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C language
Microsoft C runtime library (msvcrt.dll): 20.5.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
PECL (PHP Extension Code Library): 21.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
21.6.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
strftime( ), use in PHP: 3.5.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
Cache_DB class: 10.15.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
Cache/DB.php file: 10.15.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
CacheDefaultExpire directive (Apache): 19.27. mod_proxy (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
CacheDirLength directive (Apache): 19.27. mod_proxy (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
CacheDirLevels directive (Apache): 19.27. mod_proxy (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
CacheForceCompletion directive (Apache): 19.27. mod_proxy (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
CacheGcInterval directive (Apache): 19.27. mod_proxy (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
CacheLastModifiedFactor directive (Apache): 19.27. mod_proxy (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
CacheMaxExpire directive (Apache): 19.27. mod_proxy (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
CacheNegotiatedDocs directive (Apache): 19.26. mod_negotiation (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
CacheRoot directive (Apache): 19.27. mod_proxy (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
CacheSize directive (Apache): 19.27. mod_proxy (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
caching: 5.4.1. Precaching Images (Dynamic HTML)
5.4.1. Precaching Images (Dynamic HTML)
5.4.3. Internet Explorer Caching Issues (Dynamic HTML)
database queries and results: 10.15.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
dynamically generated buttons: 9.6.1. Caching the Dynamically Generated Buttons (Programming PHP)
JavaScript code: 12.2.2. Including JavaScript Files (JavaScript)
off-screen images and: 14.6.2. Offscreen Images and Caching (JavaScript)
Opcode cache systems: 14.1. Architectural Overview (Programming PHP)
response pages for GET requests: 7.4.1. Methods (Programming PHP)
reverse proxy: 13.5.5. Reverse Proxies and Replication (Programming PHP)
stat( ) system call and file information function results: 19.3.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
caching responses: B.2.5. Caching (Web Database Applications)
calculate( ): 1.8. Example: Computing Loan Payments with JavaScript (JavaScript)
calendar library: B.1. Optional Extensions Listing (Programming PHP)
calendars
conversion functions for different non-Gregorian calendars: 3.16.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
gregoriantojd( ): 3.7.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
ICAP extension: B.1. Optional Extensions Listing (Programming PHP)
MCAL extension: B.1. Optional Extensions Listing (Programming PHP)
non-Gregorian, using: 3.16.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
pc_calendar( ), printing out month with: 3.17. Program: Calendar (PHP Cookbook)
unixtojd( ) and jdtounix( ): 3.11.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
call( ): 7.5.4. The apply( ) and call( ) Methods (JavaScript)
Function object: 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
function objects: 12.5. Core Objects (Dynamic HTML)
JSObject object: 22.2.1. The JSObject Class (JavaScript)
24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
call( ) (SOAP_Client): 12.9.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
call( ) (Function object): 11.4. JavaScript API Reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
call objects: 4.6.2. Local Variables: The Call Object (JavaScript)
7.3. Function Scope: The Call Object (JavaScript)
callback functions: 2.5.5.4. Sorting with user-defined element comparison (Web Database Applications)
handling signals with: 20.8.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
menus in GTK windows: 20.9.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
ob_gzhandler( ): 13.3.2. Compressing Output (Programming PHP)
output buffer processing: 8.13.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
rewrite( ): 13.3.1. Output Buffering (Programming PHP)
running when database error is raised: 10.11.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
callee property: 7.4.1. The callee Property (JavaScript)
23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
arguments objects: 12.5. Core Objects (Dynamic HTML)
caller property: 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript), function objects: 12.5. Core Objects (Dynamic HTML)
calling functions: 3.1. Calling a Function (Programming PHP), variable function call: 3.6. Variable Functions (Programming PHP)
calling pages: 5.2.3. One-Component Querying (Web Database Applications)
call_user_func( ): A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
call_user_method( ) function: A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
call_user_method_array( ): A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
cancelable property: 19.2.6.1. Event (JavaScript)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
event objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
cancelBubble property: 6.5.1. Event Bubbling (Dynamic HTML)
6.5.2. W3C Event Capture (Dynamic HTML)
event objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
cancelBubble property (IE Event): 19.3.1. The IE Event Object (JavaScript)
19.3.3. Event Bubbling in IE (JavaScript)
24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
canHaveChildren property: 9.5.3. Event Handlers (Dynamic HTML)
canHaveHTML property: 9.5.3. Event Handlers (Dynamic HTML)
capitalization (see also case)
1.7.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
caption elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
caption objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
caption property: 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript), table objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
caption-side attribute (CSS): 11.5. Alphabetical Attribute Reference (Dynamic HTML)
captions, HTML tables: 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
deleting: 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
captions, table: 5.2. The <caption> Tag (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
captionSide property
CSSStyleDeclaration objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
style objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
capture phase: 6.5. Event Propagation (Dynamic HTML)
6.5.2. W3C Event Capture (Dynamic HTML)
captureEvents( ): 19.4.2. Event Capturing in Netscape 4 (JavaScript)
24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
captureEvents( ) method
document objects: 6.7. Dragging Elements (Dynamic HTML)
9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
layer objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
window objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
capturing data without printing it: 5.9.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
capturing, event propagation: 19.2.1. Event Propagation (JavaScript)
addEventListener( ) method and: 19.2.2. Event Handler Registration (JavaScript)
dragging document elements (DOM Level 2): 19.2.7. Example: Dragging Document Elements (JavaScript)
Event object, DOM Level 2: 19.2.6.1. Event (JavaScript)
nested functions and: 19.2.4. Registering Objects as Event Handlers (JavaScript)
Netscape 4 event model: 19.4.2. Event Capturing in Netscape 4 (JavaScript)
security restrictions on: 21.2. Restricted Features (JavaScript)
capturing in patterns: 13.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
capturing in regular expressions: 4.8.5. Subpatterns (Programming PHP)
inline flags and: 4.10.9. Inline Options (Programming PHP)
non-capturing groups: 4.10.6. Non-Capturing Groups (Programming PHP)
caret (see ^, under Symbols)
carriage returns: 2.3. Whitespace and Line Breaks (JavaScript)
18.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
converting to XHTML <br /> tags: 17.6.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
in double-quoted strings: 1.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
trimming from strings: 1.9.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
carriage returns, testing string for: 4.7.4.3. Searches using masks (Programming PHP)
cart.3 script (adding items to shopping cart): 10.1.1. Winestore Scripts (Web Database Applications)
11.2.2. Adding Items to the Shopping Cart (Web Database Applications)
cart.5 script (browser redirection): 10.1.1. Winestore Scripts (Web Database Applications)
11.3. Managing Redirection (Web Database Applications)
cart.2 script (displaying shopping cart): 10.1.1. Winestore Scripts (Web Database Applications)
11.2.1. Viewing the Shopping Cart (Web Database Applications)
cart.4 script (emptying shopping cart): 10.1.1. Winestore Scripts (Web Database Applications)
11.2.3. Emptying the Shopping Cart (Web Database Applications)
cart.6 script (updating quantities in shopping cart): 10.1.1. Winestore Scripts (Web Database Applications)
11.2.4. Updating the Shopping Cart Quantities (Web Database Applications)
cart.1 script (winestore home page): 10.1.1. Winestore Scripts (Web Database Applications)
11.1. The Winestore Home Page (Web Database Applications)
cartesian product: 3.7.1. Beware of the Cartesian Product (Web Database Applications)
Cascading Style Sheets (see CSS)
18. Cascading Style Sheets and Dynamic HTML (JavaScript)
1.3. Web Content: HTML, XML, CGI, JavaScript, and PHP (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
9. Cascading Style Sheets (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), templates and: 13.2.1.2. The template (Web Database Applications)
Cascading Style Sheets-Positioning (see CSS, CSS-P)
case: 2.2. Case Sensitivity (JavaScript)
alphabetical sorting and: 5.6. String Operators (JavaScript)
case-insensitivity
alphabetical sorting, array of strings: 9.2.3. sort( ) (JavaScript)
HMTL tags: 17.2.2. Finding Specific Elements in a Document (JavaScript)
in pattern matching: 10.1.6. Flags (JavaScript)
10.3.2. RegExp Instance Properties (JavaScript)
23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
in class names: 6.4. Declaring a Class (Programming PHP)
in function names: 3.2. Defining a Function (Programming PHP)
in pattern matching: 4.10.13.1. Matching (Programming PHP), eregi_replace( ): 4.9.3.2. Replacing (Programming PHP)
in regular expression matches: 4.9.3.1. Matching (Programming PHP)
A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
A.3d. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (r-z) (Programming PHP)
A.3d. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (r-z) (Programming PHP)
case-insensitive matching: 1.12.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook), eregi( ): 13.2.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
case-sensitivity
in JavaScript: 2.2. Case Sensitivity (JavaScript)
JavaScript naming conventions: 8.5. Object-Oriented JavaScript (JavaScript)
JavaScript properties: 19.1.3. Event Handlers as Properties (JavaScript)
in string comparisons: 5.5.1. Comparison Operators (JavaScript)
Apache configuration directives: 18.1.2. Server Configuration (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
HTML tag attribute: 2.2. HTML Syntax (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
JavaScript: 11.2.1. Case-Sensitivity (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
PHP function and variable names: 16.3. Language Syntax (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
PHP variable names: 16.4. Variables (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
in array_diff( ): 4.24.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
in heredocs: 1.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
in XML: 12.5.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
changing: 2.6.2.3. Changing case (Web Database Applications)
4.4.2. Changing Case (Programming PHP), converting to lowercase before comparing: 4.6.1. Exact Comparisons (Programming PHP)
event handler attributes, HTML and XHTML: 19.1.2. Event Handlers as Attributes (JavaScript)
i (case-insensitive) pattern modifier: 13.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
locales, setting for: 16.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
lowercase, converting strings to: 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
modifying in strings: 1.7.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
reversing in a document: 17.2.3. Modifying a Document (JavaScript)
uppercase, converting strings to: 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
case label (switch statement): 6.5. switch (JavaScript)
case labels in statements: 2.5.2. switch (Programming PHP)
case statement (JavaScript): 11.2.10.5. Alphabetical statement reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
case study: 4.3. Case Study: The Front-Page Panel (Web Database Applications)
(see also winestore application)
caseCount( ): 2.11.2. Inheritance (Web Database Applications)
casting
implicit, of operand types: 2.4.4. Implicit Casting (Programming PHP)
in string comparisons with == operator: 4.6.1. Exact Comparisons (Programming PHP)
in string comparisons with comparison operators: 4.6.1. Exact Comparisons (Programming PHP)
operators for: 2.4.11. Casting Operators (Programming PHP)
casting operators: 2.1.6. Type Conversion (Web Database Applications)
catalog-compare.php program: 16.10.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
catalog for messages in different locales: 16.5.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
catch clause (try/catch/finally statement): 6.17. try/catch/finally (JavaScript)
catch statement: 12.7. Control Statements (Dynamic HTML)
catchable errors: 8.16.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
CBC (Cipher Block Chaining) mode: 14.8.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
C/C++
boolean data type, C vs. JavaScript: 3.3. Boolean Values (JavaScript)
C language version, JavaScript interpreter: 1.4. JavaScript in Other Contexts (JavaScript)
char data type: 3.2. Strings (JavaScript)
comments, support in JavaScript: 2.5. Comments (JavaScript)
delete operator in C++, JavaScript vs.: 5.10.4. The delete Operator (JavaScript)
double data type: 3.1. Numbers (JavaScript)
Java Script vs.: 1. Introduction to JavaScript (JavaScript)
null value, JavaScript vs.: 3.7. null (JavaScript)
pointers: 11.2. By Value Versus by Reference (JavaScript)
switch statements: 6.5. switch (JavaScript)
C/C++ languages
C++ comments: 2.1.4.2. C++ comments (Programming PHP)
C-language PHP extensions: 14. Extending PHP (Programming PHP)
architectural overview: 14.1. Architectural Overview (Programming PHP)
command-line PHP: 14.3.1. Command-Line PHP (Programming PHP)
compiling: 14.3.5. Compiling Your Extension (Programming PHP)
config.m4 file: 14.4. The config.m4 File (Programming PHP)
creating variables: 14.11. Creating Variables (Programming PHP)
developers mailing list: 14.14. Where to Go from Here (Programming PHP)
external dependencies: 14.4.2. External Dependencies (Programming PHP)
function return values: 14.8. Returning Values (Programming PHP)
global variables: 14.10. Global Variables (Programming PHP)
INI entries: 14.12. Extension INI Entries (Programming PHP)
memory management functions: 14.5. Memory Management (Programming PHP)
parameter handling: 14.7. Parameter Handling (Programming PHP)
PHP source code, downloading latest: 14.2.1. The PHP Source (Programming PHP)
planning: 14.3.2. Planning Your Extension (Programming PHP)
pval/zval data type: 14.6. The pval/zval Data Type (Programming PHP)
references: 14.9. References (Programming PHP)
resources: 14.13. Resources (Programming PHP)
skeleton extension, creating and fleshing out: 14.3.3. Creating a Skeleton Extension (Programming PHP)
software tools: 14.2.2. Software Tools (Programming PHP)
testing: 14.3.6. Testing Your Extension (Programming PHP)
C-language string encoding: 4.5.4. C-String Encoding (Programming PHP)
comments: 2.1.4. Comments (Programming PHP)
CCITT image format in PDF files: 10.4.1. Images (Programming PHP)
@cc_on statement: 12.8. Miscellaneous Statements (Dynamic HTML)
CDATA: 11.3.2. Character Data Handler (Programming PHP)
CDATA section: 7.2. XHTML Modularization (XHTML Basic and 1.1) (Dynamic HTML)
CDATASection object: 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
CDATA_SECTION_NODE property: 9.5.3. Event Handlers (Dynamic HTML)
ceil( ): 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
2.9.2. Ceiling and Floor (Web Database Applications)
Math object: 12.5. Core Objects (Dynamic HTML)
cellIndex property: 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
td objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
th objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
cellpadding attribute, <table>: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
5.1. The <table> Tag (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
cellPadding property, table objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
cells, HTML tables: 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
deleting: 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
inserting: 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
cells objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
cells property: 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
table objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
tr objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
cells, table (see tables)
cellspacing attribute, <table>: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
5.1. The <table> Tag (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
cellSpacing property, table objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
center elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
center objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
centered text, drawing in an image: 15.6.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
centering (see alignment)
centimeter units: 4.2.2. top, right, bottom, and left Attributes (Dynamic HTML)
certificates: 9.5.1.4. Certificates and Certification Authorities (Web Database Applications), creating for ApacheSSL: A.3.3. Creating a Key and Certificate (Web Database Applications)
CGI binary: 20.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
:cgi, :cgi-lib method groups (CGI.pm module): 14.2. Importing Method Groups (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
CGI (Common Gateway Interface): 1.3. Web Content: HTML, XML, CGI, JavaScript, and PHP (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
12. CGI Overview (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
cookies: 17.4. Cookies (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
environment variables: 12.4. CGI Environment Variables (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
forms (see forms, HTML)
ScriptAlias directive (Apache): 19.3. mod_alias (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
server-side includes: 13. Server Side Includes (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
CGI programs: 2.6.2. Page Branching (Dynamic HTML)
5.11. Combining Forces: A Custom Newsletter (Dynamic HTML)
debugging: 14.6. Debugging (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
maintaining state: 14.3. Maintaining State (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
named parameters: 14.4. Named Parameters (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
CGI-script error file: 19.9. mod_cgi (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
CGI scripts
debugging: 14.6. Debugging (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
running with mod_perl: 15.4. Running CGI Scripts with mod_perl (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
CGI scripts, PHP as: 8.10.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
CGI specification for environment variables: 7.3. Server Information (Programming PHP)
CGI.pm module: 14. The CGI.pm Module (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
debugging scripts: 14.6. Debugging (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
generating HTML tags: 14.1. HTML Tag Generation (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
importing method groups: 14.2. Importing Method Groups (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
JavaScript features with: 14.5. Using JavaScript Features (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
methods: 14. The CGI.pm Module (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
14.7. CGI.pm Reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
named parameters: 14.4. Named Parameters (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
ch property
col objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
colgroup 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)
chaining
constructors: 6.4.4. Constructors (Programming PHP)
if statements: 2.5.1. if (Programming PHP)
challenge attribute, keygen elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
challenge attribute, <keygen>: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
challenge method: 9.1.1. How HTTP Authentication Works (Web Database Applications)
change to files, time of: 19.2.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
char attribute
col elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
colgroup elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
<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)
<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)
<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)
<tr> tags: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
char data type: 3.2. Strings (JavaScript)
Java, in JavaScript: 22.5. LiveConnect Data Conversion (JavaScript)
character class: 13.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
inverting or matching complement of: 13.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
character classes: 4.8.2. Character Classes (Programming PHP)
in Perl-style regular expressions: 4.10.3. Character Classes (Programming PHP)
in POSIX-style regular expressions: 4.9.1. Character Classes (Programming PHP)
character classes (in regular expressions): 10.1.2. Character Classes (JavaScript)
character codes, converting to strings: 19.3.1. The IE Event Object (JavaScript)
character codes, keyboard: C. Keyboard Event Character Values (Dynamic HTML)
character data handler (XML): 11.3.2. Character Data Handler (Programming PHP)
character encoding
decoding: 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
encoding for URIs: 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
hexadecimal escape sequences: 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
option for xmlrpc_server_call_method( ): 11.5.1. Servers (Programming PHP)
PDF, mapping onto font characters: 10.3.4. Fonts (Programming PHP)
string containing, creating: 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
URI components: 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
XML parser option: 11.3.6.1. Character encoding (Programming PHP)
character encodings
ASCII: 16.12.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
Unicode: 16.12.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook), UTF-8: 16.12.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
character entities: B. HTML Character Entities (Dynamic HTML)
7. Character Entities (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
CGI: 12.2. URL Encoding (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
character escape sequences: 12.9. Special (Escaped) String Characters (Dynamic HTML)
character lists: 2.7.1.2. Character lists (Web Database Applications)
character sets: 2.1. Character Set (JavaScript)
charset property (Document): 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
defaultCharset property (Document): 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
in locale aliases: 16.3.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
specifying for locales: 16.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
character sets and encodings, Recode library for conversions: B.1. Optional Extensions Listing (Programming PHP)
CharacterData object: 17.2.3. Modifying a Document (JavaScript)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
CharacterData objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
characters: 2.6.5. Replacing Characters and Substrings (Web Database Applications)
comparing strings for similar: 4.6.2. Approximate Equality (Programming PHP)
converting between JavaScript and Java: 22.5. LiveConnect Data Conversion (JavaScript)
escaping: 2.1.1.4. String literals (Web Database Applications)
2.6.1. String Literals (Web Database Applications)
special characters and: 2.7.1.7. Escaping special characters (Web Database Applications)
finding in strings: 3.2.3. Working with Strings (JavaScript)
in regular expressions: 10.1. Defining Regular Expressions (JavaScript)
incrementing: 2.4.7. Autoincrement and Autodecrement Operators (Programming PHP)
last occurrence of character in a string: 4.7.4.2. Searches returning rest of string (Programming PHP)
minimum number specifier (printf( ) format modifier): 4.2.3.1. Format modifiers (Programming PHP)
newline: 2.6.2.5. Rendering newline characters with <br> (Web Database Applications)
processing individually in strings: 1.4.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
reversing in strings: 1.5.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
sequences of (see strings)
special
in regular expressions: 4.8.1. The Basics (Programming PHP)
in shell commands: 12.7. Shell Commands (Programming PHP)
whitespace, stripping from strings: 4.4.1. Removing Whitespace (Programming PHP)
characterSet property, document objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
charAt( ): 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
7.3.1. Validating <form> Data with JavaScript (Web Database Applications)
String objects: 12.5. Core Objects (Dynamic HTML)
charAt( ) method: 3.2.3. Working with Strings (JavaScript)
charAt( ) (String object): 11.4. JavaScript API Reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
charCode property: 6.6. Understanding Keyboard Event Data (Dynamic HTML)
6.6. Understanding Keyboard Event Data (Dynamic HTML)
event objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
charCodeAt( ): 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript), String objects: 12.5. Core Objects (Dynamic HTML)
charCodeAt( ) (String object): 11.4. JavaScript API Reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
charoff attribute
col elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
colgroup elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
<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)
<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)
<tfoot> tag: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<thead> 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)
<tr> tags: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
charset attribute
a elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
link elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
<a> tags: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<link> tag: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<meta> tag: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<script> tags: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
script elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
charset property
a objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
document objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
link objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
meta objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
script objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
@charset rule: 11.3. At-Rules (Dynamic HTML)
chdir( ): A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
check( ): 7.5.1. The length Property (JavaScript)
checkbox( ) (CGI.pm): 14. The CGI.pm Module (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
Checkbox object: 1.6.3. Interact with HTML Forms (JavaScript)
14.6.5. Image-Replacement Example (JavaScript)
15.2. Defining Form Elements (JavaScript)
15.3.1. Naming Forms and Form Elements (JavaScript)
15.3.5. Toggle Buttons (JavaScript)
24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
checkbox objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
checkboxes: 6.2.3. Checkboxes (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
checkbox_group( ) (CGI.pm): 14. The CGI.pm Module (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
checkdate( ): 3.9.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
2.8.3. Validating a Date (Web Database Applications)
7.2.1.1. Validating dates (Web Database Applications)
checkdnsrr( ): A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
7.2.1.3. Validating email addresses (Web Database Applications)
7.2.1.3. Validating email addresses (Web Database Applications)
checked attribute, input elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
checked attribute, <input>: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
6.2.3. Checkboxes (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
checked property: 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
Checkbox object: 15.3.5. Toggle Buttons (JavaScript)
24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
Input object: 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
input (type="checkbox") objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
input (type="radio") objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
Radio object: 15.3.5. Toggle Buttons (JavaScript)
24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
checkhost( ) (Net_Ping): 17.11.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
check_privileges( ): 12.1. Global Variables and Form Data (Programming PHP)
CheckSpelling directive (Apache): 19.31. mod_speling (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
checksums
mhash library: B.1. Optional Extensions Listing (Programming PHP)
validating credit-card numbers with: 4.9.3.1. Matching (Programming PHP)
chgrp( ): 19.4.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
child classes: 7.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
child nodes: 1.6.3. W3C DOM Architecture (Dynamic HTML)
5.7.1.2. W3C DOM text (Dynamic HTML)
5.7.1.2. W3C DOM text (Dynamic HTML)
17.1.1. Representing Documents as Trees (JavaScript)
17.2.1. Traversing a Document (JavaScript)
changing parent node: 17.2.3. Modifying a Document (JavaScript)
of DocumentFragment: 17.2.5. Working with Document Fragments (JavaScript)
child selectors: 3.8.4. Child Selectors (Dynamic HTML)
childNode property: 5.7.1.2. W3C DOM text (Dynamic HTML)
child_nodes( ): 12.4.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
childNodes objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
childNodes property: 9.5.3. Event Handlers (Dynamic HTML)
17.1.2. Nodes (JavaScript)
17.2.1. Traversing a Document (JavaScript)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
children objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
children property: 9.5.3. Event Handlers (Dynamic HTML)
chmod( ): 19.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
19.4.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
choff attribute, col elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
chOff property
col objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
colgroup 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)
ChooseColorDlg( ) method, Dialog Helper objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
chop( ): 1.9.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
chown( ): 19.4.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
chr( ): A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
chr( ) (Windows): 20.5.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
chroot( ): A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
chunk_split( ): A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
Cipher Block Chaining (CBC) mode: 14.8.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
Cipher Feedback (CFB) mode: 14.8.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
cipher suites: 9.5.1.2. Cipher suites (Web Database Applications)
circles, drawing: 15.3.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook), filled: 15.3.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
cite attribute
blockquote elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
del elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
ins elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
<blockquote> tags: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<del> tags: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<ins> tags: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<q> tags: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
q elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
cite elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
cite objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
cite property: 9.5.3. Event Handlers (Dynamic HTML)
blockquote objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
del objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
ins objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
class attribute: 1.5. Style Sheets (Dynamic HTML)
3.8.2. Attribute Selectors (Dynamic HTML)
8.2.1. Attributes (Dynamic HTML)
3.1. Core Attributes (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<applet> tags: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<bdo> tags: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<br> tag: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<font> tags: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<frame> 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)
<ilayer> tags: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<isindex> tag: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<layer> tags: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<multicol> tags: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
class constructor: 7.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
class identifiers: 3.7.1.1. Binding a class identifier to an element type (Dynamic HTML)
class keyword: 7.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
2.2.6. Objects (Programming PHP)
class methods: 8.5.4. Class Methods (JavaScript)
6.3. Accessing Properties and Methods (Programming PHP)
getting: A.2b. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (f-i) (Programming PHP)
PEAR DB library: 8.3. PEAR DB Basics (Programming PHP)
class of elements, applying CSS style rules to: 18.1.1. Applying Style Rules to Document Elements (JavaScript)
class properties: 8.5.3. Class Properties (JavaScript)
class selectors
as attribute selector: 3.8.2. Attribute Selectors (Dynamic HTML)
characteristics: 3.7.1. Class Selectors (Dynamic HTML)
element styles: 5.6.2. The className Property (Dynamic HTML)
pseudo-element/class: 3.8.1.2. Using pseudo-classes (Dynamic HTML)
classes: 8.5. Object-Oriented JavaScript (JavaScript)
7.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
2.2.6. Objects (Programming PHP)
2.11.1. Classes and Objects (Web Database Applications)
abstract model: 1.7. Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) (Dynamic HTML)
built-in, prototypes and: 8.4.1. Prototypes and Built-in Classes (JavaScript)
case-insensitivity in names: 2.1.1. Case Sensitivity (Programming PHP)
constructors: 6.4.4. Constructors (Programming PHP)
creating dynamically: 7.13.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
database errors: 10.11.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
declaring: 6.4. Declaring a Class (Programming PHP)
defined, getting names of: A.2b. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (f-i) (Programming PHP)
defining: 6.1. Terminology (Programming PHP)
defining and creating: 7.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
error: 3.11. Error Objects (JavaScript)
examining with introspective functions: 6.5.1. Examining Classes (Programming PHP)
extending: 7.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
functions for: A.1. PHP Functions by Category (Programming PHP)
getting for objects: 6.5.2. Examining an Object (Programming PHP)
A.2b. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (f-i) (Programming PHP)
hierarchy: 7.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
hierarchy of: 8.5.7. Superclasses and Subclasses (JavaScript)
HTML elements: 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
inheritance: 6.4.3. Inheritance (Programming PHP)
instances of: 8.5. Object-Oriented JavaScript (JavaScript)
Java: 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
creating instances with new operator: 22.4.2. The JavaClass Class (JavaScript)
JavaClass object: 22.4.2. The JavaClass Class (JavaScript)
24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
JavaObject object: 22.4.3. The JavaObject Class (JavaScript)
JSObject class: 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
using directly from JavaScript: 22.3. Using Java Classes Directly (JavaScript)
members of: 8.5. Object-Oriented JavaScript (JavaScript)
class methods: 8.5.4. Class Methods (JavaScript)
class properties: 8.5.3. Class Properties (JavaScript)
instance methods: 8.5.2. Instance Methods (JavaScript)
instance properties: 8.5.1. Instance Properties (JavaScript)
methods: 7.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
names of: 2.1.6.3. Class names (Programming PHP)
object: 8.5. Object-Oriented JavaScript (JavaScript)
8.7.2. The toString( ) Method (JavaScript)
converting to strings: 8.7.2. The toString( ) Method (JavaScript)
defining (complex number class): 8.5.6. Example: Complex Numbers (JavaScript)
defining constructors for: 8.2. Constructors (JavaScript)
prototypes and inheritance: 8.4. Prototypes and Inheritance (JavaScript)
pc_ in names: 0.4.1. Programming Conventions (PHP Cookbook)
properties of: 7.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
accessing from extension functions: 14.8.3. Objects (Programming PHP)
getting: A.2b. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (f-i) (Programming PHP)
pseudo-classes: 3.8.1.2. Using pseudo-classes (Dynamic HTML)
subclassing or extending: 7.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
wrapper, for primitive data types: 3.12. Primitive Data Type Wrapper Objects (JavaScript)
classes of styles: 9.2.3. Style Classes (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
class_exists( ): 6.5.1. Examining Classes (Programming PHP)
A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
classid attribute, object elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
classid attribute, <object>: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
classid property, object objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
classification properties: 3.5.2. CSS Attribute Assignment Syntax (Dynamic HTML)
className property: 9.5.3. Event Handlers (Dynamic HTML)
17.1.3. The DOM HTML API (JavaScript)
17.1.3.1. HTML naming conventions (JavaScript)
24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
custom newsletter example: 5.11. Combining Forces: A Custom Newsletter (Dynamic HTML)
dragging example: 6.7. Dragging Elements (Dynamic HTML)
features: 5.6.2. The className Property (Dynamic HTML)
recommendations: 5.6.3. Other Techniques (Dynamic HTML)
CLASSPATH variable: 22.2.2.1. Compiling applets that use the JSObject class (JavaScript)
clean( ): 5.1.4. Security and User Data (Web Database Applications)
5.1.4. Security and User Data (Web Database Applications)
preprocessing user data and: 5.1.4. Security and User Data (Web Database Applications)
session variables and: 8.4.2.2. Saving last-entered values as a session variable (Web Database Applications)
updating shopping cart quantities and: 11.2.4. Updating the Shopping Cart Quantities (Web Database Applications)
clear( ): 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript), document objects: 5.1. Writing Variable Content (Dynamic HTML)
clear( ) method
document objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
selection objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
clear attribute, br elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
clear attribute (CSS): 11.5. Alphabetical Attribute Reference (Dynamic HTML)
clear attribute, <br>: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
clear button (see reset buttons)
clear( ) (Document object): 11.4. JavaScript API Reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
clear property
br objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
CSSStyleDeclaration objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
style objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
clear property (CSS): 9.4. CSS Reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
clearAttributes( ) method: 9.5.3. Event Handlers (Dynamic HTML)
clearData( ) method
clipboardData objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
dataTransfer objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
clearInterval( ): 13.1. Window Overview (JavaScript)
13.4. Timeouts and Intervals (JavaScript)
24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
clearInterval( ) method, window objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
clearInterval( ) (Window object): 11.4. JavaScript API Reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
clearRequest( ) method, userProfile objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
clearstatcache( ): 19.3.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
clearTimeout( ): 13.1. Window Overview (JavaScript)
13.4. Timeouts and Intervals (JavaScript)
24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
clearTimeout( ) method, window objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
clearTimeout( ) (Window object): 11.4. JavaScript API Reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
CLI (see command-line interface binary)
clibpdf extension: B.1. Optional Extensions Listing (Programming PHP)
click( ): 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript), HTMLInputElement object: 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
click( ) method: 9.5.3. Event Handlers (Dynamic HTML)
click event: 2.3.5. The Event Model (Dynamic HTML)
6.1. Event Types (Dynamic HTML)
click events: 19.2.9. Synthesizing Events (JavaScript)
(see also event handlers; Event object; events)
initializing: 19.2.9. Synthesizing Events (JavaScript)
click( ) (Input object): 11.4. JavaScript API Reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
clickable image maps (see image maps)
clicking on input elements: 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
client entry <form>: 8.4.1. Improving the Client Entry <form>(Web Database Applications)
script for: 8.4.3. The Client Entry <form> Script (Web Database Applications)
client for XML-RPC service: 11.5.2. Clients (Programming PHP)
client requests, HTTP: 17.1. Client Requests (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
headers for: 17.3.2. Client Request Headers (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
17.3.2. Client Request Headers (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
incomplete codes: 17.2.4. Client Request Incomplete (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
success codes: 17.2.2. Client Request Successful (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
client-server architecture: 1.1.2. Thin Clients (Web Database Applications)
client-server communication (see HTTP)
client-side GUI applications: 1.1. What Does PHP Do? (Programming PHP)
client-side JavaScript: 1.3. Client-Side JavaScript (JavaScript)
1.5. Client-Side JavaScript: Executable Content in Web Pages (JavaScript)
12. JavaScript in Web Browsers (JavaScript)
24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
11.3. Client-Side JavaScript (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
browser environment: 12.1. The Web Browser Environment (JavaScript)
event-driven programming: 12.1.3. The Event-Driven Programming Model (JavaScript)
object hierarchy and DOM: 12.1.2. The Client-Side Object Hierarchy and the Document Object Model (JavaScript)
window as global execution context: 12.1.1. The Window as Global Execution Context (JavaScript)
capabilities of: 1.6. Client-Side JavaScript Features (JavaScript)
browser behavior, controlling: 1.6.2. Control the Browser (JavaScript)
client state information: 1.6.5. Read and Write Client State with Cookies (JavaScript)
document appearance and content: 1.6.1. Control Document Appearance and Content (JavaScript)
interacting with HTML forms: 1.6.3. Interact with HTML Forms (JavaScript)
interacting with user: 1.6.4. Interact with the User (JavaScript)
limitations: 1.6.7. What JavaScript Can't Do (JavaScript)
case insensitivity in objects and properties: 2.2. Case Sensitivity (JavaScript)
DOM, combining with scripting of JavaScript interpreter: 1.3. Client-Side JavaScript (JavaScript)
embedded in browsers: 1. Introduction to JavaScript (JavaScript)
embedding in HTML documents: 12.2. Embedding JavaScript in HTML (JavaScript)
event handlers: 12.2.3. Event Handlers (JavaScript)
src attribute, tag: 12.2.2. Including JavaScript Files (JavaScript)
tags: 12.2.1. The <script> Tag (JavaScript)
URLs: 12.2.4. JavaScript in URLs (JavaScript)
executable web page content: 1.5. Client-Side JavaScript: Executable Content in Web Pages (JavaScript)
features listing by browser: 1.3. Client-Side JavaScript (JavaScript)
global variables and functions defined by: 2.8. Reserved Words (JavaScript)
interacting windows: 13.11.3. JavaScript in Interacting Windows (JavaScript)
security: 21.1. JavaScript and Security (JavaScript), restrictions on: 21.2. Restricted Features (JavaScript)
W3C DOM API vs.: 0.1. What's New in the Fourth Edition (JavaScript)
writing scripts: 1.10. Exploring JavaScript (JavaScript)
client-side performance: 20.1. Client-Side Performance (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
client-side PHP: 20.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
command-shell.php program: 20.10. Program: Command Shell (PHP Cookbook)
displaying menus in window: 20.9.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
displaying multiple GUI widgets in a window: 20.7.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
gtk-weather.php program: 20.11. Program: Displaying Weather Conditions (PHP Cookbook)
GUI widgets, displaying in a window: 20.6.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
parsing program arguments: 20.2.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook), with getopt( ): 20.3.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
reading from the keyboard: 20.4.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
reading passwords without echoing: 20.5.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
responding to user actions: 20.8.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
client-side scripting
ECMAScript: 1.8. ECMAScript (Dynamic HTML)
form validation: 1.6.1. DOM Level 0 (Dynamic HTML)
HTML 4: 1.3. HTML (Dynamic HTML)
1.3. HTML (Dynamic HTML)
Internet Explorer and: 1.8. ECMAScript (Dynamic HTML)
page branching via: 2.6.2. Page Branching (Dynamic HTML)
window object and: 6.2.1. Event Objects and Event Models (Dynamic HTML)
client-side scripting within HTML pages: 2.7.4. Script Style (Programming PHP)
client-side validation: 7.3. Client-Side Validation with JavaScript (Web Database Applications)
performance and: 7.1.2. Models That Do Work (Web Database Applications)
7.3.1. Validating <form> Data with JavaScript (Web Database Applications)
client sniffers: 13.6. The Navigator Object (JavaScript)
20.1.4. Platform-Specific Workarounds (JavaScript)
client tier: 1.1. Three-Tier Architectures (Web Database Applications)
1.2. The Client Tier (Web Database Applications)
managing state in: 8.1.1. Managing State in the Client Tier (Web Database Applications)
resources for further reading: E.1. Client Tier Resources (Web Database Applications)
validation in: 1.5.2.4. Validation in the client and middle tiers (Web Database Applications)
clientHeight property: 9.2. About client- and offset- Properties (Dynamic HTML)
9.5.3. Event Handlers (Dynamic HTML)
clientInformation objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
clientInformation property: 13.6. The Navigator Object (JavaScript)
24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
window objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
clientLeft property: 9.2. About client- and offset- Properties (Dynamic HTML)
9.5.3. Event Handlers (Dynamic HTML)
clients
FTP: 17.7.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
LDAP: 17.8.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
SOAP: 12.9.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
Usenet: 17.6.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
web-based, for email: 17.4.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
XML-RPC: 12.8.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
clients, support or acceptance of cookies: 7.6.1. Cookies (Programming PHP)
clients, thick vs. thin: 1.1.2. Thin Clients (Web Database Applications)
7.3.2.5. Comments (Web Database Applications)
clientTop property: 9.2. About client- and offset- Properties (Dynamic HTML)
9.5.3. Event Handlers (Dynamic HTML)
clientWidth property: 9.2. About client- and offset- Properties (Dynamic HTML)
9.5.3. Event Handlers (Dynamic HTML)
clientX, clientY properties
IE Event object: 19.3.1. The IE Event Object (JavaScript)
24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
MouseEvent object: 19.2.6.3. MouseEvent (JavaScript)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
clientX property, event objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
clientY property, event objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
clip attribute: 4.2.3. The clip Attribute (Dynamic HTML)
4.2.3. The clip Attribute (Dynamic HTML)
4.3.2. Positionable Element Properties (Dynamic HTML)
18.2.5. Partial Visibility: overflow and clip (JavaScript)
ilayer elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
layer elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
clip attribute (CSS): 11.5. Alphabetical Attribute Reference (Dynamic HTML)
clip attribute, <layer>: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
clip property: 4.3.2. Positionable Element Properties (Dynamic HTML)
CSSStyleDeclaration objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
layer objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
style objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
clipboardData objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
clipboardData property, window objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
clipBottom property
CSSStyleDeclaration objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
style objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
clipLeft property
CSSStyleDeclaration objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
style objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
clipping area, layers: 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
clipping region: 4.2.3. The clip Attribute (Dynamic HTML)
4.2.3. The clip Attribute (Dynamic HTML)
clipRight property
CSSStyleDeclaration objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
style objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
clipTop property
CSSStyleDeclaration objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
style objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
cloneContents( ): 17.5.2.2. Manipulating ranges (JavaScript)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
cloneContents( ) method, Range objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
cloneNode( ): 5.7.1.2. W3C DOM text (Dynamic HTML)
5.11. Combining Forces: A Custom Newsletter (Dynamic HTML)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
cloneNode( ) method: 9.5.3. Event Handlers (Dynamic HTML)
cloneNode( ) (Node object): 11.4. JavaScript API Reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
cloneRange( ): 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
cloneRange( ) method, Range objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
cloning objects: 7.5.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
close( ): 19.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
Document object: 11.4. JavaScript API Reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
14.1.1. Document Methods (JavaScript)
24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
5.1. Writing Variable Content (Dynamic HTML)
9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
5.2.2. Secondary Windows (Dynamic HTML)
creating new documents: 14.2. Dynamically Generated Documents (JavaScript)
dynamic document generation: 14.7. Links (JavaScript)
Window object: 13.1. Window Overview (JavaScript)
13.8.2. Closing Windows (JavaScript)
24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
security restrictions and: 21.2. Restricted Features (JavaScript)
11.4. JavaScript API Reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
13.8.6. Window Methods Example (JavaScript)
HTMLDocument object: 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
closed property: 13.1. Window Overview (JavaScript)
13.8.2. Closing Windows (JavaScript)
24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
window objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
closedir( ): 19.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
closelog( ): A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
closing
files referenced by handle: A.2b. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (f-i) (Programming PHP)
pipes: A.2c. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (j-q) (Programming PHP)
sessions: 7.6.2.3. Custom storage (Programming PHP)
XML parser manually: 12.5.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
XSLT processors: 12.6.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
closure: 11.4. Lexical Scoping and Nested Functions (JavaScript)
cmp_length( ): 2.5.5.4. Sorting with user-defined element comparison (Web Database Applications)
code
caching: 12.2.2. Including JavaScript Files (JavaScript)
database query, running and printing result: 1.4.3. Databases (Programming PHP)
defensive coding for platform incompatibilities: 20.1.2. Defensive Coding (JavaScript)
including: 2.6. Including Code (Programming PHP)
indenting: 2.3. Whitespace and Line Breaks (JavaScript)
6.3. if (JavaScript)
6.3. if (JavaScript)
optimizing: 13.5. Performance Tuning (Programming PHP)
PHP tags: 1.4. A Walk Through PHP (Programming PHP)
reuse with inheritance: 6.1. Terminology (Programming PHP)
code attribute
applet elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
object elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
code attribute, <applet>: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
code blocks: 2.5.1. if (Programming PHP), execution directives, specifying in declare statement: 2.5.6. declare (Programming PHP)
code branching: 2.6. Cross-Platform Strategies (Dynamic HTML)
2.6.1. Object Detection over Browser Sniffing (Dynamic HTML)
code elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
code libraries (see extensions)
code objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
code, profiling: 8.26.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
code property: 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
applet objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
DOMException objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
object objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
RangeException objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
codebase 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)
codeBase property
applet objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
object objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
codetype attribute, object elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
codetype attribute, <object>: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
codeType property, object objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
col elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
col objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
colgroup elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
colgroup objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
collapse( ): 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
collapse( ) method
Range objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
selection objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
TextRange objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
collapsed property: 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript), Range objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
collapsed state: 5.10. Working with Text Ranges (Dynamic HTML)
collapseToEnd( ) method, selection objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
collapseToStart( ) method, selection objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
collating sequences: 4.9.1. Character Classes (Programming PHP)
collection, HTML elements: 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
colon operator: 3.5.2. CSS Attribute Assignment Syntax (Dynamic HTML)
3.6.1.2. The style attribute in element tags (Dynamic HTML)
color
265-color image, creating: 9.4.1. The Structure of a Graphics Program (Programming PHP)
allocating: 9.4.1. The Structure of a Graphics Program (Programming PHP)
CSS properties for: 9.4. CSS Reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
9.4. CSS Reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
frame borders: 4.5. Frame Border Attributes (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
handling in graphics: 9.8. Color Handling (Programming PHP)
alpha channel, using: 9.8.1. Using the Alpha Channel (Programming PHP)
identifying colors: 9.8.2. Identifying Colors (Programming PHP)
text representations of images: 9.8.4. Text Representation of an Image (Programming PHP)
true color color indexes: 9.8.3. True Color Color Indexes (Programming PHP)
hyperlinks: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
negative index values, turning off antialiasing: 9.5.2. TrueType Fonts (Programming PHP)
notations for: 8. Color Names and Values (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
9.3.1.5. Color property values (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
palette: 9.3. Basic Graphics Concepts (Programming PHP)
preferences for page
options: 7.6.1. Cookies (Programming PHP)
setting with sessions: 7.6.2.1. Session basics (Programming PHP)
setting/using with cookies: 7.6.1. Cookies (Programming PHP)
as style property values: 9.3.1.5. Color property values (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
tables: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
text: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
text in PDF files, setting for: 10.3.3. Text Attributes (Programming PHP)
true-color images: 9.2. The GD Extension (Programming PHP)
user preferences, storing across visits: 7.6.3. Combining Cookies and Sessions (Programming PHP)
color attribute
basefont elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
font elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
hr elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
<basefont> tag: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<font> 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)
color attribute (CSS): 11.5. Alphabetical Attribute Reference (Dynamic HTML)
color-changing animation: 18.3.4. DHTML Animations (JavaScript)
color property
basefont objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
CSSStyleDeclaration objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
font objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
hr objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
span element: 5.6.1. The style Property (Dynamic HTML)
5.6.2. The className Property (Dynamic HTML)
style objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
color property (CSS): 9.4. CSS Reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
color values: A. Color Names and RGB Values (Dynamic HTML)
colorDepth property: 13.7. The Screen Object (JavaScript)
24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
screen object: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
colors: 14.3. Document Color Properties (JavaScript)
arcs, ellipses, and circles, specifying for: 15.3.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
background and foreground, document: 14.1.2. Document Properties (JavaScript)
borders and: 3.2.1. Box Pieces (Dynamic HTML)
Document object properties for: 14.3. Document Color Properties (JavaScript)
element rules: 1.5.1. CSS Rationale (Dynamic HTML)
:first-letter element: 3.8.1.1. Using pseudo-elements (Dynamic HTML)
for browser screens: 13.7. The Screen Object (JavaScript)
frames with color animation: 13.11.4. Example: Colored Frames (JavaScript)
graphical bar chart: 15.10. Program: Generating Bar Charts from Poll Results (PHP Cookbook)
ImageColorAllocate( ): 15.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
lines, rectangles, and polygons, specifying for: 15.2.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
links: 14.1.2. Document Properties (JavaScript)
active: 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
unvisited: 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
visited, in document: 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
RGBColor object: 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
shapes drawn with patterned lines: 15.4.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
alternating white and black pixels: 15.4.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
style attributes: 3.5.2. CSS Attribute Assignment Syntax (Dynamic HTML)
5.6.1. The style Property (Dynamic HTML)
text drawn as graphic, PostScript fonts: 15.5.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
transparent: 15.8.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
values: 8.1.6. Colors (Dynamic HTML)
9.1.5. Colors (Dynamic HTML)
11.1.3. Colors (Dynamic HTML)
web-safe, codes for: 2.16.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
cols attribute
frameset elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
<frameset> tags: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
4.1. Frame Layout (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<multicol> tags: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<table> 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)
6.3. The <textarea> Tag (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
multicol elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
pre elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
cols property: 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
frameset objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
table objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
textarea objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
colspan attribute
<table> tags: 5.4.1. Cell Spanning (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<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)
colSpan property
td objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
th objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
column( ): 3.2. Defining a Function (Programming PHP)
columns
in frames: 4.1. Frame Layout (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<colgroup> tags: 5.6.2. Column Grouping (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<col> tags: 5.6.2. Column Grouping (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
table: 5.1. The <table> Tag (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
5.4.1. Cell Spanning (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
columns, HTML tables: 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
COM: 15.3. Interfacing with COM (Programming PHP)
COM extension: B.1. Optional Extensions Listing (Programming PHP)
overview: 15.3.1. Background (Programming PHP)
PHP interfacing with
completing a Word document: 15.3.4. Completing a Word Document (Programming PHP)
determining API: 15.3.3. Determining the API (Programming PHP)
ODBC data sources: 15.4. Interacting with ODBC Data Sources (Programming PHP)
PHP functions: 15.3.2. PHP Functions (Programming PHP)
reading/writing Excel files: 15.3.5. Reading and Writing Excel Files (Programming PHP)
combinations of array elements, finding all: 4.25.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
combine( ): 7.10.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
combined scripts: 5.2.1. Combined Scripts (Web Database Applications)
comma (,) operator: 5.10.6. The Comma Operator (,) (JavaScript), combining multiple expressions in loops: 6.8. for (JavaScript)
comma operator (,), as delimiter: 3.7.3. Descendant Selectors (Dynamic HTML)
comma-separated values (CSV): 1.10.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook), explode( ) and: 1.10.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
command interpreter for MySQL: 3.3. MySQL Command Interpreter (Web Database Applications)
command line, incorporating external data in: 18.21.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
command-line PHP: 14.3.1. Command-Line PHP (Programming PHP)
command-line PHP programs: 20.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
command-line interface (CLI) binary: 20.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
PHP-GTK extension, running programs that use: 20.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
testing if scripts are running in web or command-line context: 20.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
$COMMAND_LINE: 20.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
php-cli script: 21.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
command line scripting: 1.1. What Does PHP Do? (Programming PHP)
command lines, Readline library for: B.1. Optional Extensions Listing (Programming PHP)
command-shell.php program: 20.10. Program: Command Shell (PHP Cookbook)
commands
history of: 20.4.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
PEAR, listing all valid: 21.2.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
PHPDoc: 21.9.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
commands, SQL: 8.2. Relational Databases and SQL (Programming PHP)
comment elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
comment nodes: 1.6.3. W3C DOM Architecture (Dynamic HTML)
Comment object: 17.1.2.1. Types of nodes (JavaScript)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
Comment object (JavaScript): 11.4. JavaScript API Reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
Comment objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
comment statements (// and /*...*/): 12.8. Miscellaneous Statements (Dynamic HTML)
COMMENT_NODE property: 9.5.3. Event Handlers (Dynamic HTML)
comments: 2.5. Comments (JavaScript)
2.5. Comments (JavaScript)
20.3.1. Hiding Scripts from Old Browsers (JavaScript)
2.1.1.2. Comments (Web Database Applications)
Comment node, creating: 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
debugging, priority levels for: 8.20.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
embedded in email addresses: 13.6.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
HTML: 1.8. Example: Computing Loan Payments with JavaScript (JavaScript)
hiding scripts in: 20.3.1. Hiding Scripts from Old Browsers (JavaScript)
JavaScript: 11.2.4. Comments (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
JavaScript code: 1.8. Example: Computing Loan Payments with JavaScript (JavaScript)
mixing with HTML: 20.3.1. Hiding Scripts from Old Browsers (JavaScript)
PHP: 16.3. Language Syntax (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
PHPDoc: 21.9.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
in <style> tags: 9.1.2. Document-Level Styles (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
comments in PHP: 2.1.4. Comments (Programming PHP)
C++-style: 2.1.4. Comments (Programming PHP)
shell-style: 2.1.4.1. Shell-style comments (Programming PHP)
commit ( ) method: 8.4.7. Transactions (Programming PHP)
commit and rollback processing: 6.2.3.5. What isn't covered here (Web Database Applications)
common denominator: 2.6.5. Designing for the Common Denominator (Dynamic HTML)
Common Gateway Interface (see CGI)
common names (LDAP): 17.8.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
17.9.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
commonAncestorContainer property: 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript), Range objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
communication protocols: 11.5. Web Services (Programming PHP)
B.1. Optional Extensions Listing (Programming PHP)
for databases: 8.3.1. Data Source Names (Programming PHP)
compact( ): 12.7.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
5.6. Converting Between Arrays and Variables (Programming PHP)
A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
compact attribute
dir elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
dl elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
<dir> tags: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<dl> tags: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<menu> tags: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<ol> tags: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<ul> tag: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
menu elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
ol elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
ul elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
compact property
dir objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
dl objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
menu objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
ol objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
ul objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
compare( ): 2.5.5.4. Sorting with user-defined element comparison (Web Database Applications)
compareBoundaryPoints( ): 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
compareBoundaryPoints( ) method, Range objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
compareEndPoints( ) method, TextRange objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
compareNode( ) method, Range objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
comparePoint( ) method, Range objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
comparing
boolean values returned by: 3.3. Boolean Values (JavaScript)
by reference: 11.2. By Value Versus by Reference (JavaScript)
11.2.1. Primitive Types and Reference Types (JavaScript)
by value: 11.2. By Value Versus by Reference (JavaScript)
11.2.1. Primitive Types and Reference Types (JavaScript)
by reference vs.: 11.2.4. By Value Versus by Reference: Summary (JavaScript)
strings: 11.2.3. Comparing Strings (JavaScript)
equality and identity operators: 5.4.1. Equality (==) and Identity (===) (JavaScript)
floating-point values: 2.2.2. Floating-Point Numbers (Programming PHP)
string literals: 5.6. String Operators (JavaScript)
strings: 4.6. Comparing Strings (Programming PHP)
A.3d. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (r-z) (Programming PHP)
for approximate equality: 4.6.2. Approximate Equality (Programming PHP)
for equality: 4.6.1. Exact Comparisons (Programming PHP)
comparison functions, for array sorting: 9.2.3. sort( ) (JavaScript)
comparison functions, in sorting routine: 4.18.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
comparison operators: 5.5.1. Comparison Operators (JavaScript)
2.4.8. Comparison Operators (Programming PHP)
3.9.1. Arithmetic and comparison operators (Web Database Applications)
== (equal to) operator: 2.2.3. Strings (Programming PHP)
data types of operands and returns: 5.2.2. Type of Operands (JavaScript)
in string comparisons: 4.6.1. Exact Comparisons (Programming PHP)
object data type conversion: 11.1.1. Object-to-Primitive Conversion (JavaScript)
comparison operators (== and ===): 5.2.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
comparisons, constants on left side of: 5.2.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
compatibility (see also backward compatibility)
among browsers: 2.1. What Is a Platform? (Dynamic HTML)
applying class selectors: 3.7.1. Class Selectors (Dynamic HTML)
browser identification and: 2.6.1. Object Detection over Browser Sniffing (Dynamic HTML)
browsers across operating systems: 1.9. A Fragmenting World (Dynamic HTML)
browsers, non-JavaScript: 20.3. Compatibility with Non-JavaScript Browsers (JavaScript)
considerations: 3.6.3. Selecting a Style Sheet Style (Dynamic HTML)
HTML and: 1.3. HTML (Dynamic HTML)
1.4. XHTML (Dynamic HTML)
JavaScript variations: 1.8. ECMAScript (Dynamic HTML)
language versions (JavaScript): 20.2. Language Version Compatibility (JavaScript)
language attribute ( ): 20.2.1. The language Attribute (JavaScript)
loading new (compatible) page: 20.2.4. Loading a New Page for Compatibility (JavaScript)
suppressing version-related errors: 20.2.3. Suppressing Version-Related Errors (JavaScript)
testing version explicitly: 20.2.2. Explicit Version Testing (JavaScript)
object detection and: 2.6.1. Object Detection over Browser Sniffing (Dynamic HTML)
platform and browser: 20.1. Platform and Browser Compatibility (JavaScript)
avoiding browser incompatibilities: 20.1.1. The Least-Common-Denominator Approach (JavaScript)
failing to resolve incompatibilities: 20.1.7. Fail Gracefully (JavaScript)
feature testing: 20.1.3. Feature Testing (JavaScript)
ignoring incompatibilities: 20.1.6. Ignore the Problem (JavaScript)
platform incompatibilities, defensive coding for: 20.1.2. Defensive Coding (JavaScript)
platform-specific workarounds: 20.1.4. Platform-Specific Workarounds (JavaScript)
server-side scripts: 20.1.5. Compatibility Through Server-Side Scripts (JavaScript)
recommendations versus: 2.6.5. Designing for the Common Denominator (Dynamic HTML)
compatMode property, document objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
compile( ), regular expression objects: 12.5. Core Objects (Dynamic HTML)
compiling applets with JSObjects: 22.2.2.1. Compiling applets that use the JSObject class (JavaScript)
compiling C-language PHP extensions: 14.3.5. Compiling Your Extension (Programming PHP)
into PHP: 14.3.5.2. Compiling the extension into PHP (Programming PHP)
complement, string searches for: 4.7.4.3. Searches using masks (Programming PHP)
complete property: 14.6.3. Image Event Handlers (JavaScript)
24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
img objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
input (type="image") objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
complex number class, defining: 8.5.6. Example: Complex Numbers (JavaScript)
componentFromPoint( ) method: 9.5.3. Event Handlers (Dynamic HTML)
Components property
window objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
compound (collection) types: 2.2. Data Types (Programming PHP)
compound statements: 6.2. Compound Statements (JavaScript)
6.2. Compound Statements (JavaScript)
break, continue, return, or throw statement in: 6.2. Compound Statements (JavaScript)
compound statements, JavaScript: 11.2.10.2. Compound statements (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
compressed files
extracting from ZIP archive: 18.27. Program: Unzip (PHP Cookbook)
gzip, for web output: 8.14.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
reading and writing: 18.26.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
compressing output: 13.3.2. Compressing Output (Programming PHP)
B.1. Optional Extensions Listing (Programming PHP)
ZIP files, extension for: B.1. Optional Extensions Listing (Programming PHP)
zlib compression extension: B.1. Optional Extensions Listing (Programming PHP)
computation: 1.6.6. Still More Features (JavaScript)
displaying Fibonacci numbers: 1.10. Exploring JavaScript (JavaScript)
loan payments (example program): 1.8. Example: Computing Loan Payments with JavaScript (JavaScript)
computed style: 2.4.2. Cascading Style Sheets (Dynamic HTML)
4.3.3.2. W3C getComputedStyles( ) method (Dynamic HTML)
computed styles: 18.5.2. Computed Styles (JavaScript)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
concat( )
Array object: 11.4. JavaScript API Reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
String object: 11.4. JavaScript API Reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
3.9.1.1. String-comparison operators and functions (Web Database Applications)
Array object: 9.2.4. concat( ) (JavaScript)
23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
Array objects: 12.5. Core Objects (Dynamic HTML)
String object: 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
String objects: 12.5. Core Objects (Dynamic HTML)
concatenating strings: 3.2.3. Working with Strings (JavaScript)
2.4.4. Implicit Casting (Programming PHP)
.+ (concatenation assignment) operator: 2.4.12.2. Assignment with operation (Programming PHP)
. (concatenation) operator: 2.4.6. String Concatenation Operator (Programming PHP)
+ operator: 5.3. Arithmetic Operators (JavaScript)
5.6. String Operators (JavaScript)
5.6. String Operators (JavaScript)
array elements converted to: 9.2.1. join( ) (JavaScript)
strcat( ) function: 3.2. Defining a Function (Programming PHP)
concatenation operator (.) for strings: 1.8.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
concurrency: 6.2.1. Transactions and Concurrency (Web Database Applications)
concurrent access: 1.4. The Database Tier (Web Database Applications)
conditional (?:) operator: 2.4.13. Miscellaneous Operators (Programming PHP)
2.5.1. if (Programming PHP)
conditional expressions: 2.2.3. Conditional Expressions (Web Database Applications)
conditional expressions in regular expressions: 4.10.12. Conditional Expressions (Programming PHP)
conditional operator (?:): 12.6. Operators (Dynamic HTML)
conditional operators
?:: 5.10.1. The Conditional Operator (?:) (JavaScript)
associativity of: 5.2.4. Operator Associativity (JavaScript)
conditional statements: 6.3. if (JavaScript)
2.5. Flow-Control Statements (Programming PHP)
2.2. Conditions and Branches (Web Database Applications)
config directive (SSI): 13.2. Basic SSI Directives (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
13.4. Configurable Time Formats for SSI Output (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
config-get php_dir command (PEAR): 21.2.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
config-help command (PEAR): 21.2.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
configuration
Apache server: 18.1.2. Server Configuration (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
configuring for SSI: 13.1. Configuring the Apache Server for SSI (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
config.m4 file for extension: 14.4. The config.m4 File (Programming PHP)
external dependencies: 14.4.2. External Dependencies (Programming PHP)
no external dependencies: 14.4.1. No External Dependencies (Programming PHP)
getting variables: A.2b. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (f-i) (Programming PHP)
open_basedir in httpd.conf: 12.2.2. Restrict Filesystem Access to a Specific Directory (Programming PHP)
PHP: 16.1. Installation and Configuration (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
SSI time formats: 13.4. Configurable Time Formats for SSI Output (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
configuration directives, PHP: 16.1. Installation and Configuration (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
configuration files
namespaces and: 18.14.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
reading: 18.14.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
configuration page for PHP, creating: 1.4.1. Configuration Page (Programming PHP)
configuration variables, PHP: 8.23.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
access values: 8.23.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
setting: 8.24.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
configure command (PHP), database support: 8.1. Using PHP to Access a Database (Programming PHP)
configuring
Apache and PHP: 1.3. Installing PHP (Programming PHP)
data source name with ODBC PHP: 15.4.1. Configuring a DSN (Programming PHP)
PHP on Windows
adding extensions: 15.1.3. Adding Extensions to the Base Distribution (Programming PHP)
with a web server: 15.1.2. Configuring PHP with a Web Server (Programming PHP)
with PHP installer: 15.1.2.2. Using the PHP installer to automatically configure PHP (Programming PHP)
safe_mode in php.ini file: 12.4.4. Safe Mode (Programming PHP)
server to place session files in your own directory: 12.4.2. Session Files (Programming PHP)
configuring security policy: 21.4. Security Zones and Signed Scripts (JavaScript)
confirm( ): 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
13.1. Window Overview (JavaScript)
13.2. Simple Dialog Boxes (JavaScript)
11.3.2.1. Simple dialog boxes (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
11.4. JavaScript API Reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
conformance: 7.5. What Is Conformance? (Dynamic HTML)
connect( )
Cache_DB class: 10.15.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
DB class: 10.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
10.4.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
GtkButton class: 20.8.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
CONNECT method (HTTP): 17.1.1.4. Other methods (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
connection handles: 4.1.1. Opening and Using a Database Connection (Web Database Applications)
connection( ) (Perl): 15.8. The Perl API (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
Connection preference (Opera 4): 2.3.1. Element Object References (Dynamic HTML)
connections, database: 8.3. PEAR DB Basics (Programming PHP)
8.3.2. Connecting (Programming PHP)
8.5.2. Database Connection (Programming PHP)
Console_Getopt class: 20.3.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook), readPHPArgv( ): 20.3.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
consoles: 7.3.2.3. Interacting with the web browser (Web Database Applications)
constant-width expressions, Perl lookbehind assertions: 4.10.10. Lookahead and Lookbehind (Programming PHP)
constants: 3.1.5. Special Numeric Values (JavaScript)
23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
5.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
2.1.6.4. Constants (Programming PHP)
2.1.4. Constants (Web Database Applications)
in array keys: 5.2. Identifying Elements of an Array (Programming PHP)
assigning constant values to class properties: 7.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
code property values (DOMException): 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
color values: A. Color Names and RGB Values (Dynamic HTML)
constant expressions: 5.1. Expressions (JavaScript)
default function parameter values: 3.4.3. Default Parameters (Programming PHP)
defined by DOM interfaces: 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
defined, getting: A.2b. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (f-i) (Programming PHP)
defining with prototype properties: 8.4. Prototypes and Inheritance (JavaScript)
e: 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
encryption modes: 14.8.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
Event object (bitmask): 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
eventPhase property values: 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
Infinity, NaN, and Number: 3.1.5. Special Numeric Values (JavaScript)
ln10: 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
log2e: 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
M_E: 2.9.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
M_PI: 2.13.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
numeric: 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
MAX_VALUE: 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
MIN_VALUE: 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
NaN (not-a-number): 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
NEGATIVE_INFINITY: 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
pi: 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
primitiveType property values: 18.5.5. Traversing Style Sheets (JavaScript)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
putting on left side of comparison: 5.2.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
SQRT2: 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
constraints: 3.1.2. Terminology (Web Database Applications)
_ _construct( ): 7.3.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
constructor functions: 3.5.1. Creating Objects (JavaScript)
3.5.1. Creating Objects (JavaScript)
8.1.1. Creating Objects (JavaScript)
8.1.1. Creating Objects (JavaScript)
8.2. Constructors (JavaScript)
13.11.3. JavaScript in Interacting Windows (JavaScript)
23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
Date( ): 3.9. The Date Object (JavaScript)
Function( ), function literals vs.: 11.5. The Function( ) Constructor and Function Literals (JavaScript)
invoking with new operator: 5.10.3. The Object Creation Operator (new) (JavaScript)
methods, defining in: 8.3. Methods (JavaScript)
multiple frames/windows and: 13.11.3. JavaScript in Interacting Windows (JavaScript)
predefined vs. user-defined in multiple windows: 13.11.3. JavaScript in Interacting Windows (JavaScript)
prototype objects, defining: 8.4. Prototypes and Inheritance (JavaScript)
prototype property: 8.4. Prototypes and Inheritance (JavaScript)
8.7.1. The constructor Property (JavaScript)
constructor property: 8.7.1. The constructor Property (JavaScript)
23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
Array objects: 12.5. Core Objects (Dynamic HTML)
Boolean objects: 12.5. Core Objects (Dynamic HTML)
Date objects: 12.5. Core Objects (Dynamic HTML)
Error objects: 12.5. Core Objects (Dynamic HTML)
function objects: 12.5. Core Objects (Dynamic HTML)
Number objects: 12.5. Core Objects (Dynamic HTML)
Object objects: 12.5. Core Objects (Dynamic HTML)
regular expression objects: 12.5. Core Objects (Dynamic HTML)
String objects: 12.5. Core Objects (Dynamic HTML)
constructors: 7.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
6.4.4. Constructors (Programming PHP)
object, calling for parent: 7.8.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
object, defining: 7.3.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
containers
content distinguished from: 3.2.2. Box Positioning (Dynamic HTML)
document objects as: 1.6.1. DOM Level 0 (Dynamic HTML)
dragging elements: 6.7. Dragging Elements (Dynamic HTML)
elements and: 3.1. Observing HTML Structures (Dynamic HTML)
loading XML data into: 5.9.2. Embedding XML Data (Dynamic HTML)
manipulating text nodes: 5.7.1.2. W3C DOM text (Dynamic HTML)
nodes as: 1.6.3. W3C DOM Architecture (Dynamic HTML)
placing new text: 5.7.1.1. IE text (Dynamic HTML)
style sheet orientation: 3.1. Observing HTML Structures (Dynamic HTML)
W3C event propagation: 6.5. Event Propagation (Dynamic HTML)
containers for cached data: 10.15.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
containers for GUI widgets: 20.7.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
GtkHBox: 20.7.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
GtkTable: 20.7.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
GtkVBox: 20.7.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
menu bar: 20.9.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
containment
descendant selectors and: 3.7.3. Descendant Selectors (Dynamic HTML)
element containment: 3.3.2. The Cascade (Dynamic HTML)
3.8.4. Child Selectors (Dynamic HTML)
impact on inheritance: 3.2. Understanding Block-Level Elements (Dynamic HTML)
relationships: 3.1. Observing HTML Structures (Dynamic HTML)
contains( ): 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
contains( ) method: 5.7.1.1. IE text (Dynamic HTML)
9.5.3. Event Handlers (Dynamic HTML)
containsblanks( ): 7.3.1. Validating <form> Data with JavaScript (Web Database Applications)
containsNode( ) method, selection objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
content (see also dynamic content)
accessing: 1.6.3. W3C DOM Architecture (Dynamic HTML)
adding value considerations: 2.6. Cross-Platform Strategies (Dynamic HTML)
assigning with font tag: 2.3.7. Downloadable Fonts (Dynamic HTML)
block-level elements and: 3.2. Understanding Block-Level Elements (Dynamic HTML)
distinguished from: 3.2.2. Box Positioning (Dynamic HTML)
edge measurement attributes and: 4.2.2. top, right, bottom, and left Attributes (Dynamic HTML)
element positioning and: 1.5.2. Element Positioning and Layering (Dynamic HTML)
iframe element: 5.9.1. The iframe Element (Dynamic HTML)
iframe rendering of: 5.9.2. Embedding XML Data (Dynamic HTML)
manipulation methods: 5.7.1.1. IE text (Dynamic HTML)
modifying: 2.4.4. Dynamic Content (Dynamic HTML)
5.7.2.2. W3C DOM document tree (Dynamic HTML)
rendering literally: 5.7.1.1. IE text (Dynamic HTML)
scrollbars and overflow: 5.9.1. The iframe Element (Dynamic HTML)
separating design from: 3.6.3. Selecting a Style Sheet Style (Dynamic HTML)
static content: 2.2. Navigator 4 DHTML—Fading Fast (Dynamic HTML)
2.2. Navigator 4 DHTML—Fading Fast (Dynamic HTML)
style definitions and: 1.3. HTML (Dynamic HTML)
style sheet links and: 1.5. Style Sheets (Dynamic HTML)
XHTML and: 1.4. XHTML (Dynamic HTML)
content attribute, meta elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
content attribute (CSS): 11.5. Alphabetical Attribute Reference (Dynamic HTML)
content attribute, <meta>: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
content authors (see web content development)
Content-Length header: 11.3.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
content( ) (Perl): 15.8. The Perl API (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
content property
CSSStyleDeclaration objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
meta objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
style objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
window objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
content providers: 1.6. Who Are the Webmasters? (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
Content-Type header: 7.1. HTTP Basics (Programming PHP)
7.5.1. Different Content Types (Programming PHP)
12.1.2. Creating Virtual Documents (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
17.5. Media Types and Subtypes (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
images, sending to browser: 15.9.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
PNG image, sending to browser: 15.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
setting for XML: 12.2.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
ContentDigest directive (Apache): 18. Apache Configuration (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
contentDocument property
frame objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
iframe objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
object objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
contenteditable attribute: 8.2.1. Attributes (Dynamic HTML)
contentEditable property: 9.5.3. Event Handlers (Dynamic HTML)
content_encoding( ) (Perl): 15.8. The Perl API (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
content_languages( ) (Perl): 15.8. The Perl API (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
CONTENT_LENGTH variable (CGI): 12.4. CGI Environment Variables (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
contentOverflow property, event objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
content_type( ) (Perl): 15.8. The Perl API (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
contentType value: 3.6.2.2. The link element (Dynamic HTML)
CONTENT_TYPE variable (CGI): 12.4. CGI Environment Variables (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
contentWindow property
frame objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
iframe objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
contextual selectors (see descendant selectors)
contextual selectors (style sheets): 9.2.2. Contextual Selectors (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
continue statement: 12.7. Control Statements (Dynamic HTML)
continue statement (JavaScript): 11.2.10.5. Alphabetical statement reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
continue statements: 2.5.3. while (Programming PHP)
in do/while loop, bug in: 6.7. do/while (JavaScript)
6.12. continue (JavaScript)
in do/while loops: 2.5.3. while (Programming PHP)
in for loops: 2.5.4. for (Programming PHP)
semicolons in: 2.4. Optional Semicolons (JavaScript)
control characters: 2.6.1. String Literals (Web Database Applications)
control flow functions: 3.9.1.4. Miscellaneous operators and functions (Web Database Applications)
control markers (see tags, HTML)
controllers property, window objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
controls attribute, <img>: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
controls, form (see forms, HTML)
convert_cyr_string( ): A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
converting
data types: 11.1. Data Type Conversion (JavaScript)
automatic conversions, JavaScript: 11.1. Data Type Conversion (JavaScript)
explicit conversions: 11.1.2. Explicit Type Conversions (JavaScript)
Java to JavaScript: 22.1. Scripting Java Applets (JavaScript)
JavaObject objects to JavaScript primitive types: 22.6. JavaScript Conversion of JavaObjects (JavaScript)
manipulating Java types from JavaScript: 22.5. LiveConnect Data Conversion (JavaScript)
numbers to strings: 11.1.3. Converting Numbers to Strings (JavaScript)
objects to primitive values: 11.1.1. Object-to-Primitive Conversion (JavaScript)
strings to numbers: 11.1.4. Converting Strings to Numbers (JavaScript)
dates and times: 3.9. The Date Object (JavaScript)
objects to string literals: 8.7.2. The toString( ) Method (JavaScript)
variables: 4.1. Variable Typing (JavaScript)
converting data types: 2.4.4. Implicit Casting (Programming PHP)
between arrays and variables: 5.6. Converting Between Arrays and Variables (Programming PHP)
$_COOKIE array: 7.6.1. Cookies (Programming PHP)
cookie( ) (CGI.pm): 14. The CGI.pm Module (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
Cookie header: 11.4.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
17.4.2. The Cookie Request Header (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
cookie property: 14.1.2. Document Properties (JavaScript)
16. Scripting Cookies (JavaScript)
24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
document objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
parsing: 16.3. Reading Cookies (JavaScript)
cookie property (Document object): 11.3.4.5. Working with cookies (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
$_COOKIE superglobal array: 8.3.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
9.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
9.8.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
cookieEnabled property: 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
navigator object: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
CookieExpires directive (Apache): 19.37. mod_usertrack (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
CookieLog directive (Apache): 19.22. mod_log_config (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
cookies: 1.6.5. Read and Write Client State with Cookies (JavaScript)
16. Scripting Cookies (JavaScript)
8.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
7.6. Maintaining State (Programming PHP)
8.1.2. Cookies (Web Database Applications)
17.4. Cookies (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
adding verification hash to: 14.4.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
authentication based on: 8.11.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
browser capabilities information and: 8.8.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
CGI programs and: 14.3. Maintaining State (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
combining with sessions: 7.6.3. Combining Cookies and Sessions (Programming PHP)
decoding names: 7.6.1. Cookies (Programming PHP)
deleting: 16.2. Storing Cookies (JavaScript)
8.4.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
expiration time and other values: 8.4.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
domain attribute: 16.1. An Overview of Cookies (JavaScript)
16.2. Storing Cookies (JavaScript)
example of: 16.4. Cookie Example (JavaScript)
expires attribute: 16.1. An Overview of Cookies (JavaScript)
fetching URLs with: 11.4.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
global variable for uploaded file, overwriting: 12.3.3. Surviving register_globals (Programming PHP)
global variables for, controlling with variables_order directive: 12.1.2. Set variables_order (Programming PHP)
$HTTP_COOKIE_VARS array: 7.2. Variables (Programming PHP)
not setting for session management: 8.3.6. Session Management Without Cookies (Web Database Applications)
path attribute: 16.1. An Overview of Cookies (JavaScript)
16.2. Storing Cookies (JavaScript)
problems with: 7.6.1. Cookies (Programming PHP)
quotes state for operations: A.2b. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (f-i) (Programming PHP)
"headers already sent" error message: 8.19.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
reading: 16.3. Reading Cookies (JavaScript)
reading values of: 8.3.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
redirecting to different location: 8.5.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
secure attribute: 16.1. An Overview of Cookies (JavaScript)
16.2. Storing Cookies (JavaScript)
sending only over SSL connections: 14.11.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
session IDs, storing in: 7.6.2. Sessions (Programming PHP), alternative means for storing: 7.6.2.2. Alternatives to cookies (Programming PHP)
session tracking, use in: 8.6.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
setting: 8.2.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
A.3d. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (r-z) (Programming PHP)
domain, specifying: 8.2.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
expiration time: 8.2.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
paths for pages: 8.2.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
SSL connections, specifying: 8.2.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
setting preferences with: 7.6.1. Cookies (Programming PHP)
specification, original (web site): 16.1. An Overview of Cookies (JavaScript)
storing: 16.2. Storing Cookies (JavaScript), limitations, browser and server: 16.2.1. Cookie Limitations (JavaScript)
turning off: 8.3.6.2. Turning off cookies (Web Database Applications)
visibility of: 16.1. An Overview of Cookies (JavaScript)
writing specific cookie to file: 18.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
CookieTracking directive (Apache): 19.37. mod_usertrack (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
Coordinated Universal Time (see UTC)
coordinates
mouse pointer: 19.2.6.3. MouseEvent (JavaScript)
19.3.1. The IE Event Object (JavaScript)
pixel (where event occurred): 19.4.1. The Netscape 4 Event Object (JavaScript)
coordinates, graphic images: 15.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
arcs: 15.3.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
centered text in an image: 15.6.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
centered text in GD built-in fonts: 15.6.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
centered text in PostScript Type 1 fonts: 15.6.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
centered text in TrueType fonts: 15.6.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
lines, rectangles, and polygons: 15.2.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
coordinates, PDF pages: 10.3.1. Coordinates (Programming PHP), changing the origin: 10.3.1. Coordinates (Programming PHP)
coords attribute
a elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
area 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)
coords property
a objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
area objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
copy( ): 19.7.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
Copy command: D. Internet Explorer Commands (Dynamic HTML)
copy-on-write, managing memory with: 2.3.4. Garbage Collection (Programming PHP)
copying
a zval container: 14.6.2. SEPARATE_ZVAL( ) (Programming PHP)
array values into variables: 5.5. Extracting Multiple Values (Programming PHP)
by reference: 11.2. By Value Versus by Reference (JavaScript)
11.2.1. Primitive Types and Reference Types (JavaScript)
strings: 11.2.2. Copying and Passing Strings (JavaScript)
by value: 11.2. By Value Versus by Reference (JavaScript)
11.2.1. Primitive Types and Reference Types (JavaScript)
by reference vs.: 11.2.4. By Value Versus by Reference: Summary (JavaScript)
copying files: 19.7.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
CORBA, Satellite Client extension: B.1. Optional Extensions Listing (Programming PHP)
core directives, Apache server: 18.2. Basic Server Configuration: Core Directives (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
Core module: 1.6. Document Object Model (Dynamic HTML)
1.6.3. W3C DOM Architecture (Dynamic HTML)
1.7. Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) (Dynamic HTML)
7.4. DOM Modularization (DOM2 and DOM3) (Dynamic HTML)
cos( ): 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
2.12.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
Math object: 12.5. Core Objects (Dynamic HTML)
cosecant: 2.12.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
cosh( ): 2.12.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
2.12.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
cosine (arc): 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
cotangent: 2.12.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
count( ): 5.3.3. Getting the Size of an Array (Programming PHP)
A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
2.5.4.1. Counting elements in arrays (Web Database Applications)
4.1.2. Essential Functions for Accessing MySQL with PHP (Web Database Applications)
count( ), recomputing in array loops: 4.5.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
countCharacters( ): 17.2.1. Traversing a Document (JavaScript)
count_chars( ): A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
counter-increment attribute (CSS): 11.5. Alphabetical Attribute Reference (Dynamic HTML)
Counter object: 18.5.5. Traversing Style Sheets (JavaScript)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
counter-reset attribute (CSS): 11.5. Alphabetical Attribute Reference (Dynamic HTML)
counter that controls a loop, incrementing: 5.3. Arithmetic Operators (JavaScript)
counter variable: 6.6. while (JavaScript)
counterIncrement property, style, CSSStyleDeclaration objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
counterReset property, style, CSSStyleDeclaration objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
counters, initialization and manipulation in for statement: 2.5.4. for (Programming PHP)
counting lines, paragraphs, or records in a file: 18.7.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
counting references (garbage collection): 11.3.2. Garbage Collection by Reference Counting (JavaScript)
counting references to values in symbol tables: 2.3.4. Garbage Collection (Programming PHP)
country (LDAP): 17.8.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
countTags( ): 17.2.1. Traversing a Document (JavaScript)
cpuClass property, navigator object: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
crc32( ): A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
CREATE DATABASE statement: 3.4.1. Creating Databases (Web Database Applications)
3.5.1.2. Transferring data between databases and DBMSs (Web Database Applications)
CREATE TABLE statement: 3.2.2.2. Creating the winestore with SQL (Web Database Applications)
3.4.2. Creating Tables (Web Database Applications)
createAttribute( ): 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
createAttribute( ) method, document objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
createAttribute( ) (W3C DOM): 11.4. JavaScript API Reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
createAttributeNS( ): 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
createAttributeNS( ) method, document objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
CreateBookmark command: D. Internet Explorer Commands (Dynamic HTML)
createCaption( ): 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
createCaption( ) method, table objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
createCDATASection( ): 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
createCDATASection( ) method, document objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
createComment( ): 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
createComment( ) method, document objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
createComment( ) (W3C DOM): 11.4. JavaScript API Reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
createContextualFragment( ) method, Range objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
createControlRange( ) method: 9.5.3. Event Handlers (Dynamic HTML)
createCSSStyleSheet( ): 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
createCSSStyleSheet( ) method: 18.5.4. Creating Style Sheets (JavaScript)
createDocument( ): 17.2.7. Working with XML Documents (JavaScript)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
createDocument( ) method, implementation objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
createDocumentFragment( ): 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
createDocumentFragment( ) method, document objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
createDocumentFragment( ) (W3C DOM): 11.4. JavaScript API Reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
createDocumentType( ): 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
createDocumentType( ) method, implementation objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
createElement( ): 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript), document objects: 5.7.2.2. W3C DOM document tree (Dynamic HTML)
createElement( ) method
document objects: 2.4.4. Dynamic Content (Dynamic HTML)
9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
createElement( ) method: 17.2.4. Adding Content to a Document (JavaScript)
createElement( ) (W3C DOM): 11.4. JavaScript API Reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
createElementNS( ): 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
createElementNS( ) method, document objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
createEntityReference( ): 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
createEntityReference( ) method, document objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
createEvent( ): 19.2.9. Synthesizing Events (JavaScript)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
createEvent( ) method, document objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
createEventObject( ) method, document objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
create_function( ): 6.13.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
3.7. Anonymous Functions (Programming PHP)
A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
createHTMLDocument( ): 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
createHTMLDocument( ) DOMImplementation object: 11.4. JavaScript API Reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
CreateLink command: D. Internet Explorer Commands (Dynamic HTML)
createNodeIterator( ): 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
createNodeIterator( ) method, document objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
createNodeIterator( ) method: 17.5.1.1. NodeIterator and TreeWalker (JavaScript)
create_parser( ): 11.3.4.1. External entities (Programming PHP)
createPopup( ) method, window objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
createProcessingInstruction( ): 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
createProcessingInstruction( ) method, document objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
createRange( ): 17.5.2.1. Start and end positions (JavaScript)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
createRange( ) method
document objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
selection objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
createRangeCollection( ) method, selection objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
createSequence( ): 8.4.5. Sequences (Programming PHP)
createStyleSheet( ) method, document objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
createTextNode( ): 17.2.3. Modifying a Document (JavaScript)
17.2.4. Adding Content to a Document (JavaScript)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
createTextNode( ) method
Document objects: 2.4.4. Dynamic Content (Dynamic HTML)
5.7.2.2. W3C DOM document tree (Dynamic HTML)
createTextNode( ) (W3C DOM): 11.4. JavaScript API Reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
createTextRange( ) method
body objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
button objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
input (type="button") objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
input (type="hidden") objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
input (type="password") objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
input (type="reset") objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
input (type="submit") objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
input (type="text") objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
textarea objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
createTFoot( ): 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
createTFoot( ) method, table objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
createTHead( ): 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
createTHead( ) method, table objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
createTreeWalker( ): 17.5.1.1. NodeIterator and TreeWalker (JavaScript)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
createTreeWalker( ) method, document objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
creating
arrays: 2.5.1. Creating Arrays (Web Database Applications)
databases: 3.4.1. Creating Databases (Web Database Applications)
formatted output: 2.6.2.1. Creating formatted output with sprintf( ) and printf( ) (Web Database Applications)
objects: 2.11. Objects (Web Database Applications)
PHP scripts: 2.1.1.1. Creating PHP scripts (Web Database Applications)
tables: 3.4.2. Creating Tables (Web Database Applications), with visual appeal: 4.3.1. Step 1: Producing Visually Appealing Tables (Web Database Applications)
winestore application with SQL: 3.2.2.2. Creating the winestore with SQL (Web Database Applications)
creator property: 20.1.1. The Least-Common-Denominator Approach (JavaScript)
credentials: 7.5.4. Authentication (Programming PHP)
credit-card processing services
CCVS library: B.1. Optional Extensions Listing (Programming PHP)
Cybercash libraries: B.1. Optional Extensions Listing (Programming PHP)
validator, using Luhn checksum: 4.9.3.1. Matching (Programming PHP)
Verisign Payflow Pro extension: B.1. Optional Extensions Listing (Programming PHP)
cron tables: 13.1.1. cron Jobs (Web Database Applications)
crond daemon: 13.1.1. cron Jobs (Web Database Applications)
cross-platform
position scripting: 4.4. Cross-Platform Position Scripting (Dynamic HTML)
scripting: 4.4. Cross-Platform Position Scripting (Dynamic HTML)
strategies: 2.6. Cross-Platform Strategies (Dynamic HTML)
style differences: 3.10. Cross-Platform Style Differences (Dynamic HTML)
techniques: 6.4.4. Cross-Browser Techniques (Dynamic HTML)
crypt( ): 14.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
9.3. Authentication Using a Database (Web Database Applications)
10.2.1. Customer Validation (Web Database Applications)
encrypting passwords: 14.5.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
one-way encryption, use of: 14.5.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
salt string to: 9.4.3.3. Authentication script (Web Database Applications)
using password( ) instead of: 9.3.1. MySQL encryption (Web Database Applications)
crypto property, window objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
cryptography: 14.8.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
E.4. Security and Cryptography Resources (Web Database Applications)
(see also encryption)
mcrypt extension: B.1. Optional Extensions Listing (Programming PHP)
mhash library: B.1. Optional Extensions Listing (Programming PHP)
resources for further reading: E.4. Security and Cryptography Resources (Web Database Applications)
SSL protocol and: 9.5.1.2. Cipher suites (Web Database Applications)
CSS (Cascading Style Sheets): 1.5.1. CSS Rationale (Dynamic HTML)
1.6.1. Control Document Appearance and Content (JavaScript)
18. Cascading Style Sheets and Dynamic HTML (JavaScript)
1.3. Web Content: HTML, XML, CGI, JavaScript, and PHP (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
9.4. CSS Reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
attribute assignment syntax: 3.5.2. CSS Attribute Assignment Syntax (Dynamic HTML)
cascading precedence rule: 3.9.2. Determining a Selector's Specificity (Dynamic HTML)
characteristics: 3.3.2. The Cascade (Dynamic HTML)
as common denominator: 2.6.5. Designing for the Common Denominator (Dynamic HTML)
CSS3: 1.5. Style Sheets (Dynamic HTML)
7.3. CSS Modularization (CSS3) (Dynamic HTML)
CSS-P (Cascading Style Sheets-Positioning)
absolute positioning: 4.1.3. Overlapping Versus Wrapping Elements (Dynamic HTML)
attributes: 4.1.1. Setting the position Attribute (Dynamic HTML)
capabilities: 1.5.2. Element Positioning and Layering (Dynamic HTML)
as common denominator: 2.6.5. Designing for the Common Denominator (Dynamic HTML)
element positioning: 1.5. Style Sheets (Dynamic HTML)
element positioning origin: 4. Adding Dynamic Positioning to Documents (Dynamic HTML)
layering and: 2.3.3. CSS Positioning and Layering (Dynamic HTML)
overflow attribute: 4.2.4. The overflow Attribute (Dynamic HTML)
style sheet rule attributes: 4.2. Positioning Attributes (Dynamic HTML)
defining and using (example): 18.1.5. CSS Example (JavaScript)
DOM APIs for: 18.5. Other DOM APIs for Styles and Style Sheets (JavaScript)
CSSStyleDeclaration object: 18.5.2. Computed Styles (JavaScript)
DOMImplementation object: 18.5.4. Creating Style Sheets (JavaScript)
override styles: 18.5.3. Override Styles (JavaScript)
traversing style sheets: 18.5.5. Traversing Style Sheets (JavaScript)
element containment and: 3.3. Two Types of Containment (Dynamic HTML)
element display and visibility: 18.2.4. Element Display and Visibility (JavaScript), partial visibility: 18.2.5. Partial Visibility: overflow and clip (JavaScript)
element positioning: 18.2. Element Positioning with CSS (JavaScript)
example: 18.2.6. CSS Positioning Example (JavaScript)
position attribute: 18.2.1. The Key to DHTML: The position Attribute (JavaScript)
specifying position and size: 18.2.2. Specifying the Position and Size of Elements (JavaScript)
z-index attribute (stacking order): 18.2.3. The Third Dimension: z-index (JavaScript)
JavaScript, manipulating styles with: 18.3. Scripting Styles (JavaScript)
DHTML animations: 18.3.4. DHTML Animations (JavaScript)
dynamic bar charts (example): 18.3.3. Example: Dynamic Bar Charts (JavaScript)
naming CSS attributes in JavaScript: 18.3.1. Naming Conventions: CSS Attributes in JavaScript (JavaScript)
Netscape 6: 2.4.2. Cascading Style Sheets (Dynamic HTML)
Netscape 4 Layer API: 17.4. DOM Compatibility with Netscape 4 (JavaScript)
overlaying to different pages: 2.6.3. Overlaying a Different Page (Dynamic HTML)
properties: 9.4. CSS Reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
scripting styles: 11.3.7. DHTML: Scripting CSS Styles (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
style attributes: 18.1. Styles and Style Sheets with CSS (JavaScript), Style object and: 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
style properties, Layer property equivalents: 18.4.2. DHTML in Netscape 4 (JavaScript)
style rules
applying to documents: 18.1.1. Applying Style Rules to Document Elements (JavaScript)
determining precedence of: 18.1.3. The Cascade (JavaScript)
style rules and: 1.5.1. CSS Rationale (Dynamic HTML)
style sheets, associating with documents: 18.1.2. Associating Style Sheets with Documents (JavaScript)
versions of: 18.1.4. Versions of CSS (JavaScript)
CSS (Cascading Style Sheets), templates and: 13.2.1.2. The template (Web Database Applications)
.css extension: 3.6.2.1. External style sheet files (Dynamic HTML)
3.6.3. Selecting a Style Sheet Style (Dynamic HTML)
CSSCharsetRule object: 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
CSSDeclaration object: 4.3.3.2. W3C getComputedStyles( ) method (Dynamic HTML)
cssFloat property
CSSStyleDeclaration objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
style objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
CSSFontFaceRule object: 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
CSSImportRule object: 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
CSSImportRule objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
CSSMediaRule object: 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
CSSMediaRule objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
CSSPageRule object: 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
CSSPageRule objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
CSSPrimitiveValue object: 18.5.5. Traversing Style Sheets (JavaScript)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
CSS2Properties collection: 5.6.1. The style Property (Dynamic HTML)
CSS2Properties object: 18.3. Scripting Styles (JavaScript)
18.5.1. Style Declarations (JavaScript)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
property names, CSS attributes vs.: 18.3.1. Naming Conventions: CSS Attributes in JavaScript (JavaScript)
style properties, working with: 18.3.2. Working with Style Properties (JavaScript)
cssRule object: 5.6.3. Other Techniques (Dynamic HTML)
5.6.3. Other Techniques (Dynamic HTML)
CSSRule objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
CSSRuleList object: 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
CSSRuleList objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
cssRules objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
cssRules property: 5.6.3. Other Techniques (Dynamic HTML)
CSSRule objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
rule objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
styleSheet objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
CSSStyleDeclaration object: 18.5.1. Style Declarations (JavaScript)
18.5.5. Traversing Style Sheets (JavaScript)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
CSSStyleDeclaration objects: 5.6.1. The style Property (Dynamic HTML)
5.6.3. Other Techniques (Dynamic HTML)
9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
CSSStyleRule object: 18.5.5. Traversing Style Sheets (JavaScript)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
CSSStyleSheet object: 18.5.4. Creating Style Sheets (JavaScript)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
creating: 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
CSSStyleSheet objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
cssText property: 5.6.3. Other Techniques (Dynamic HTML)
5.6.3. Other Techniques (Dynamic HTML)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
CSSRule objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
CSSStyleDeclaration objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
rule objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
style objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
styleSheet objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
CSSUnknownRule object: 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
CSSValue object: 18.5.5. Traversing Style Sheets (JavaScript)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
CSSValueList object: 18.5.5. Traversing Style Sheets (JavaScript)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
cssValueType property: 18.5.5. Traversing Style Sheets (JavaScript)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
CSV (see comma-separated values)
ctrlKey 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)
ctrlLeft property, event objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
ctype library: B.1. Optional Extensions Listing (Programming PHP)
cue-after attribute (CSS): 11.5. Alphabetical Attribute Reference (Dynamic HTML)
cue attribute (CSS): 11.5. Alphabetical Attribute Reference (Dynamic HTML)
cue-before attribute (CSS): 11.5. Alphabetical Attribute Reference (Dynamic HTML)
cue property
CSSStyleDeclaration objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
style objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
cueAfter property
CSSStyleDeclaration objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
style objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
cueBefore property
CSSStyleDeclaration objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
style objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
cURL extension: 11.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
downloading and using with FTP: 17.7.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
HTTPS URL, retrieving: 11.6.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
including response headers in output from curl_exec( ): 11.7.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
redirects to another web page: 11.2.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
retrieving remote URLs with cookies: 11.4.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
retrieving URL contents: 11.2.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
retrieving URLs with headers: 11.5.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
retrieving web pages for stale-links.php program: 11.15. Program: Finding Stale Links (PHP Cookbook)
username and password in URL: 11.2.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
Òcookie jarÓ feature: 11.4.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
CURL functions: B.1. Optional Extensions Listing (Programming PHP)
curl_close( ): 17.7.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook), printing debugging information to standard error: 11.7.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
curl_exec( ): 11.2.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
17.7.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
printing debugging information to standard error: 11.7.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
curl_init( ): 17.7.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
CURLOPT_COOKIE option: 11.4.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
CURLOPT_HEADER option: 11.7.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
CURLOPT_HTTPHEADER option: 11.5.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
CURLOPT_VERBOSE option: 11.7.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
curl_setopt( ): 17.7.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
17.7.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
curly braces (see { }, under Symbols)
12.5.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
curly braces ({})
CSS style sheets: 9.2. Style Syntax (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
JavaScript: 11.2.10.2. Compound statements (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
currency formats for locales: 16.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
16.7.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
current( ): 5.7.2. The Iterator Functions (Programming PHP)
A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
2.5.3. Using Array Pointers (Web Database Applications)
current directory: 19.8.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
current position in a file: 18.15.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
current property, history objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
current_callback( ) (Perl): 15.8. The Perl API (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
currentNode property: 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript), TreeWalker objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
currentStyle objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
currentStyle property: 2.3.2. Cascading Style Sheets (Dynamic HTML)
4.3.3.1. IE currentStyle property (Dynamic HTML)
9.5.3. Event Handlers (Dynamic HTML)
currentStyle property (IE 5 and later): 18.5.2. Computed Styles (JavaScript)
currentTarget property: 6.5.2. W3C Event Capture (Dynamic HTML)
19.2.3. addEventListener( ) and the this Keyword (JavaScript)
19.2.6.1. Event (JavaScript)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
event objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
cursor attribute (CSS): 11.5. Alphabetical Attribute Reference (Dynamic HTML)
cursor, positioning in PDF text: 10.3.2. Text Functions (Programming PHP)
10.4.2. Graphics (Programming PHP)
cursor property
CSSStyleDeclaration objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
style objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
curves, drawing open or filled: 15.3.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
custom error handling functions: 8.17.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
custom objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
customer.2 script (data entry): 10.2.2. The Customer <form> (Web Database Applications)
customer.3 script (receipt): 10.2.3. The Customer Receipt Page (Web Database Applications)
customer.1 script (validation): 10.2.1. Customer Validation (Web Database Applications)
customers
authenticating: 9.4.3. Case Study: Customer Authentication (Web Database Applications)
managing: 10. Winestore Customer Management (Web Database Applications)
<form> for: 10.2.2. The Customer <form> (Web Database Applications)
receipt page for: 10.2.3. The Customer Receipt Page (Web Database Applications)
scripts for: 10.2. Customer Management (Web Database Applications)
validation script for: 10.2.1. Customer Validation (Web Database Applications)
customizing form buttons: 6.2.7. Custom Buttons (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
customizing session information storage: 7.6.2.3. Custom storage (Programming PHP)
CustomLog directive (Apache): 19.22. mod_log_config (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
custom_response( ) (Perl): 15.8. The Perl API (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
Cut command: D. Internet Explorer Commands (Dynamic HTML)
cut subpattern, Perl regular expressions: 4.10.11. Cut (Programming PHP)
Cybercash library: B.1. Optional Extensions Listing (Programming PHP)
CyberMUT (financial transaction service): B.1. Optional Extensions Listing (Programming PHP)
cyclical references: 11.3.2. Garbage Collection by Reference Counting (JavaScript)

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