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The book is aimed at designers rather than programmers. If you've learned the benefits of Web Standards through CSS and you're now ready to move on to the next level, this is the book for you. It will show you how to add stylish, usable enhancements to your web pages using Web Standards that guarantee future compatibility.
This book deserves to be promoted to classic status immediately. It is written clearly, it uses only good principles of programming and adheres strictly to the appropriate standards.
What a combination. I highly recommend this book. It's nothing short of a revolution in educating developers about the true potential of DOM Scripting. Garrett Dimon. It's already paid for itself.
Go get yourself a copy. Jeff Croft. Thomas Vander Wal. If you design Web sites and want to add another dimension to it, check out this book. You won't be disappointed. Web Reference.
Since I had to be in Tokyo yesterday, I perused it on the train. The book is so well-written and every concept explained clearly that I not only finished it by the time I got back to Tsukuba but I have it still fresh in my mind a day later.
It's very rare for me to breeze through a non-fiction book and it is a credit to the author.
Adriaan Tijsseling. Clearly written and aimed at designers you'll find it impossible not to learn something. Rob Winters.
Jeremy Keith has managed to craft a book that is both a great learning tool for those new to the subject and call to arms to those of us that have always believed that scripting has its place in modern web design. Glenn Jones.
It's a rare book that will easily double as an introductory text, as well as a proper reference for best practices and proper implementation. The Laptop Nomad. The book is very good and worth getting. The author has a clear and concise way of presenting the subject and I really enjoyed the read. Stefan Mischook. Rather than trying to be all things to all people, DOM Scripting sticks to the topic at hand, and does an excellent job explaining it. I would highly recommend this book to anyone who is comfortable building HTML pages and is ready to get into scripting.
Adam Pasztory. I'd definitely recommend the book to anyone who wants to begin adding another weapon DOM scripting to their web-standards arsenal. Trevor Morris.
Normally, books on coding aren't the kind that I actually sit down and read, but rather are used as a reference for when I run into a problem.
This one was different. While I still haven't gone through every line of every example, it had the same effect on me as Jeffrey Zeldman's Designing with Web Standards : that is, it made so much sense as to seem ridiculously obvious. I am about halfway through the book and would like to recommend it to everyone. I am now glad to say it has made an excellent addition to my bookshelf.
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I really couldn't be more pleased with it! Bryan Davis. Dominik Schwind.
The language is clear and natural. Jeremy does not appear to be making any assumptions about what I already know.
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Not a book for someone who just wants to add flying pink elephants to their homepage.
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Jeremy nails the topic down with clear principles, examples that are easy to follow, and a fun but authoritative tone to his writing. I highly recommend this book to all web designers and developers.
Lance B. How to create page elements on the fly and much more.
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Roger Johansson. The book was an easy read, packed with useful information. Nate Klaiber.