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a elements: 3.6.2.2. The link element (Dynamic HTML)
3.8.1.2. Using pseudo-classes (Dynamic HTML)
3.8.2. Attribute Selectors (Dynamic HTML)
5.4.2. Swap Your Image (Dynamic HTML)
8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
a objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
ab (Apache benchmarking) utility: 13.5.1. Benchmarking (Programming PHP)
abbr attribute
<td> tags: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<th> tags: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
abbr elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
abbr property
td objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
th objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
aborted( ) (Perl): 15.8. The Perl API (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
about: protocol specifier: 21.2. Restricted Features (JavaScript)
above attribute
ilayer elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
layer elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
<ilayer> tags: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<layer> tags: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
above property: 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript), layer objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
abs( ): 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
Math object: 12.5. Core Objects (Dynamic HTML)
absolute positioning: 2.6.2. Page Branching (Dynamic HTML)
4.1.2. Absolute Versus Relative Positioning (Dynamic HTML)
5.11. Combining Forces: A Custom Newsletter (Dynamic HTML)
elements: 18.2.1. The Key to DHTML: The position Attribute (JavaScript)
absolute URLs: 1.2. Uniform Resource Locators (URLs) (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
absolute value: 2.9.1. Absolute Value (Web Database Applications)
absolute value (position attribute): 4.1.1. Setting the position Attribute (Dynamic HTML)
abstract objects: 1.6.1. DOM Level 0 (Dynamic HTML)
2.4. Netscape 6 (Mozilla) DHTML (Dynamic HTML)
5.4.1. Precaching Images (Dynamic HTML)
abstraction layer for databases: 10.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
AbstractView object: 18.5.2. Computed Styles (JavaScript)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
AbstractView objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
abusive users, program checking for: 8.28. Program: Abusive User Checker (PHP Cookbook)
accelerator property
CSSStyleDeclaration objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
style objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
accented characters, converting to HTML entities: 4.5.1.1. Entity-quoting all special characters (Programming PHP)
accept( ) method, NodeFilter objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
accept attribute
form elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
input elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
accept attribute, <input>: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
accept( ) (CGI.pm): 14. The CGI.pm Module (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
accept-charset attribute, form elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
accept-charset attribute, <form>: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
Accept-Encoding header: 8.14.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
Accept header: 17.5. Media Types and Subtypes (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
Accept headers: 7.1. HTTP Basics (Programming PHP)
Accept-Language header: 16.10.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
accept property: 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript), input (type="file") objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
acceptcharset attribute, form elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
acceptCharset property, form objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
acceptNode( ): 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
AcceptPathInfo directive (Apache): 18. Apache Configuration (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
Access (Microsoft): 4.4.2. Open DataBase Connectivity (ODBC) (Web Database Applications)
access operators: 5.10.7. Array and Object Access Operators (JavaScript)
Access, PHP ODBC support for: 15.4.4. Working with Access (Programming PHP)
access time for files: 19.2.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
AccessConfig directive (Apache): 18. Apache Configuration (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
AccessFileName directive (Apache): 18. Apache Configuration (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
accessibility
cross-platform strategies: 2.6. Cross-Platform Strategies (Dynamic HTML)
dynamic content and: 5.11. Combining Forces: A Custom Newsletter (Dynamic HTML)
WAI: 1.7. Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) (Dynamic HTML)
accesskey attribute: 8.2.1. Attributes (Dynamic HTML)
input elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
label elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
legend elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
<a> tags: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<area> tag: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<button> tag: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<input> tags: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<label> tags: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<legend> tags: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<textarea> tags: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
select elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
accessKey property: 9.5.3. Event Handlers (Dynamic HTML)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
access_log variables: 8.25.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
accessor macros for zval fields: 14.6.4. Accessor Macros (Programming PHP)
accounts, activating/deactivating for web site: 8.27. Program: Website Account (De)activator (PHP Cookbook)
Achor object (JavaScript): 11.4. JavaScript API Reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
AC_MSG_CHECKING( ) macro: 14.4.2. External Dependencies (Programming PHP)
acos( ): 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
Math object: 12.5. Core Objects (Dynamic HTML)
$aCounter->increment( ): 2.11.1. Classes and Objects (Web Database Applications)
Acrobat Forms: 1.8. ECMAScript (Dynamic HTML)
acronym elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
acronym objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
action attribute
form elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
<form> tags: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
6.1. The <form> Tag (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<isindex> tag: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
action attribute, javascript: URL as value of: 12.2.4. JavaScript in URLs (JavaScript)
Action directive (Apache): 19.2. mod_actions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
action property: 15.1. The Form Object (JavaScript)
24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
form objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
actions (see events)
actions by user, responding to: 20.8.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
ActionScript (scripting language): 1.4. JavaScript in Other Contexts (JavaScript)
activate signal: 20.9.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
:active pseudo-class: 3.8.1.2. Using pseudo-classes (Dynamic HTML)
11.2.2. Pseudo-Classes (Dynamic HTML)
Active Server Pages (ASP), embedding PHP with ASP tags: 2.7.3. ASP Style (Programming PHP)
:active style pseudo-class: 9.2.3.4. Style pseudo-classes (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
activeElement property: 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript), document objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
active_symbol_table global variable: 14.10.2. Executor Globals (EG) (Programming PHP)
ActiveX
data binding: 2.3.8. Data Binding (Dynamic HTML)
IE for Windows as: 2.3.9. Additional Windows-Only Features (Dynamic HTML)
script access to document tree: 5.9.2. Embedding XML Data (Dynamic HTML)
ActiveX controls
Applet object and: 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
displaying embedded data in Internet Explorer: 14.10. Embedded Data (JavaScript)
Java objects, treating as: 22. Using Java with JavaScript (JavaScript)
security problems with: 21.1. JavaScript and Security (JavaScript)
ActiveXObject objects: 12.5. Core Objects (Dynamic HTML)
add( ): 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
GtkVBox class: 20.7.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
GtkWindow class: 20.6.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
options objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
select objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
add-by-value operator (+=): 12.6. Operators (Dynamic HTML)
add( ) (Select object): 11.4. JavaScript API Reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
AddAlt directive (Apache): 19.7. mod_autoindex (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
AddAltByEncoding directive (Apache): 19.7. mod_autoindex (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
AddAltByType directive (Apache): 19.7. mod_autoindex (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
addAttachment( ) (Mail_mime): 17.3.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
addBehavior( ) method: 9.5.3. Event Handlers (Dynamic HTML)
addBinding( ) method, document objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
addCase( ): 2.11.2. Inheritance (Web Database Applications)
addcslashes( ): 13.2.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
4.5.4. C-String Encoding (Programming PHP)
A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
AddDefaultCharSet directive (Apache): 18. Apache Configuration (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
AddDescription directive (Apache): 19.7. mod_autoindex (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
AddEncoding directive (Apache): 19.24. mod_mime (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
addEventListener( ): 6.3.5. W3C Event Listeners (Netscape 6 and Later) (Dynamic HTML)
6.5.2. W3C Event Capture (Dynamic HTML)
19.2.2. Event Handler Registration (JavaScript)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
mixing original event model and DOM Level 2: 19.2.8. Mixing Event Models (JavaScript)
passing function references directly to: 19.2.4. Registering Objects as Event Handlers (JavaScript)
this (keyword) and: 19.2.3. addEventListener( ) and the this Keyword (JavaScript)
6.3.5. W3C Event Listeners (Netscape 6 and Later) (Dynamic HTML)
9.5.3. Event Handlers (Dynamic HTML)
window objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
addEventListener( ) (Node object): 11.4. JavaScript API Reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
AddHandler directive (Apache): 19.24. mod_mime (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
addHeader( ) (HTTP_Request): 11.4.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
11.5.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
AddIcon directive (Apache): 19.7. mod_autoindex (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
AddIconByEncoding directive (Apache): 19.7. mod_autoindex (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
AddIconByType directive (Apache): 19.7. mod_autoindex (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
addImport( ) method, styleSheet objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
adding to a date: 3.11.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
addition
++ (increment) operator: 5.3. Arithmetic Operators (JavaScript)
+ (plus) operator: 5.3. Arithmetic Operators (JavaScript)
addition (+) operator: 2.4.5. Arithmetic Operators (Programming PHP)
addition and assignment (+=) operator: 5.9.1. Assignment with Operation (JavaScript)
2.4.12.2. Assignment with operation (Programming PHP)
addition operator (+): 12.6. Operators (Dynamic HTML)
AddLanguage directive (Apache): 19.24. mod_mime (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
AddModuleInfo directive (Apache): 19.20. mod_info (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
addObjectMap( ) (SOAP_Server): 12.10.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
addRange( ) method, selection objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
addReadRequest( ) method, userProfile objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
address elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
address objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
address repository (LDAP): 17.8.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
addresses
IP, looking up with DNS: 17.10.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
looking up with LDAP: 17.8.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
addRule( ) method, styleSheet objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
addslashes( ): 5.8.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
4.5.3. SQL (Programming PHP)
7.4.3. Automatic Quoting of Parameters (Programming PHP)
A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
AddType directive (Apache): 19.24. mod_mime (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
AddType directive, debugging and: 2.12.4. Other Common Problems (Web Database Applications)
adjacent nodes: 5.7.1.2. W3C DOM text (Dynamic HTML)
adjacent sibling selectors: 3.8.5. Adjacent Sibling Selectors (Dynamic HTML)
administration, email address of: 18. Apache Configuration (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
administrative files, managing with YP/NIS extension: B.1. Optional Extensions Listing (Programming PHP)
administrators (database), backend page for: 8.5.3. Administrator's Page (Programming PHP)
Adobe Systems: 1.8. ECMAScript (Dynamic HTML)
ADOdb (database abstraction layer): 10.4.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
advisory file locking: 18.25.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
affectedRows( ) (DB): 10.9.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
affectedRows( ) method: 8.4.4. Details About a Query Response (Programming PHP)
AFM (Adobe Font Metric): 10.3.5. Embedding Fonts (Programming PHP)
:after element: 3.8.1.1. Using pseudo-elements (Dynamic HTML)
11.2.1. Pseudo-Elements (Dynamic HTML)
AfterBegin value, insertAdjacentText( ): 5.7.1.1. IE text (Dynamic HTML)
AfterEnd value, insertAdjacentText( ): 5.7.1.1. IE text (Dynamic HTML)
5.7.1.1. IE text (Dynamic HTML)
aggregation: 3.6.3.2. GROUP BY (Web Database Applications)
alert( ): 1.5. Client-Side JavaScript: Executable Content in Web Pages (JavaScript)
24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
7.3.1. Validating <form> Data with JavaScript (Web Database Applications)
debugging messages, displaying: 1.10. Exploring JavaScript (JavaScript)
window objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
6.17. try/catch/finally (JavaScript)
13.1. Window Overview (JavaScript)
13.2. Simple Dialog Boxes (JavaScript)
displaying HTML output with: 1.10. Exploring JavaScript (JavaScript)
alert( ) (Window object): 11.3.2.1. Simple dialog boxes (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
11.4. JavaScript API Reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
Alias directive (Apache): 19.3. mod_alias (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
aliases: 19.3. mod_alias (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
_( ) for gettext( ): 16.11.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
for common locales: 16.3.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
server: 18. Apache Configuration (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
19.38. mod_vhost_alias (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
virtual CGI program directory: 19.3. mod_alias (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
aliases for EGPCS variables: 7.2. Variables (Programming PHP)
AliasMatch directive (Apache): 19.3. mod_alias (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
align attribute
applet elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
caption elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
col elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
colgroup elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
div elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
embed elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
fieldset elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
h1, h2, h3, h4, h5, h6 elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
hr elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
iframe elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
img elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
input elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
legend elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
<applet> tags: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<caption> tags: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
5.2. The <caption> Tag (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<colgroup> tag: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<col> tag: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<div> tags: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<embed> tags: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<hn> tags: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<hr> tag: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<iframe> tags: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<img> tag: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<input> tag: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<legend> tags: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<marquee> tags: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<object> tags: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<p> tag: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<spacer> tag: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<table> tags: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
5.1. The <table> Tag (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<tbody> tags: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<td> tags: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
5.4. The <th> and <td> Tags (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<tfoot> tag: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<thead> tag: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<th> tags: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
5.4. The <th> and <td> Tags (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<tr> tags: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
5.3. The <tr> Tag (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
object elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
p elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
select elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
spacer elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
align property: 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
applet objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
caption objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
col objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
colgroup objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
div objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
embed objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
fieldset objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
h1, h2, h3, h4, h5, h6 objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
hr objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
iframe objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
img objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
legend objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
object objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
p objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
table objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
tbody objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
td objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
tfoot objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
th objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
thead objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
tr objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
alignment: 1.5.1. CSS Rationale (Dynamic HTML)
1.5.1. CSS Rationale (Dynamic HTML)
applets: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
centering objects: 4.5.1. Centering an Object (Dynamic HTML)
constants for: 8.1.5. Alignment Constants (Dynamic HTML)
CSS properties for: 9.4. CSS Reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
heads: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
left margin: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
table captions: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
5.2. The <caption> Tag (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
table cell contents: 5.1. The <table> Tag (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
tables: 5.1. The <table> Tag (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
5.1. The <table> Tag (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
text: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
9.4. CSS Reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
alignment, PDF text within box: 10.3.2. Text Functions (Programming PHP)
alink attribute, body elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
alink attribute, <body>: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
aLink property: 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript), body objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
alinkColor property: 14.1.2. Document Properties (JavaScript)
14.3. Document Color Properties (JavaScript)
24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
document objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
:all method group (CGI.pm module): 14.2. Importing Method Groups (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
all objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
all property: 9.5.3. Event Handlers (Dynamic HTML)
allocating color (see color)
allow from env directive (Apache): 19.1. mod_access (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
allow from hostname directive (Apache): 19.1. mod_access (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
allow from/deny from directives (Apache): 20.4.6. Do Not Restrict by Domain (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
allow_call_time_pass_reference configuration directive: 6.4.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
allowed( ) (Perl): 15.8. The Perl API (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
allow_options( ) (Perl): 15.8. The Perl API (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
AllowOverride directive (Apache): 18. Apache Configuration (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
allowtransparency attribute, frame elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
allowTransparency property
frame objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
iframe objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
allow_url_fopen configuration directive: 11.2.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
alpha channel: 9.3. Basic Graphics Concepts (Programming PHP)
enabling/disabling alpha blending: 9.8.1. Using the Alpha Channel (Programming PHP)
ImageColorResolveAlpha( ) function: 9.8.3. True Color Color Indexes (Programming PHP)
in GD: 9.8. Color Handling (Programming PHP)
PNG images in PDF files: 10.4.1. Images (Programming PHP)
alphabetical order: 5.6. String Operators (JavaScript), sorting arrays in: 9.2.3. sort( ) (JavaScript)
alt attribute
applet elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
area elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
embed elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
img elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
input elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
<applet> tags: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<area> tag: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<img> tag: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<input> tag: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
alt property: 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
applet objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
area objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
img objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
input (type="image") objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
object objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
ALTER TABLE statement: 3.4.3. Altering Tables and Indexes (Web Database Applications)
alternation in regular expression pattern matching: 13.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
alternation in regular expressions: 10.1.4. Alternation, Grouping, and References (JavaScript)
alternative icon text: 19.7. mod_autoindex (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
alternative patterns: 2.7.1.6. Alternative patterns (Web Database Applications)
alternatives in regular expressions: 4.8.3. Alternatives (Programming PHP)
altHTML property, applet objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
altKey property: 6.6. Understanding Keyboard Event Data (Dynamic HTML)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
event objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
IE Event: 19.3.1. The IE Event Object (JavaScript)
24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
MouseEvent object: 19.2.6.3. MouseEvent (JavaScript)
altLeft property, event objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
& (ampersand), in URLs: 12.1.1. Transferring the Form Data (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
ampersand (&), in URLs: 12.1.1. Transferring the Form Data (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
analog (web site statistics program): 11.14.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
analysis.cgi, finding bottlenecks with: 20.5. Using Analysis.cgi to Find A Bottleneck (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
ancestors of nodes: 17.1.1. Representing Documents as Trees (JavaScript)
anchor( ), String objects: 12.5. Core Objects (Dynamic HTML)
Anchor object: 13.8.5. Scrolling (JavaScript)
14.8. Anchors (JavaScript)
14.8. Anchors (JavaScript)
24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
anchorNode property, selection objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
anchorOffset property, selection objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
anchors: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
2.7.1.3. Anchors (Web Database Applications)
2.1. HTML Document Structure (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
anchors property: 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
for regular expression pattern matching: 13.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
in Perl-style regular expressions: 4.10.4. Anchors (Programming PHP)
in POSIX regular expressions: 4.9.2. Anchors (Programming PHP)
regular expression: 10.1.5. Specifying Match Position (JavaScript), summary of: 10.1.5. Specifying Match Position (JavaScript)
tags: 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
anchors objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
anchors[] property
Anchor object: 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
Document object: 13.8.5. Scrolling (JavaScript)
14.1.2. Document Properties (JavaScript)
14.8. Anchors (JavaScript)
24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
and (&) operator: 5.8. Bitwise Operators (JavaScript)
AND (&&) operator: 5.7.1. Logical AND (&&) (JavaScript)
12.6. Operators (Dynamic HTML)
AND operator
& (bitwise AND): 2.4.9. Bitwise Operators (Programming PHP)
&= (bitwise AND assignment) operator: 2.4.12.2. Assignment with operation (Programming PHP)
angle, text rotation: 15.5.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
15.6.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
animateCSS( ): 18.3.4. DHTML Animations (JavaScript)
animation: 4.5.2. Flying Objects (Dynamic HTML)
animations: 1.6.6. Still More Features (JavaScript)
DHTML: 18.3.4. DHTML Animations (JavaScript)
color-changing: 18.3.4. DHTML Animations (JavaScript)
cross-browser animation script: 18.4.3. Example: A Cross-Platform DHTML Animation (JavaScript)
moving Button object in circle: 18.3.4. DHTML Animations (JavaScript)
frame color: 13.11.4. Example: Colored Frames (JavaScript)
image replacement: 14.6.2. Offscreen Images and Caching (JavaScript)
automatically starting with onload event handler: 14.6.3. Image Event Handlers (JavaScript)
implementing ToggleButton with: 14.6.5. Image-Replacement Example (JavaScript)
status bar: 13.4. Timeouts and Intervals (JavaScript)
annotations, PDF files: 10.6.1. Note Annotations (Programming PHP)
anonymous arrays: 4.3.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
anonymous binds (LDAP): 17.8.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
Anonymous directive (Apache): 19.5. mod_auth_anon (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
anonymous FTP: 17.7.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
anonymous functions: 7.1.2. The Function( ) Constructor (JavaScript)
7.1.2. The Function( ) Constructor (JavaScript)
3.7. Anonymous Functions (Programming PHP)
Anonymous_Authoritative directive (Apache): 19.5. mod_auth_anon (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
Anonymous_LogEmail directive (Apache): 19.5. mod_auth_anon (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
Anonymous_MustGiveEmail directive (Apache): 19.5. mod_auth_anon (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
Anonymous_NoUserID directive (Apache): 19.5. mod_auth_anon (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
Anonymous_VerifyEmail directive (Apache): 19.5. mod_auth_anon (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
ANSI-compliant C compiler: 1.3. Installing PHP (Programming PHP)
antialiasing
in GD palette entries: 9.8. Color Handling (Programming PHP)
in images: 9.3. Basic Graphics Concepts (Programming PHP)
TrueType fonts: 9.6. Dynamically Generated Buttons (Programming PHP)
turning off: 9.5.2. TrueType Fonts (Programming PHP)
antialiasing, PS font text graphics: 15.5.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
Apache
benchmarking utility: 13.5.1. Benchmarking (Programming PHP)
library (PHP extension): B.1. Optional Extensions Listing (Programming PHP)
Apache, configuring processes: 20.4.11. Some Notes on Sizing Apache (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
Apache modules: 15.7. Apache:: Modules (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
19. Apache Modules (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
Apache::DumpHeaders module: 15.3. mod_perl Handlers (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
Apache::Include module: 15.5. Server Side Includes with mod_perl (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
loading: 18.1.1. Loading Modules (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
running PHP as: 16.1. Installation and Configuration (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
Apache server: 1.3. The Middle Tier (Web Database Applications)
1.3.1.1. The Apache HTTP server, Version 1.3 (Web Database Applications)
1.5. Web Servers (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
18.1. Understanding Apache (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
access control: 18.1.4. Access Control (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
authentication: 18.1.5. Password and Group Files (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
configuring: 18.1.2. Server Configuration (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
configuring for SSI: 13.1. Configuring the Apache Server for SSI (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
core directives: 18.2. Basic Server Configuration: Core Directives (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
handling requests: 18.1.3. Handling Requests (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
installing: A.1.3. Installing Apache (Web Database Applications), to use SSL: A.3. Installing Apache to Use SSL (Web Database Applications)
mod_perl with: 15.6. <Perl> Sections (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
using for HTTP authentication: 9.1.2. Using Apache to Authenticate (Web Database Applications)
XSSI conditional statements: 13.5. Conditional Statements (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
Apache Software Foundation: 1.3. The Middle Tier (Web Database Applications)
Apache web servers: 1.3. Installing PHP (Programming PHP)
browscap file: 8.8.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
communicating within: 8.25.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
configuring: 1.3. Installing PHP (Programming PHP)
for cached buttons: 9.6.2. A Faster Cache (Programming PHP)
PHP for: 15.1.2.4. Manually configuring Apache (Programming PHP)
to place session files in your directory: 12.4.2. Session Files (Programming PHP)
download site: 15.1.2.2. Using the PHP installer to automatically configure PHP (Programming PHP)
downloading source distribution: 1.3. Installing PHP (Programming PHP)
httpd.conf file, setting environment variables: 8.22.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
passwords stored in environment variables, protecting: 14.2.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
PHP functions for: 15.2.5. Server-Specific Functions (Programming PHP)
for Windows: 15.1.2. Configuring PHP with a Web Server (Programming PHP)
apache_note( ): 8.25.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
API (application programming interface)
branching code and: 4.4. Cross-Platform Position Scripting (Dynamic HTML)
browser accommodations: 2.6.6. Custom APIs (Dynamic HTML)
2.6.6. Custom APIs (Dynamic HTML)
dragging example: 6.7. Dragging Elements (Dynamic HTML)
positionable elements: 4.4.3. Custom APIs (Dynamic HTML)
apostrophe ('), in single-quoted strings: 3.2.1. String Literals (JavaScript)
appCodeName property: 13.6. The Navigator Object (JavaScript)
24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
navigator object: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
appCore property, window objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
append( )
GtkMenu class: 20.9.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
GtkMenuBar class: 20.9.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
append( ) (CGI.pm): 14. The CGI.pm Module (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
append_child( ): 12.3.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
5.7.1.2. W3C DOM text (Dynamic HTML)
9.5.3. Event Handlers (Dynamic HTML)
17.1.2. Nodes (JavaScript)
17.2.5. Working with Document Fragments (JavaScript)
11.4. JavaScript API Reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
appendData( ): 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
Comment objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
Text objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
17.2.3. Modifying a Document (JavaScript)
11.4. JavaScript API Reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
appending one array to another: 4.8.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
appending text (within Text node): 17.2.3. Modifying a Document (JavaScript)
appendMedium( ): 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
appendMedium( ) method, MediaList objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
appendNode( ) method: 5.11. Combining Forces: A Custom Newsletter (Dynamic HTML)
applet elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
Applet object: 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript), name attribute and: 14.1.4. Naming Document Objects (JavaScript)
Applet object (JavaScript): 11.4. JavaScript API Reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
applet objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
applets: 14.9. Applets (JavaScript)
JavaScript interaction with: 1.6.6. Still More Features (JavaScript)
mayscript attribute: 22.2.2.2. The mayscript attribute (JavaScript)
JSObjects, using in: 22.2.2. Using JSObjects in Applets (JavaScript)
24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
scripting: 22.1. Scripting Java Applets (JavaScript)
applets objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
applets property, document objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
application logic in middle tier: 0.2. What You Need to Know (Web Database Applications)
developing with PHP: 2.1. Introducing PHP (Web Database Applications)
4.1. Connecting to a MySQL Database (Web Database Applications)
for order receipts: 13.2.1.1. The application logic (Web Database Applications)
shipping.3 script and: 13.2.1. Templates in the Shipping Module (Web Database Applications)
stored procedures and: 3.10.4. Limitations of MySQL (Web Database Applications)
application/media types, application/x-www-form-urlencoded: 6.1. The <form> Tag (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
applications
code libraries: 13.1. Code Libraries (Programming PHP)
database (example): 8.5. Sample Application (Programming PHP)
adding a business: 8.5.4. Adding a Business (Programming PHP)
administrator's page: 8.5.3. Administrator's Page (Programming PHP)
database connection: 8.5.2. Database Connection (Programming PHP)
database information, displaying: 8.5.5. Displaying the Database (Programming PHP)
database tables: 8.5.1. Database Tables (Programming PHP)
error handling: 13.4. Error Handling (Programming PHP)
defining error handlers: 13.4.4. Defining Error Handlers (Programming PHP)
reporting errors: 13.4.1. Error Reporting (Programming PHP)
suppressing errors: 13.4.2. Error Suppression (Programming PHP)
triggering errors: 13.4.3. Triggering Errors (Programming PHP)
output, handling: 13.3. Handling Output (Programming PHP)
buffering output: 13.3.1. Output Buffering (Programming PHP)
changing references in document: 13.3.1. Output Buffering (Programming PHP)
compressing output: 13.3.2. Compressing Output (Programming PHP)
performance tuning: 13.5. Performance Tuning (Programming PHP)
benchmarking: 13.5.1. Benchmarking (Programming PHP)
optimizing execution time: 13.5.3. Optimizing Execution Time (Programming PHP)
optimizing memory requirements: 13.5.4. Optimizing Memory Requirements (Programming PHP)
profiling: 13.5.2. Profiling (Programming PHP)
reverse proxies and replication: 13.5.5. Reverse Proxies and Replication (Programming PHP)
templating systems: 13.2. Templating Systems (Programming PHP)
WDDX standard for sharing information: B.1. Optional Extensions Listing (Programming PHP)
applications interface: 1.4.1. Database Management Systems (Web Database Applications)
applications-layer protocols: 1.1.1. Hypertext Transfer Protocol (Web Database Applications)
apply( ): 8.7.2. The toString( ) Method (JavaScript)
Function object: 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
function objects: 12.5. Core Objects (Dynamic HTML)
11.4. JavaScript API Reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
7.5.4. The apply( ) and call( ) Methods (JavaScript)
applyElement( ) method: 9.5.3. Event Handlers (Dynamic HTML)
appMinorVersion property, navigator object: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
appName property: 13.6. The Navigator Object (JavaScript)
13.6. The Navigator Object (JavaScript)
24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
navigator object: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
appVersion property: 13.6. The Navigator Object (JavaScript)
24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
navigator object: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
archive attribute
applet elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
<applet> tags: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<object> tags: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
object elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
archive property
applet objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
object objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
arcs, drawing: 15.3.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
9.4.5. Basic Drawing Functions (Programming PHP)
10.4.2. Graphics (Programming PHP)
area( ): 8.3. Methods (JavaScript)
area elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
area objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
areas objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
areas property, map objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
args( ) (Perl): 15.8. The Perl API (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
argument list (variable), processing: 14.7.3. An Example with Variable Argument List (Programming PHP)
argument separator, changing from & (ampersand) to ; (semicolon): 8.9.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
argument types: 2.10.1. Argument Types and Return Types (Web Database Applications)
arguments: 2.10.3.1. Passing arguments by reference (Web Database Applications)
arguments, function: 7.1. Defining and Invoking Functions (JavaScript)
23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
verifying number of: 7.4. Function Arguments: The Arguments Object (JavaScript)
Arguments object: 7.4. Function Arguments: The Arguments Object (JavaScript)
23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
callee property: 7.4.1. The callee Property (JavaScript)
length property: 7.4. Function Arguments: The Arguments Object (JavaScript)
Arguments object (JavaScript): 11.4. JavaScript API Reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
arguments objects: 12.5. Core Objects (Dynamic HTML)
arguments[] property: 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
Arguments object: 7.4. Function Arguments: The Arguments Object (JavaScript)
Function object: 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
arithmetic
adding to/subtracting from a date: 3.11.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
BCMath library: 2.14.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
arithmetic operators: 1.6.6. Still More Features (JavaScript)
3.1.4. Working with Numbers (JavaScript)
5.3. Arithmetic Operators (JavaScript)
2.4.5. Arithmetic Operators (Programming PHP)
3.9.1. Arithmetic and comparison operators (Web Database Applications)
implicit casting, rules for: 2.4.4. Implicit Casting (Programming PHP)
arity property, function objects: 12.5. Core Objects (Dynamic HTML)
array( ): 4.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
2.2.5. Arrays (Programming PHP)
5.3. Storing Data in Arrays (Programming PHP)
A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
2.5.1. Creating Arrays (Web Database Applications)
casting operator: 2.4.11. Casting Operators (Programming PHP)
constructing arrays from individual values: 5.4.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
different index, using the => syntax: 4.2.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
mixing and matching numeric and string keys in: 4.2.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
Array( ) constructor function: 3.6.1. Creating Arrays (JavaScript), invoking: 9.1.1. Creating Arrays (JavaScript)
array elements (JavaScript objects), setting from Java: 22.2.1. The JSObject Class (JavaScript)
array functions: 2.5.4. Basic Array Functions (Web Database Applications)
array literals: 2.6. Literals (JavaScript)
3.6.2. Array Literals (JavaScript)
array mssql_fetch_row( ): 4.4.1. Microsoft SQL Server (Web Database Applications)
array mysql_fetch_array( ): 4.1.3.1. Frequently used functions (Web Database Applications)
array mysql_fetch_row( ): 4.1.2. Essential Functions for Accessing MySQL with PHP (Web Database Applications)
Array object: 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript), constructor for: 3.6.1. Creating Arrays (JavaScript)
Array object (JavaScript): 11.4. JavaScript API Reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
Array objects: 12.5. Core Objects (Dynamic HTML)
array pg_fetch_row( ): 4.4.4. PostgreSQL (Web Database Applications)
array pointers: 2.5.3. Using Array Pointers (Web Database Applications)
array_chunk( ): 5.5.2. Splitting an Array into Chunks (Programming PHP)
array_count_values( ): A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
array_diff( ): 4.24.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
7.11.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
5.9.3. Calculating the Difference Between Two Arrays (Programming PHP)
5.10.1. Sets (Programming PHP)
A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
combining with array_map( ): 4.24.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
array_filter( ): 4.14.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
4.14.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
5.9.4. Filtering Elements from an Array (Programming PHP)
A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
array_flip( ): 4.12.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
array_intersect( ): 5.10.1. Sets (Programming PHP)
A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
array_intersection( ): 4.24.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
array_key_exists( ): 5.5.4. Checking Whether an Element Exists (Programming PHP)
array_keys( ): 4.23.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
7.11.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
5.5.3. Keys and Values (Programming PHP)
A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
array_map( ): 4.5.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
2.5.5.4. Sorting with user-defined element comparison (Web Database Applications)
combining with array_diff( ): 4.24.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
array_merge( ): 4.8.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
4.24.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
4.25.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
5.9.2. Merging Two Arrays (Programming PHP)
A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
calculating union of two sets: 5.10.1. Sets (Programming PHP)
array_merge_recursive( ): A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
array_multisort( ): 4.19.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
5.8.3. Sorting Multiple Arrays at Once (Programming PHP)
A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
array_pad( ): 4.7.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
5.3.4. Padding an Array (Programming PHP)
A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
array_pop( ): 4.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
4.6.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
grabbing end element in array merging: 4.10.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
array_pop( ) function: 5.10.2. Stacks (Programming PHP)
array_push( ): 4.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
4.25.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
5.10.2. Stacks (Programming PHP)
A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
merging arrays and: 4.8.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
array_rand( ): A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
array_reduce( ): 5.7.5. Reducing an Array (Programming PHP)
A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
array_reverse( ): 4.16.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
18.10.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
5.8.4. Reversing Arrays (Programming PHP)
A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
2.5.4.4. Reordering elements in arrays with array_reverse( ) (Web Database Applications)
arrays: 3. Data Types and Values (JavaScript)
3.6. Arrays (JavaScript)
3.6. Arrays (JavaScript)
9. Arrays (JavaScript)
4.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
2.2.5. Arrays (Programming PHP)
5. Arrays (Programming PHP)
2.5. Arrays (Web Database Applications)
{ }, resolving ambiguity with: 5.5.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
accessing elements of: 5.10.7. Array and Object Access Operators (JavaScript)
appending one to another: 4.8.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
arguments[]: 7.4. Function Arguments: The Arguments Object (JavaScript)
of arrays: 3.6. Arrays (JavaScript)
9.1.5. Multidimensional Arrays (JavaScript)
4.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
4.25.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
associative: 3.5. Objects (JavaScript)
8.6. Objects as Associative Arrays (JavaScript)
4.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
4.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
(see also associative arrays)
casting to/from objects: 2.4.11. Casting Operators (Programming PHP)
changing size of: 4.7.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook), padding: 4.7.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
checking for certain element: 4.12.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
checking for certain key: 4.11.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
checking whether element exists: 5.5.4. Checking Whether an Element Exists (Programming PHP)
class variables stored in: 7.9.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
color index for images: 9.8.2. Identifying Colors (Programming PHP)
commas separating elements, printing with: 4.10.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
comparing by reference: 5.4.1. Equality (==) and Identity (===) (JavaScript)
converting to numbers: 11.1.1. Object-to-Primitive Conversion (JavaScript)
converting to strings: 4.9.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
converting to/from variables: 5.6. Converting Between Arrays and Variables (Programming PHP)
$_COOKIE: 8.3.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
creating: 3.6.1. Creating Arrays (JavaScript)
5.10.3. The Object Creation Operator (new) (JavaScript)
2.5.1. Creating Arrays (Web Database Applications)
custom newsletter example: 5.11. Combining Forces: A Custom Newsletter (Dynamic HTML)
data types for elements: 4.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
defining with string keys: 4.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
deleting elements from: 4.6.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
displaying with print_r( ): 4.2.4. print_r( ) and var_dump( ) (Programming PHP)
document.styleSheets array: 5.6.3. Other Techniques (Dynamic HTML)
DOM objects behaving as: 17.1.6. Language-Independent DOM Interfaces (JavaScript)
elements of: 9.1. Arrays and Array Elements (JavaScript)
adding new: 9.1.3. Adding New Elements to an Array (JavaScript)
creating arrays: 9.1.1. Creating Arrays (JavaScript)
length, specifying: 9.1.4. Array Length (JavaScript)
23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
reading and writing: 9.1.2. Reading and Writing Array Elements (JavaScript)
encoding form data as: 9.4.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
$_ENV: 8.21.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
extension functions returning: 14.8.2. Arrays (Programming PHP)
extracting multiple values from: 5.5. Extracting Multiple Values (Programming PHP)
fetch modes for database queries: 10.5.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
10.6.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
10.15.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
file information returned by stat( ): 19.3.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook), iterating through: 19.3.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
of files, returned by pc_process_dir( ): 19.10.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
finding all element combinations of: 4.25.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
finding all permutations of: 4.26.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
finding elements meeting certain requirements: 4.14.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
finding largest or smallest valued element in: 4.15.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
finding position of an element: 4.13.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
finding union, intersection, or difference between: 4.24.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
form errors, storing in: 9.5.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
form values: 1.4.2. Forms (Programming PHP)
functions, assigning to elements: 7.2. Functions as Data (JavaScript)
functions for: A.1. PHP Functions by Category (Programming PHP)
global variables, EGPCS: 7.2. Variables (Programming PHP)
$GLOBALS: 2.3.3.2. Global scope (Programming PHP)
identifying elements of: 5.2. Identifying Elements of an Array (Programming PHP)
image states and: 5.4.1. Precaching Images (Dynamic HTML)
implementing sets with: 5.10.1. Sets (Programming PHP)
implementing stacks with: 5.10.2. Stacks (Programming PHP)
index not starting at (zero): 4.2.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
indexed vs. associative: 5.1. Indexed Versus Associative Arrays (Programming PHP)
indexing (regular vs. associative): 3.6. Arrays (JavaScript)
initializing to range of integers: 4.4.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
interpolating elements into strings: 1.8.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
iterating over elements with foreach loop: 2.5.5. foreach (Programming PHP)
iterating through: 4.5.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
with each( ): 6.9.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
in reverse: 18.10.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
Java, converting to JavaScript: 22.5. LiveConnect Data Conversion (JavaScript)
JavaArray class: 22.4.4. The JavaArray Class (JavaScript)
24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
JavaScript: 11.2.8.5. Arrays (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
keys and values, returning: 5.5.3. Keys and Values (Programming PHP)
looping through elements: 6.9. for/in (JavaScript)
looping through with foreach: 4.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
maximum/minimum values and: 2.5.4.3. Finding values in arrays with in_array( ) and array_search( ) (Web Database Applications)
methods: 9.2. Array Methods (JavaScript)
concat( ): 9.2.4. concat( ) (JavaScript)
23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
join( ): 9.2.1. join( ) (JavaScript)
23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
pop( ): 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
push( ): 11.6. Netscape's JavaScript 1.2 Incompatibilities (JavaScript)
23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
reverse( ): 9.2.2. reverse( ) (JavaScript)
23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
shift( ): 9.2.8. unshift( ) and shift( ) (JavaScript)
23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
slice( ): 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
sort( ): 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
splice( ): 9.2.6. splice( ) (JavaScript)
11.6. Netscape's JavaScript 1.2 Incompatibilities (JavaScript)
23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
toLocaleString( ): 8.7.3. The toLocaleString( ) Method (JavaScript)
23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
toString( ): 9.2.9. toString( ) and toLocaleString( ) (JavaScript)
11.6. Netscape's JavaScript 1.2 Incompatibilities (JavaScript)
23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
unshift( ): 9.2.8. unshift( ) and shift( ) (JavaScript)
23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
modifying or applying operation to all elements: 5.9. Acting on Entire Arrays (Programming PHP)
multidimensional: 5.4. Multidimensional Arrays (Programming PHP)
multiple return values for functions: 6.8.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
numeric: 4.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
4.24.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
removing duplicate elements: 4.23.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
of objects: 4.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
objects vs.: 9. Arrays (JavaScript)
operators for: 5.10.7. Array and Object Access Operators (JavaScript)
passing by reference to functions: 11.2.1. Primitive Types and Reference Types (JavaScript)
passing to functions with variable arguments: 6.6.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
PHP: 16.5.5. Arrays (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
printing HTML table with horizontal columns: 4.27. Program: Printing an Array in a Horizontally Columned HTML Table (PHP Cookbook)
processing and merging multiple with functions: 4.5.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
randomizing order of elements: 4.21.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
reading configuration file into: 18.14.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
reading file into: 18.9.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
reading file into and removing last element: 18.16.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
reading file into and then reversing: 18.10.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
reading file into and then shuffling lines: 18.12.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
as reference types: 11.2.1. Primitive Types and Reference Types (JavaScript)
removing and inserting elements: 5.5.5. Removing and Inserting Elements in an Array (Programming PHP)
removing duplicate elements from: 4.23.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
resetting internal pointer to first element: A.3d. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (r-z) (Programming PHP)
returned by localtime( ): 3.2.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
reversing order of elements: 4.16.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
$_SESSION: 8.6.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
slicing: 5.5.1. Slicing an Array (Programming PHP)
sorting: 4.17.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
2.2.5. Arrays (Programming PHP)
5.8. Sorting (Programming PHP)
2.5.5. Sorting Arrays (Web Database Applications)
with anonymous functions: 3.7. Anonymous Functions (Programming PHP)
in ascending order: A.3d. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (r-z) (Programming PHP)
by a computable field: 4.18.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
in natural order: 5.8.2. Natural-Order Sorting (Programming PHP)
in random order: 5.8.5. Randomizing Order (Programming PHP)
A.3d. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (r-z) (Programming PHP)
in user-defined ordere: 5.8.1. Sorting One Array at a Time (Programming PHP)
method, using instead of function: 4.20.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
multiple: 4.19.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
multiple arrays at once: 5.8.3. Sorting Multiple Arrays at Once (Programming PHP)
PHP functions for: 5.8.1. Sorting One Array at a Time (Programming PHP)
reversing element order: 5.8.4. Reversing Arrays (Programming PHP)
shuffling deck of cards: 4.22.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
with user defined-function: A.3d. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (r-z) (Programming PHP)
with user-defined functions, by keys: A.3d. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (r-z) (Programming PHP)
splitting a string into: 2.7.2.3. Splitting a string into an array (Web Database Applications)
splitting into chunks: 5.5.2. Splitting an Array into Chunks (Programming PHP)
storing colors: 5.6.1. The style Property (Dynamic HTML)
storing data in: 5.3. Storing Data in Arrays (Programming PHP)
adding values to end of array: 5.3.1. Adding Values to the End of an Array (Programming PHP)
assigning range of values: 5.3.2. Assigning a Range of Values (Programming PHP)
getting array size: 5.3.3. Getting the Size of an Array (Programming PHP)
padding: 5.3.4. Padding an Array (Programming PHP)
storing multiple elements per key: 4.3.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
string regular expression matching: 10.2. String Methods for Pattern Matching (JavaScript)
string representation of: 5.8.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
superglobal: 9.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook), $_FILES: 9.7.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
swapping the keys and values of: 4.12.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
symbol tables: 2.3.4. Garbage Collection (Programming PHP)
table data source: 5.8. Dynamic Tables (Dynamic HTML)
testing for with is_array( ): 4.5.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
traversing: 5.7. Traversing Arrays (Programming PHP)
calling function for each element: 5.7.4. Calling a Function for Each Array Element (Programming PHP)
iterator functions: 5.7.2. The Iterator Functions (Programming PHP)
reducing an array: 5.7.5. Reducing an Array (Programming PHP)
searching for values: 5.7.6. Searching for Values (Programming PHP)
with for loop: 5.7.3. Using a for Loop (Programming PHP)
treating variables as: 9.11.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
variables, coercing into array form: 4.5.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
weight property: 5.11. Combining Forces: A Custom Newsletter (Dynamic HTML)
array_search( ): 4.13.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
5.7.6. Searching for Values (Programming PHP)
A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
2.5.4.3. Finding values in arrays with in_array( ) and array_search( ) (Web Database Applications)
array_shift( ): 4.6.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
5.10.2. Stacks (Programming PHP)
A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
array_slice( ): 5.5.1. Slicing an Array (Programming PHP)
A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
array_splice( ): 4.6.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
4.7.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
5.5.5. Removing and Inserting Elements in an Array (Programming PHP)
A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
array_sum( ): 5.9.1. Calculating the Sum of an Array (Programming PHP)
A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
array_unique( ): 4.23.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
4.23.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
4.24.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
array_unique( ) function: 5.10.1. Sets (Programming PHP)
array_unshift( ): 5.10.2. Stacks (Programming PHP)
A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
array_values( ): 4.6.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
4.23.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
5.5.3. Keys and Values (Programming PHP)
A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
array_walk( ): 6.13.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
2.5.5.4. Sorting with user-defined element comparison (Web Database Applications)
array_walk( ) function: 5.7.4. Calling a Function for Each Array Element (Programming PHP)
arsort( ): 4.15.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
4.17.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
5.8.1. Sorting One Array at a Time (Programming PHP)
5.8.1. Sorting One Array at a Time (Programming PHP)
A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
arsort( )/asort( ): 2.5.5.2. Sorting associative arrays (Web Database Applications)
ascending order, sorting arrays in: 5.8.1. Sorting One Array at a Time (Programming PHP)
ASCII
character values in ereg patterns or replacements: 13.2.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
characters, codes for: 16.12.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
converting HTML to: 11.11.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
converting to hexadecimal for preg functions: 13.2.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
converting to/from HTML: 11.10.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
FTP_ASCII parameter: 17.7.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
line-delimiter characters on Windows: 18.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
representation of an image: 9.8.4. Text Representation of an Image (Programming PHP)
US-ASCII character encoding: 11.3.6.1. Character encoding (Programming PHP)
UTF-8 encoding for printing high-bit characters: 9.5.2. TrueType Fonts (Programming PHP)
ASCII character encoding: 2.1. Character Set (JavaScript)
ASCII order
natural order in strings vs.: 4.6.1. Exact Comparisons (Programming PHP)
value of first character in string: A.2c. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (j-q) (Programming PHP)
values for characters in string searches: 4.7.4. String-Searching Functions (Programming PHP)
asin( ): 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
2.12.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
3.1. Calling a Function (Programming PHP)
A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
Math object: 12.5. Core Objects (Dynamic HTML)
asort( ): 4.15.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
4.17.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
5.8.1. Sorting One Array at a Time (Programming PHP)
A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
ASP (Active Server Pages), embedding PHP with ASP tags: 2.7.3. ASP Style (Programming PHP)
aspell PHP library: B.1. Optional Extensions Listing (Programming PHP)
asp_tags configuration directive: 8.24.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
asp_tags directive (PHP): 16.2. Embedding PHP in HTML (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
assert( ): A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
assertion (+), arithmetic operator: 2.4.5. Arithmetic Operators (Programming PHP)
assert_options( ): A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
assign( ): 13.2.1.2. The template (Web Database Applications)
assign( ) method, location objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
assignment
= and =& operators: 6.7.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
= operator: 5.2.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
=& operator: 6.7.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
7.6.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
function returns to variables: 6.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
initializing arrays with: 5.3. Storing Data in Arrays (Programming PHP)
assignment operator (=): 5.7.1.1. IE text (Dynamic HTML)
6.3.2. Event Handlers as Object Properties (Dynamic HTML)
12.6. Operators (Dynamic HTML)
assignment operator, vs. equality operator: 2.2.3. Conditional Expressions (Web Database Applications)
assignment operators: 5.9. Assignment Operators (JavaScript)
2.4.12. Assignment Operators (Programming PHP)
= (basic assignment) operator: 2.4.12.1. Assignment (Programming PHP)
assignment with operation: 2.4.12.2. Assignment with operation (Programming PHP)
lvalues and: 5.2.2. Type of Operands (JavaScript)
assignment statement: 6.3.2. Event Handlers as Object Properties (Dynamic HTML)
6.3.2. Event Handlers as Object Properties (Dynamic HTML)
assignment statements: 6.1. Expression Statements (JavaScript)
assignments: 2.1.5. Expressions, Operators, and Variable Assignment (Web Database Applications)
associative arrays: 3.5. Objects (JavaScript)
3.5. Objects (JavaScript)
8.6. Objects as Associative Arrays (JavaScript)
4.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
4.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
5.1. Indexed Versus Associative Arrays (Programming PHP)
5.3. Storing Data in Arrays (Programming PHP)
2.5. Arrays (Web Database Applications)
2.5.1.1. Associative arrays (Web Database Applications)
array_splice( ), using on: 5.5.5. Removing and Inserting Elements in an Array (Programming PHP)
calculating sum of values: 5.9.1. Calculating the Sum of an Array (Programming PHP)
checking for specific array element: 4.12.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
configuration variables in: 8.23.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
creating with compact( ): 5.6.2. Creating an Array from Variables (Programming PHP)
function parameter as: 6.5.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
functions, storing in: 7.2. Functions as Data (JavaScript)
indexing: 3.6. Arrays (JavaScript)
with integer keys: 4.7.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
iterating through with for loops, recomputing count: 4.5.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
objects as: 8.6. Objects as Associative Arrays (JavaScript)
padding: 5.3.4. Padding an Array (Programming PHP)
removing duplicate elements: 4.23.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
returned by getdate( ): 3.2.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
returned by pathinfo( ): 19.5.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
rows in database query results: 8.3.5.3. Inside a row array (Programming PHP)
sorting: 2.5.5.2. Sorting associative arrays (Web Database Applications)
XML-RPC call, attributes of: 11.5.2. Clients (Programming PHP)
associativity, operator: 5.2.4. Operator Associativity (JavaScript)
5.2.4. Operator Associativity (JavaScript)
2.4. Expressions and Operators (Programming PHP)
2.4.3. Operator Associativity (Programming PHP)
as_string( ) (Perl): 15.8. The Perl API (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
asterisk (see also *, under Symbols)
frame size: 4.1. Frame Layout (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
media type wildcard: 17.5. Media Types and Subtypes (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
asymmetric encryption techniques: 9.5.1.4. Certificates and Certification Authorities (Web Database Applications)
at (@) symbol in email addresses: 7.2.1.3. Validating email addresses (Web Database Applications)
7.3.1.1. Case study: A generic JavaScript validation function (Web Database Applications)
at-rules: 3.6.2.3. The @import rule (Dynamic HTML)
3.9. Cascade Precedence Rules (Dynamic HTML)
4.2.2. top, right, bottom, and left Attributes (Dynamic HTML)
11.3. At-Rules (Dynamic HTML)
atan( ): 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
Math object: 12.5. Core Objects (Dynamic HTML)
atanh( ): 2.12.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
atEnd( ), Enumerator objects: 12.5. Core Objects (Dynamic HTML)
atob( ), Global objects: 12.5. Core Objects (Dynamic HTML)
attach( ) (GtkTable): 20.7.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
attachEvent( ): 6.3.4. Attaching Events (IE 5 and Later for Windows) (Dynamic HTML)
attachEvent( ) method: 9.5.3. Event Handlers (Dynamic HTML), window objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
attachEvent( ) method: 19.3.4. IE Event-Handler Registration (JavaScript)
Attr object: 17.1.2.2. Attributes (JavaScript)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
Attr object (JavaScript): 11.4. JavaScript API Reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
Attr objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
attrChange property: 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript), event objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
attribute names: 3.4.2. Creating Tables (Web Database Applications)
attribute nodes: 1.6.3. W3C DOM Architecture (Dynamic HTML)
attribute objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
ATTRIBUTE_NODE property: 9.5.3. Event Handlers (Dynamic HTML)
attributes: 3.4.2. Creating Tables (Web Database Applications)
adding to DOM XML nodes: 12.3.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
assigning values: 2.4.4. Dynamic Content (Dynamic HTML)
3.5.2. CSS Attribute Assignment Syntax (Dynamic HTML)
case-sensitivity: 1.4. XHTML (Dynamic HTML)
changing via scripting: 4.3. Changing Attribute Values via Scripting (Dynamic HTML)
class attribute: 1.5. Style Sheets (Dynamic HTML)
3.8.2. Attribute Selectors (Dynamic HTML)
className property: 5.6.2. The className Property (Dynamic HTML)
common: 3.2. Understanding Block-Level Elements (Dynamic HTML)
cookie: 16.3. Reading Cookies (JavaScript)
Core module and: 1.6. Document Object Model (Dynamic HTML)
CSS-P: 4.1.1. Setting the position Attribute (Dynamic HTML)
CSS style: 18.1. Styles and Style Sheets with CSS (JavaScript)
CSS2Properties corresponding to: 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
DOM object types representing: 18.5.5. Traversing Style Sheets (JavaScript)
modifying HTML elements with: 1.6.1. Control Document Appearance and Content (JavaScript)
Style object and: 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
CSS value types: 11.1. Attribute Value Types (Dynamic HTML)
deleting from element: 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
DOM elements: 17.1.2.2. Attributes (JavaScript)
event handler: 14.1.5. Document Objects and Event Handlers (JavaScript)
event handlers as: 6.3.1. Event Handlers as Tag Attributes (Dynamic HTML)
for HTML tags: 13. HTML/XHTML Attribute Index (Dynamic HTML)
HTML: 17.2.3. Modifying a Document (JavaScript)
also HTML attributes)
2.2. HTML Syntax (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
3.1. Core Attributes (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
JavaScript event handlers: 2.4. Dynamic Content (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
DOM elements representing: 17.2.3. Modifying a Document (JavaScript)
names, conflicts with JavaScript keywords: 17.1.3.1. HTML naming conventions (JavaScript)
HTML validation and: 1.3. HTML (Dynamic HTML)
HTML value types: 8.1. Attribute Value Types (Dynamic HTML)
iframe element: 5.9.1. The iframe Element (Dynamic HTML)
KEY clause and: 3.10.1. Keys, Primary Keys, and Indexes (Web Database Applications)
populating: 2.4.4. Dynamic Content (Dynamic HTML)
positioning: 1.5.2. Element Positioning and Layering (Dynamic HTML)
2.3.3. CSS Positioning and Layering (Dynamic HTML)
4.2. Positioning Attributes (Dynamic HTML)
style attributes: 3.5.1. Style Attributes (Dynamic HTML)
5.6.1. The style Property (Dynamic HTML)
tag values: 5.5. Changing Tag Attribute Values (Dynamic HTML)
5.5. Changing Tag Attribute Values (Dynamic HTML)
text in PDF files: 10.3.3. Text Attributes (Programming PHP)
XML: 12.3.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
XML elements: 11.3.1. Element Handlers (Programming PHP)
XML support: 1.4. XHTML (Dynamic HTML)
attributes objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
attributes property: 5.7.1.2. W3C DOM text (Dynamic HTML)
9.5.3. Event Handlers (Dynamic HTML)
attribute/value pairs: 3.6.1.1. The <style> tag (Dynamic HTML)
3.6.1.2. The style attribute in element tags (Dynamic HTML)
3.8.2. Attribute Selectors (Dynamic HTML)
attrName property: 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript), event objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
Auth class: 17.9.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
Auth::auth( ): 17.9.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
AuthAuthoritative directive (Apache): 19.4. mod_auth (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
AuthDBMAuthoritative directive (Apache): 19.6. mod_auth_dbm (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
AuthDBMGroupFile directive (Apache): 19.6. mod_auth_dbm (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
AuthDBMUserFile directive (Apache): 19.6. mod_auth_dbm (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
authenticated( ): 9.2.2. Managing HTTP Authentication with PHP (Web Database Applications)
authenticateUser( ): 9.3. Authentication Using a Database (Web Database Applications)
9.4.2.2. Authenticating without HTTP (Web Database Applications)
9.4.3.3. Authentication script (Web Database Applications)
9.4.3.3. Authentication script (Web Database Applications)
authentication: 7.5.4. Authentication (Programming PHP)
1.5.2.6. Authentication (Web Database Applications)
9. Authentication and Security (Web Database Applications)
based on cookies: 8.11.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
embedding username and password in URLs: 18.4.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
for customers/users: 10.3. Authenticating Users (Web Database Applications), example of: 9.4.3. Case Study: Customer Authentication (Web Database Applications)
how it works: 9.1.1. How HTTP Authentication Works (Web Database Applications)
HTTP, basic: 8.10.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook), PHP as CGI: 8.10.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
Kerberos extension: B.1. Optional Extensions Listing (Programming PHP)
LDAP, using for: 17.9.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
message (mhash library): B.1. Optional Extensions Listing (Programming PHP)
personal questions for users that attackers can't answer: 14.7.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
script for: 9.4.3.3. Authentication script (Web Database Applications)
SMTP: 17.2.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
using a database for: 9.3. Authentication Using a Database (Web Database Applications)
web database applications and: 9.4. Web Database Applications and Authentication (Web Database Applications)
authentication, Apache server: 18.1.5. Password and Group Files (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
Auth::getAuth( ): 17.9.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
AuthGroupFile directive (Apache): 19.4. mod_auth (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
AuthName directive (Apache): 18. Apache Configuration (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
auth_name( ) (Perl): 15.8. The Perl API (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
authoring (see web content development)
authorization, script for: 9.4.3.5. Authorizing other requests (Web Database Applications)
Auth::start( ): 17.9.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
auth_type( )
CGI.pm: 14. The CGI.pm Module (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
Perl: 15.8. The Perl API (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
AuthType directive (Apache): 18.1.4. Access Control (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
18. Apache Configuration (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
auth_type( ) (Perl): 15.8. The Perl API (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
AUTH_TYPE variable (CGI): 12.4. CGI Environment Variables (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
AuthUserFile directive (Apache): 19.4. mod_auth (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
AuthUserName directive (Apache): 18.1.5. Password and Group Files (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
autocomplete attribute, form elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
autodecrement (--) operator: 2.4.7. Autoincrement and Autodecrement Operators (Programming PHP)
autoEscape( ) (CGI.pm): 14. The CGI.pm Module (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
autoincrement (++) operator: 2.4.7. Autoincrement and Autodecrement Operators (Programming PHP)
automated housekeeping: 13.1. Automated Housekeeping (Web Database Applications)
automatic type conversion: 2.1.6.1. Automatic type conversion (Web Database Applications)
autoPrepare( ) (DB): 10.13.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
auto_prepend_file configuration directive: 8.20.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
auxiliary tables, locking with: 6.2.3.2. Locking with an auxiliary table (Web Database Applications)
availHeight property: 13.7. The Screen Object (JavaScript)
24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
screen object: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
availLeft property: 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript), screen object: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
availTop property: 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript), screen object: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
availWidth property: 13.7. The Screen Object (JavaScript)
24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
screen object: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
axis attribute
<td> tags: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<th> tags: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
axis property
td objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
th objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
azimuth attribute (CSS): 11.5. Alphabetical Attribute Reference (Dynamic HTML)
azimuth property
CSSStyleDeclaration objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
style objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)

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