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Table of Contents
|A Brief Introduction to the Internet|
|The World Wide Web|
|Uniform Resource Locators|
|Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions|
|The Hypertext Transfer Protocol|
|The Web Programmerrsquo;s Toolbox|
|Introduction to XHTML|
|Origins and Purposes of HTML and XHTML|
|Standard XHTML Document Structure|
|Basic Text Markup|
|Syntactic Differences between HTML and XHTML|
|Cascading Style Sheets|
|Levels of Style Sheets|
|Style Specification Formats|
|Property Value Forms|
|Alignment of Text|
|The Box Model|
|The and Tags|
|General Syntactic Characteristics|
|Primitives, Operations, and Expressions|
|Screen Output and Keyboard Input|
|Object Creation and Modification|
|Pattern Matching Using Regular Expressions|
|Errors in Scripts|
|The Document Object Model|
|Events and Event Handling|
|Handling Events from Body Elements|
|Handling Events from Button Elements|
|Handling Events from Text Boxes and Password Elements|
|The DOM 2 Event Model|
|The navigator Object|
|DOM Tree Traversal and Modification|
|Changing Colors and Fonts|
|Locating the Mouse Cursor|
|Reacting to a Mouse Click|
|Slow Movement of Elements|
|Dragging and Dropping Elements|
|Introduction to XML|
|The Syntax of XML|
|XML Document Structure|
|Document Type Definitions|
|Displaying Raw XML Documents|
|Displaying XML Documents with CSS|
|XSLT Style Sheets|
|The Basics of Perl|
|Origins and Uses of Perl|
|Scalars and Their Operations|
|Assignment Statements and Simple Input and Output|
|Fundamentals of Arrays|
|File Input and Output|
|Using Perl for CGI Programming|
|The Common Gateway Interface|
|Query String Format|
|The CGI.pm Module|
|A Survey Example|
|Servlets and Java Server Pages|
|Overview of Servlets|
|A Survey Example|
|Storing Information on Clients|
|Java Server Pages|
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