)
The regular expression object constructor
384(1)
Working with the Regular Expression Object
385(4)
Regular Expression methods
385(2)
Validating a ZIP code
387(2)
Validating Financial Information
389(8)
Removing blank spaces from credit card numbers
391(1)
Validating credit card number patterns
391(3)
The Luhn Formula
394(3)
Passing Data Between Forms
397(3)
Appending data to a URL
397(1)
Appending and retrieving form data
398(2)
Tips for Validating Forms
400(1)
Session 7.3 Quick Check
401(1)
Tutorial Summary
401(1)
Key Terms
401(1)
Review Assignments
402(3)
Case Problems
405(10)
Quick Check Answers
415(2)
Working with the Event Model
417(60)
Games Etc
417(1)
Session 8.1
418(1)
Working with Events
418(7)
Event Handlers
420(2)
Event Handlers as Object Properties
422(1)
Event Handlers as Script Elements
422(1)
Using an Event Handler to Cancel an Action
423(1)
Assigning an Event Handler
424(1)
Introducing the Internet Explorer Event Model
425(3)
Event Bubbling
425(2)
Canceling Event Bubbling
427(1)
Attaching and Detaching Events
428(1)
Introducing the DOM Event Model
428(3)
Creating a Cross-Browser Event Model
431(1)
Session 8.1 Quick Check
432(1)
Session 8.2
433(1)
Working with Event Objects
433(4)
The Internet Explorer Event Object
433(1)
The DOM Event Object
434(3)
Creating the grabIt() Function
437(4)
Determining the Event Source
438(1)
Determining the Event Coordinates
438(2)
Calculating the Distance from the Pointer
440(1)
Creating the moveIt() Function
441(2)
Creating the dropIt() Function
443(1)
Refining the Drag-and-Drop Feature
444(5)
Keeping Dragged Items on Top
445(1)
Returning a Dragged Item to Its Starting Point
445(2)
Canceling the selectStart Event
447(2)
Session 8.2 Quick Check
449(1)
Session 8.3
449(1)
Formatting a Dragged Object
449(4)
Setting the Cursor Style
449(3)
Changing the Color
452(1)
Working with the Double-Click Event
453(2)
Working with the Mouse Button
455(1)
Working with Keyboard Events
455(5)
Capturing a Keyboard Event
456(1)
Examining Key Codes
457(1)
Creating the keyDrag() Function
458(1)
Modifier Keys
459(1)
Tips for Working with Events
460(1)
Session 8.3 Quick Check
460(1)
Tutorial Summary
461(1)
Key Terms
461(1)
Review Assignments
461(5)
Case Problems
466(9)
Quick Check Answers
475(2)
Working with Cookies
477(50)
Patti's Potpourri
477(1)
Session 9.1
478(1)
Introducing Cookies
478(3)
Developing a Shopping Cart Application
480(1)
Understanding Cookies
481(5)
Types of Cookies
482(1)
Setting Cookie Options in a Browser
482(4)
Creating a Cookie
486(4)
The name and value Properties
486(2)
The expires Property
488(1)
The path Property
489(1)
The domain Property
489(1)
The secure Property
490(1)
Session 9.1 Quick Check
490(1)
Session 9.2
491(1)
Working with Cookie Values
491(1)
Extracting Cookie Values
491(6)
Populating Form Fields with Cookie Values
494(1)
Using Cookie Values to Create a Personalized Greeting
495(2)
Implementing a Shopping Cart
497(8)
Displaying Shopping Cart Contents
502(3)
Session 9.2 Quick Check
505(1)
Session 9.3
506(1)
Form Control Using Cookies
506(1)
Preserving Form Data
506(2)
Creating a Form Feedback Page
508(4)
Deleting Cookies
512(3)
Session 9.3 Quick Check
515(1)
Tutorial Summary
515(1)
Key Terms
515(1)
Review Assignment
515(2)
Case Problems
517(5)
Quick Check Answers
522(5)
Working with Dynamic Content and Styles
527(1)
MidWest University Dept. of History
527(1)
Session 10.1
528(1)
Introducing Dynamic Content
528(5)
Inserting HTML Content into an Element
530(1)
Dynamic Content in Internet Explorer
531(2)
Working with Nodes
533(8)
The Node Tree
533(2)
Node types, names, and values
535(3)
Creating and Attaching Nodes
538(3)
Creating a List of Heading Elements
541(5)
Looping Through the Child Node Collection
542(1)
Matching the Heading Elements
543(1)
Creating the List Item Elements
544(2)
Session 10.1 Quick Check
546(1)
Session 10.2
547(1)
Creating a Nested List
547(8)
Working with Attributes
555(6)
Attribute Nodes
555(2)
Attributes as Object Properties
557(1)
Setting the Section Heading Ids
557(1)
Inserting Links
558(3)
Session 10.2 Quick Check
561(1)
Session 10.3
561(1)
Expanding and Collapsing a Document
561(17)
Creating a Plus/Minus Box
562(2)
Adding Event Handlers to the Plus/Minus Boxes
564(2)
Hiding and Displaying Objects
566(2)
Expanding and Collapsing the Document
568(5)
Testing the Dynamic TOC
573(2)
Traversing the Node Tree using Recursion
575(3)
Working with Style Sheets
578(5)
Working with the link element
579(2)
The Style Sheet Collection
581(1)
Working with Style Sheet Rules
582(1)
Tips for Working with Dynamic Content and Styles
583(1)
Session 10.3 Quick Check
584(1)
Tutorial Summary
584(1)
Key Terms
584(1)
Review Assignments
585(3)
Case Problems
588(10)
Quick Check Answers
598
Appendix A HTML and XHTML Elements and Attributes
2(31)
General Attributes
2(6)
Core Attributes
2(1)
Language Attributes
2(1)
Form Attributes
3(1)
Internet Explorer Attributes
3(1)
Event Attributes
4(1)
Core Events
4(1)
Document Events
4(1)
Form Events
5(1)
Data Events
5(1)
Internet Explorer Events
6(2)
HTML and XHTML Elements and Attributes
8(25)
Appendix B Cascading Style Sheets
33(10)
Selectors
33(1)
Pseudo-Elements and Pseudo-Classes
34(1)
@Rules
35(1)
Miscellaneous Syntax
35(1)
Units
35(2)
Attributes and Values
37(6)
Appendix C JavaScript
43(22)
Appendix D JavaScript
65(2)
Appendix E Creating Dynamic Web Pages with Netscape 4
67(16)
Working with Layers
68(2)
Setting the Layer Size
68(1)
Displaying an External Document in a Layer
69(1)
Using Inline Layers and Working with Non-Layer Content
69(1)
Working with Non-Layer Content
69(1)
Working with Netscape 4 Objects
70(1)
Referencing Page Objects
70(1)
Referencing Nested Objects
71(1)
Referencing Objects by their Tag Name
71(1)
Working with Object Styles
71(3)
Stacking Objects on a Web Page
72(1)
Controlling Object Visibility
72(1)
Overflow and Clipping
73(1)
Netscape 4 Layer Methods
73(1)
Writing Dynamic Content in the Netscape 4 DOM
74(2)
Changing the Source of a Layer
75(1)
Text Rollovers with Netscape 4
75(1)
Exploring the Netscape 4 Event Model
76(7)
Event Handlers
76(1)
Event Propagation in Netscape 4
76(1)
Capturing an Event
77(1)
Assigning a Function to an Event
78(1)
Releasing an Event
78(1)
Routing Events to their Targets
78(1)
Redirecting Events
79(1)
The Netscape 4 Event Object
79(1)
Keyboard Keys and Buttons
80(3)
Appendix F Debugging your JavaScript Code
83(10)
Load-time Errors
84(1)
Run-time Errors
84(1)
Logical Errors
85(1)
Debugging a Program
85(2)
Using Alert Boxes
85(1)
Using the Status Bar
86(1)
Using a Debug Window
86(1)
Catching Errors
87(6)
The onerror Event Handler
87(1)
The try...catch Structure
88(1)
The error Object
88(2)
Throwing an Error or Exception
90(1)
The finally Statement
91(2)
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