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\d (digits, ASCII): 10.1.2. Character Classes (JavaScript)
data
inserting: 3.5.1. Inserting Data (Web Database Applications)
INSERT INTO ... SELECT statement and: 3.8.3. INSERTing with a SELECT Statement (Web Database Applications)
outputting with echo/print statements: 2.1.1.3. Outputting data with echo and print (Web Database Applications)
passing for queries: 5.1. User Input (Web Database Applications)
tainted: 5.1.4. Security and User Data (Web Database Applications)
web security for: 9.5. Protecting Data on the Web (Web Database Applications)
working with: 3.5. Inserting, Updating, and Deleting Data (Web Database Applications)
writing to databases: 1.5.2.3. Data entry and saving records to a database (Web Database Applications)
6. Writing to Web Databases (Web Database Applications)
data-access module: 1.4.1. Database Management Systems (Web Database Applications)
data attribute, object elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
data attribute, <object>: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
data binding: 2.3.9. Additional Windows-Only Features (Dynamic HTML)
5.8. Dynamic Tables (Dynamic HTML)
Data Definition Language (DDL): 8.2. Relational Databases and SQL (Programming PHP)
1.4.4.2. SQL components (Web Database Applications)
data, embedding for XML: 5.9.2. Embedding XML Data (Dynamic HTML)
data entry, script for: 10.2.2. The Customer <form> (Web Database Applications)
Data Manipulation Language (DML): 8.2. Relational Databases and SQL (Programming PHP)
1.4.4.2. SQL components (Web Database Applications)
data property: 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
Comment objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
event objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
object objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
Text objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
data source (LDAP): 17.8.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
data source name (see DSN)
data source name (DSN): 8.7.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
10.4.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
data types: 3. Data Types and Values (JavaScript)
4.1. Variable Typing (JavaScript)
2.2. Data Types (Programming PHP)
array elements: 4.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
arrays: 3.6. Arrays (JavaScript)
9.1. Arrays and Array Elements (JavaScript)
2.2.5. Arrays (Programming PHP)
5. Arrays (Programming PHP)
JavaArray class: 22.4.4. The JavaArray Class (JavaScript)
boolean: 3.3. Boolean Values (JavaScript)
booleans: 2.2.4. Booleans (Programming PHP)
casting: 2.4.4. Implicit Casting (Programming PHP)
2.4.11. Casting Operators (Programming PHP)
checking numbers for specific: 2.2.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
complex, encapsulating as strings: 5.8.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
converting: 11.1. Data Type Conversion (JavaScript)
automatic conversions: 11.1. Data Type Conversion (JavaScript)
explicit conversions: 11.1.2. Explicit Type Conversions (JavaScript)
Java to JavaScript: 22.1. Scripting Java Applets (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)
converting between with unpack( ): 1.14.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
converting values to given type: A.3d. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (r-z) (Programming PHP)
DOM: 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
extension function return values: 14.8. Returning Values (Programming PHP)
arrays: 14.8.2. Arrays (Programming PHP)
objects: 14.8.3. Objects (Programming PHP)
simple types: 14.8.1. Simple Types (Programming PHP)
floating-point: 1.6.6. Still More Features (JavaScript)
3.1. Numbers (JavaScript)
floating-point numbers: 2.2.2. Floating-Point Numbers (Programming PHP)
A.2b. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (f-i) (Programming PHP)
functions as: 7.2. Functions as Data (JavaScript)
functions for: A.1. PHP Functions by Category (Programming PHP)
functions vs.: 3.4. Functions (JavaScript)
gettype( ) function: A.2b. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (f-i) (Programming PHP)
in printf( ) format modifiers: 4.2.3.2. Type specifiers (Programming PHP)
integers: 2.2.1. Integers (Programming PHP)
A.2b. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (f-i) (Programming PHP)
is_double( ) function: A.2b. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (f-i) (Programming PHP)
Java: 22.4.2. The JavaClass Class (JavaScript)
24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
JavaClass class: 22.4.2. The JavaClass Class (JavaScript)
JavaScript: 1. Introduction to JavaScript (JavaScript)
boolean: 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
Date objects: 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
numbers: 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
Object class: 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
strings: 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
LiveConnect: 22.4. LiveConnect Data Types (JavaScript), Java to JavaScript conversion: 22.7. Java-to-JavaScript Data Conversion (JavaScript)
manipulating by value and by reference: 11.2. By Value Versus by Reference (JavaScript)
NULL value: 2.2.8. NULL (Programming PHP)
object: 8. Objects (JavaScript)
(see also objects)
null values: 3.7. null (JavaScript)
Object, Array, and Function: 3. Data Types and Values (JavaScript)
object operands, converting to strings or numbers: 5.3. Arithmetic Operators (JavaScript)
objects: 2.2.6. Objects (Programming PHP)
6. Objects (Programming PHP)
of operands: 5.2.2. Type of Operands (JavaScript)
operators and: 5.2.2. Type of Operands (JavaScript)
primitive: 3. Data Types and Values (JavaScript)
converting objects to: 8.7.4. The valueOf( ) Method (JavaScript)
reference types vs.: 11.2.1. Primitive Types and Reference Types (JavaScript)
wrapper objects: 3.12. Primitive Data Type Wrapper Objects (JavaScript)
pval/zval: 14.6. The pval/zval Data Type (Programming PHP)
macros to access zval fields: 14.6.4. Accessor Macros (Programming PHP)
zval_copy_ctor( ) function: 14.6.3. zval_copy_ctor( ) (Programming PHP)
strings: 3.2. Strings (JavaScript)
2.2.3. Strings (Programming PHP)
4. Strings (Programming PHP)
(see also strings)
property names: 8.6. Objects as Associative Arrays (JavaScript)
TypeError exceptions: 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
typeof operator: 5.10.2. The typeof Operator (JavaScript)
type_spec strings: 14.7. Parameter Handling (Programming PHP), specification characters/modifiers: 14.7. Parameter Handling (Programming PHP)
xmlrpc extension and: 11.5.2. Clients (Programming PHP)
data versioning: 6.2.3.3. The table-level locking paradigm in MySQL (Web Database Applications)
database abstraction layers available for PHP: 10.4.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
database connection handles: 10.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
database connection leaks: 20.6. Monitoring Web Performance Using Perl (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
database deletes: 6.1. Database Inserts, Updates, and Deletes (Web Database Applications)
6.1.3. Inserting, Updating, and Deleting Data (Web Database Applications)
6.1.3.5. Deleting data (Web Database Applications)
database-driven querying: 1.5.2.1. Database-driven querying (Web Database Applications)
(see also querying, database-driven)
database inserts: 6.1. Database Inserts, Updates, and Deletes (Web Database Applications)
6.1.3. Inserting, Updating, and Deleting Data (Web Database Applications)
sample script for: 6.1.3.4. Case study: Inserts and updates in practice (Web Database Applications)
database management system: 1.1. Three-Tier Architectures (Web Database Applications)
(see also DBMS)
database queries (see SQL)
database recovery: 6.2.3.5. What isn't covered here (Web Database Applications)
database tier: 1.1. Three-Tier Architectures (Web Database Applications)
1.4. The Database Tier (Web Database Applications)
managing sessions in: D. Managing Sessions in the Database Tier (Web Database Applications)
resources for further reading: E.3. Database Tier Resources (Web Database Applications)
storing session variables in: 8.5.2.1. Need for centralized session store (Web Database Applications)
database updates: 6.1. Database Inserts, Updates, and Deletes (Web Database Applications)
6.1.3. Inserting, Updating, and Deleting Data (Web Database Applications)
6.1.3.3. Updating data (Web Database Applications)
sample script for: 6.1.3.4. Case study: Inserts and updates in practice (Web Database Applications)
database writes: 6. Writing to Web Databases (Web Database Applications)
database_interface (DSN): 10.4.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
databases: 10.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
1.1. What Does PHP Do? (Programming PHP)
8. Databases (Programming PHP)
1.4.1. Database Management Systems (Web Database Applications)
1.4.1. Database Management Systems (Web Database Applications)
3.1.2. Terminology (Web Database Applications)
accessing with PHP
configuring database support: 8.1. Using PHP to Access a Database (Programming PHP)
using database-specific extensions: 8.1. Using PHP to Access a Database (Programming PHP)
with PEAR DB library: 8.1. Using PHP to Access a Database (Programming PHP)
advanced techniques: 8.4. Advanced Database Techniques (Programming PHP), placeholders for query values: 8.4.1. Placeholders (Programming PHP)
caching queries and results: 10.15.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
connecting to: 8.3.2. Connecting (Programming PHP)
creating: 3.4.1. Creating Databases (Web Database Applications)
data source names (DSNs): 8.3.1. Data Source Names (Programming PHP)
DB abstraction layer: 10.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
DB database abstraction layer, backends supported by PEAR DB: 10.4.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
DBM: 10.3.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
accessing with DBA abstraction layer: 10.3.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
handlers compiled into your PHP installation: 10.3.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
handlers, differing behavior of: 10.3.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
username and password database: 10.3.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
disconnecting from: 8.3.6. Disconnecting (Programming PHP)
displaying structure of with SHOW command: 3.4.4. Displaying Database Structure with SHOW (Web Database Applications)
error checking: 8.3.3. Error Checking (Programming PHP)
escaping quotes in queried data: 10.10.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
filePro extension: B.1. Optional Extensions Listing (Programming PHP)
finding number of rows returned by a query: 10.9.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
Hyperwave library for storing and managing documents: B.1. Optional Extensions Listing (Programming PHP)
Informix, extension for: B.1. Optional Extensions Listing (Programming PHP)
Ingres II, extension for: B.1. Optional Extensions Listing (Programming PHP)
inserting uploaded files into: 6.1.2. Uploading and Inserting Files into Databases (Web Database Applications)
InterBase extension: B.1. Optional Extensions Listing (Programming PHP)
logging debugging information and errors: 10.11.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
metadata: 8.4.6. Metadata (Programming PHP)
Microsoft SQL Server extension: B.1. Optional Extensions Listing (Programming PHP)
migrating data and: 3.5.1.2. Transferring data between databases and DBMSs (Web Database Applications)
MySQL (see MySQL)
accessing, querying, and printing result: 1.4.3. Databases (Programming PHP)
extension for: B.1. Optional Extensions Listing (Programming PHP)
mSQL server extension: B.1. Optional Extensions Listing (Programming PHP)
session information, storing in: 7.6.2.3. Custom storage (Programming PHP)
non-MySQL, accessing: 4.4. Interacting with Other DBMSs Using PHP (Web Database Applications)
nonrelational databases supported by PHP: 10.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
ODBC extension: B.1. Optional Extensions Listing (Programming PHP)
Oracle extensions: B.1. Optional Extensions Listing (Programming PHP)
Oracle (OCI8 interface): 10.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
Ovrimos SQL extension: B.1. Optional Extensions Listing (Programming PHP)
paginated links for series of records: 10.14.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
persistent connections: 10.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
plaintext files as: 10.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
Postgre SQL extension: B.1. Optional Extensions Listing (Programming PHP)
queries: 8.3.4. Issuing a Query (Programming PHP)
8.4.2. Prepare/Execute (Programming PHP)
(see also SQL)
preparing for multiple executions: 8.4.2. Prepare/Execute (Programming PHP)
response details, methods providing: 8.4.4. Details About a Query Response (Programming PHP)
queries, building programmatically: 10.13.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
read and write handlers: 7.6.2.3. Custom storage (Programming PHP)
relational databases and SQL: 8.2. Relational Databases and SQL (Programming PHP)
relational databases supported by PHP: 10.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
repeating queries efficiently: 10.8.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
replication for performance tuning: 13.5.5.3. MySQL replication (Programming PHP)
retrieving rows without a loop: 10.6.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
sample application: 8.5. Sample Application (Programming PHP)
adding a business: 8.5.4. Adding a Business (Programming PHP)
administrator's page: 8.5.3. Administrator's Page (Programming PHP)
database connection: 8.5.2. Database Connection (Programming PHP)
database tables: 8.5.1. Database Tables (Programming PHP)
displaying database information: 8.5.5. Displaying the Database (Programming PHP)
sequences: 8.4.5. Sequences (Programming PHP)
serialized data going into: 5.8.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
shortcuts for performing query/fetching results: 8.4.3. Shortcuts (Programming PHP)
vs. spreadsheets: 1.4.2. Why Use a DBMS? (Web Database Applications)
SQL
connecting to: 10.4.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
modifying data in: 10.7.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
portability of: 10.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
querying: 10.5.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
storing and retrieving threaded messages: 10.16. Program: Storing a Threaded Message Board (PHP Cookbook)
storing sessions in: 8.7.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
pc_DB_Session class: 8.7.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
php_session table: 8.7.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
Sybase extension: B.1. Optional Extensions Listing (Programming PHP)
terminology for: 3.1. Database Basics (Web Database Applications)
text files as: 10.2.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
transactions: 8.4.7. Transactions (Programming PHP)
unique IDs, assigning automatically: 10.12.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
user accounts: 8.27. Program: Website Account (De)activator (PHP Cookbook)
using for authentication: 9.3. Authentication Using a Database (Web Database Applications)
writing to: 6. Writing to Web Databases (Web Database Applications)
datafld attribute
a elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
applet elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
button elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
div elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
frame elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
iframe elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
img elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
input elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
label elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
marquee elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
param elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
select elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
span elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
dataFld property: 5.8. Dynamic Tables (Dynamic HTML)
a objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
applet objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
button objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
div objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
event objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
frame objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
iframe objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
img objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
input (type="button") objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
input (type="checkbox") 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="radio") objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
input (type="text") objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
label objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
marquee objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
object objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
select objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
textarea objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
dataformatas attribute
button elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
div elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
label elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
marquee elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
param elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
span elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
dataFormatAs property
a objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
button objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
div objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
img objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
label objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
marquee objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
dataPageSize property, table objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
datasrc attribute
a elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
applet elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
button elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
div elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
frame elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
iframe elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
img elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
input elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
label elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
marquee elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
param elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
select elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
span elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
dataSrc property
a objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
applet objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
button objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
div objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
frame objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
iframe objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
img objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
input (type="button") objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
input (type="checkbox") 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="radio") objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
input (type="text") objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
label objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
marquee objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
object objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
select objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
textarea objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
dataTransfer objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
dataTransfer property, event objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
datatypes: 3.4.2. Creating Tables (Web Database Applications)
JavaScript: 11.2.8. Data Types (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
PHP: 16.5. Data Types (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
date( ): 3.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
3.2.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
3.2.4. See Also (PHP Cookbook)
9.12.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
2.8.2. Formatting a Date (Web Database Applications)
7.2.1.1. Validating dates (Web Database Applications)
converting Unix timestamp to human-friendly format: 17.6.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
day of week, month, or year, week of the year: 3.8.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
formatting dates and times: 3.5.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
date and time: 3.9. The Date Object (JavaScript)
2.8. Date and Time Functions (Web Database Applications)
dates, validating: 7.2.1.1. Validating dates (Web Database Applications)
SQL functions for: 3.9.1.3. Date and time functions (Web Database Applications)
date and time, SSI format for: 13.2. Basic SSI Directives (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
13.4. Configurable Time Formats for SSI Output (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
Date object: 1.6.6. Still More Features (JavaScript)
3. Data Types and Values (JavaScript)
3.9. The Date Object (JavaScript)
3.9. The Date Object (JavaScript)
23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
+ operator, string concatenation with: 11.1.1. Object-to-Primitive Conversion (JavaScript)
converting to primitive data type: 5.4.1. Equality (==) and Identity (===) (JavaScript)
copying, passing, and comparing by reference: 11.2.1. Primitive Types and Reference Types (JavaScript)
localized values for: 8.7.3. The toLocaleString( ) Method (JavaScript)
methods, listing of: 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
Netscape 2, bugs in: 20.1.1. The Least-Common-Denominator Approach (JavaScript)
Date object (JavaScript): 11.4. JavaScript API Reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
Date objects: 12.5. Core Objects (Dynamic HTML)
DATE_GMT variable (SSI): 13.3. SSI Environment Variables (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
DATE_LOCAL variable (SSI): 13.3. SSI Environment Variables (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
dates and times: 3.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
adding to/subtracting from a date: 3.11.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
button displaying current time: 20.8.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
20.9.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
calendar events
ICAP extension: B.1. Optional Extensions Listing (Programming PHP)
MCAL extension: B.1. Optional Extensions Listing (Programming PHP)
calendar library: B.1. Optional Extensions Listing (Programming PHP)
checkdate( ) function: A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
converting to/from epoch timestamps: 3.3.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
cookie expiration date, setting: 16.2. Storing Cookies (JavaScript)
Coordinated Universal Time (see UTC)
current and last modified date, adding to HTML document: 14.2. Dynamically Generated Documents (JavaScript)
current, finding: 3.2.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook), printing todayÕs date in month/day/year format: 3.2.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
date( ), formatting with: A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
dates, formatting for printf( ): 4.2.3.2. Type specifiers (Programming PHP)
daylight saving time (see daylight saving time)
difference between two dates: 3.6.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
difference between two dates with, Julian days: 3.7.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
dropdown menus based on current date: 9.12.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
expiration time for cookies: 8.2.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
file modification times: 18.6.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
finding day in a week, month, year or week number in a year: 3.8.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
forcing user to log out after fixed time interval: 8.10.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
formatting for locales: 16.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
A.3d. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (r-z) (Programming PHP)
functions for: A.1. PHP Functions by Category (Programming PHP)
generating high-precision time: 3.14.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
generating time ranges: 3.15.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
getdate( ) function: A.2b. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (f-i) (Programming PHP)
gettimeofday( ): A.2b. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (f-i) (Programming PHP)
gmmktime( ) function: A.2b. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (f-i) (Programming PHP)
inserting current date and time with NOW( ): 10.8.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
ISO 8601 string, returned by XML-RPC application: 12.8.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
last modification to document: 1.6.6. Still More Features (JavaScript)
24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
last modified time for URLs: 11.16. Program: Finding Fresh Links (PHP Cookbook)
localizing: 16.6.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
microtime( ): 2.6.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
3.14.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
non-Gregorian calendars, using: 3.16.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
parsing from strings: 3.10.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
printing in specified format: 3.5.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
printing out monthÕs calendar with pc_calendar( ): 3.17. Program: Calendar (PHP Cookbook)
requests in web server access logs: 11.14.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
seconds and microseconds since Unix epoch: A.2c. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (j-q) (Programming PHP)
sorting dates: 4.18.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
start date for time ranges: 3.15.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
time zones: 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
time zones, calculating times in different: 3.12.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook), offsets between time zones: 3.12.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
timeout for current script, setting: A.3d. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (r-z) (Programming PHP)
timeouts for FTP connections: 17.7.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
timestamps: A.2b. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (f-i) (Programming PHP)
A.2c. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (j-q) (Programming PHP)
A.2c. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (j-q) (Programming PHP)
A.3d. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (r-z) (Programming PHP)
timestamps for files: 19.2.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
timing code execution: 8.26.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
timing programs for performance tuning: 8.20.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
validating dates: 3.9.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
datetime attribute
del elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
ins elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
<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)
dateTime property: 9.5.3. Event Handlers (Dynamic HTML)
del objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
ins objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
day of the week, month, or year: 3.8.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
daylight saving time: 3.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
3.13.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
adding to/subtracting from dates: 3.11.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
difference between two dates with Julian days: 3.7.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
differences between two epoch timestamps, effect on: 3.6.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
DST flag: 3.3.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
zoneinfo time zones, information about: 3.12.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
DAYOFWEEK( ) (MySQL): 3.8.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
days
day of month, local time: 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
day of month, UTC time: 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
day of week, local time: 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
day of week, UTC time: 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
days, calculating variable numbers in months and years for time ranges: 3.15.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
DB abstraction layer: 7.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
10.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
$db->query( ) method: 8.3. PEAR DB Basics (Programming PHP)
DBA abstraction layer: 10.3.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
dba_close( ): 10.3.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
dba_exists( ): 10.3.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
dba_fetch( ): 10.3.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
DB::affectedRows( ): 10.9.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
dba_firstkey( ): 10.3.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
dba_nextkey( ): 10.3.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
dba_open( ): 10.3.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
10.3.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
dba_optimize( ): 10.3.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
dba_replace( ): 10.3.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
dBase library: B.1. Optional Extensions Listing (Programming PHP)
dba_sync( ): 10.3.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
DB::autoPrepare( ): 10.13.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
DB::connect( ): 10.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
DB::connect( ) method: 8.3. PEAR DB Basics (Programming PHP)
DB_Error class: 10.5.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
10.11.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
DB::execute( ): 10.7.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
10.8.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
DB_FETCHMODE_ASSOC: 8.3.5.3. Inside a row array (Programming PHP)
DB_FETCHMODE_OBJECT: 8.3.5.3. Inside a row array (Programming PHP)
DB_FETCHMODE_ORDERED: 8.3.5.3. Inside a row array (Programming PHP)
DB::getAll( ): 10.6.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
DB::getAssoc( ): 10.6.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
DB::getCol( ): 10.6.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
DB::getMessage( ): 8.3.3. Error Checking (Programming PHP)
DB::getOne( ): 10.6.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
DB::getRow( ): 10.6.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
db.inc include file: 4.2.1. Using Include Files in Practice (Web Database Applications)
10.4. The Winestore Include Files (Web Database Applications)
clean( ) in: 5.1.4. Security and User Data (Web Database Applications)
DB::isError( ): 10.11.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
DBM databases: 10.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
10.3.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
handlers compiled into your PHP installation: 10.3.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
handlers, differing behavior of: 10.3.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
username and password database: 10.3.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
DBM-style database abstraction library: B.1. Optional Extensions Listing (Programming PHP)
DBM-style database library: B.1. Optional Extensions Listing (Programming PHP)
DB::modifyLimitQuery( ): 10.14.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
DBMS (database management system): 1.1. Three-Tier Architectures (Web Database Applications)
1.1. Three-Tier Architectures (Web Database Applications)
1.4.1. Database Management Systems (Web Database Applications)
3. MySQL and SQL (Web Database Applications)
components of: 1.4.1. Database Management Systems (Web Database Applications)
migrating data and: 3.5.1.2. Transferring data between databases and DBMSs (Web Database Applications)
modifying: 3.8. Modifying the Database (Web Database Applications)
reasons for using: 1.4.2. Why Use a DBMS? (Web Database Applications)
DB::nextId( ): 10.12.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
DB_OK constant: 8.3.4. Issuing a Query (Programming PHP)
DB_Pager class: 10.14.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook), fetchRow( ): 10.14.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
DB_Pager::build( ): 10.14.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
DB::prepare( ): 10.7.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
10.8.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
DB::query( ): 10.4.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
10.7.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
10.11.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
DB::quote( ): 10.5.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
10.10.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
calling strtr( ) after: 10.10.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
DB_Result::fetchInto( ): 10.5.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
DB_Result::fetchRow( ): 10.5.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
DB_Result::numRows( ): 10.9.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
DB::setFetchMode( ): 10.5.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
DB_Sql class in PHPLib: 10.4.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
-DBUFFERED_LOGS option (Apache): 20.4.2. Buffered Logs (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
dbx extension: B.1. Optional Extensions Listing (Programming PHP)
dd elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
dd objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
\ddd (octal codes for characters): 13.3.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
DDE (Dynamic Data Exchange): 15.3.1. Background (Programming PHP)
DDL (Data Definition Language): 8.2. Relational Databases and SQL (Programming PHP)
1.4.4.2. SQL components (Web Database Applications)
deadlock problem: 6.2.2.2. The LOCK TABLES and UNLOCK TABLES statements in MySQL (Web Database Applications)
deallocating memory: 4.5. Garbage Collection (JavaScript)
debug( ): 17.2.4. Adding Content to a Document (JavaScript)
debugging
database connections: 8.3.2. Connecting (Programming PHP)
database problems: 10.11.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
displaying messages in dialog box: 1.10. Exploring JavaScript (JavaScript)
equality operator vs. assignment operator and: 2.2.3. Conditional Expressions (Web Database Applications)
error logging, use in: 8.18.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
extensions: 14.5. Memory Management (Programming PHP)
flush( ) and: 2.12.1. A Page That Produces Partial or No Output (Web Database Applications)
for/in loop, using: 1.10. Exploring JavaScript (JavaScript)
HTTP request/response cycle: 11.7.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
logging information for: 8.20.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
object-oriented programs: 6.1. Terminology (Programming PHP)
outputting plain-text debugging messages: 14.2.1. Non-HTML Documents (JavaScript)
PHP scripts: 2.12. Common Mistakes (Web Database Applications)
printing information for cURL module to standard error: 11.7.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
print_r( )/var_dump( ) for: 2.1.7.1. Debugging with print_r( ) and var_dump( ) (Web Database Applications)
state, program for: 5.10.2. Stacks (Programming PHP)
debugging CGI scripts: 14.6. Debugging (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
decbin( ): 2.15.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
dechex( ): 2.15.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
decimal numbers: 2.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
2.2.1. Integers (Programming PHP)
formatting for dollar amounts: 2.10.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
formatting for printf( ): 4.2.3.2. Type specifiers (Programming PHP)
decimal places, specifying in number-to-string conversion: 11.1.3. Converting Numbers to Strings (JavaScript)
decimal RGB triple notation: 9.3.1.5. Color property values (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
declaration block: 3.6.1.1. The <style> tag (Dynamic HTML)
declarations
assignment shortcuts: 3.6.1.1. The <style> tag (Dynamic HTML)
components of: 3.5.2. CSS Attribute Assignment Syntax (Dynamic HTML)
important declaration: 3.9.1. Making a Declaration Important (Dynamic HTML)
precedence rules: 3.9. Cascade Precedence Rules (Dynamic HTML)
selector: 3.5.3. Binding CSS Style Sheets to Elements (Dynamic HTML)
declarations, unparsed entities: 11.3.4.2. Unparsed entities (Programming PHP)
declare attribute, object elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
declare attribute, <object>: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
declare construct: 8.26.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
declare property, object objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
declare statements: 2.5.6. declare (Programming PHP)
declared classes, getting array of: 6.5.1. Examining Classes (Programming PHP)
declaring: 4.2. Variable Declaration (JavaScript)
(see also defining)
array elements: 9.1.3. Adding New Elements to an Array (JavaScript)
loop counter variable: 6.8. for (JavaScript)
methods: 6.4.1. Declaring Methods (Programming PHP)
properties: 6.4.2. Declaring Properties (Programming PHP)
static function variable: 3.3.2. Static Variables (Programming PHP)
variables: 4.2. Variable Declaration (JavaScript), var statement: 6.13. var (JavaScript)
variables by setting value: 2.3. Variables (Programming PHP)
declaring/defining
class properties: 7.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
class variables: 7.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
classes: 7.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
functions: 6.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
static variables: 5.6.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
decoct( ): 2.15.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
decode( ): 9.3.1.1. Encrypting other data in a database (Web Database Applications)
decodeURI( ): 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript), Global objects: 12.5. Core Objects (Dynamic HTML)
decodeURI( ) (Global object): 11.4. JavaScript API Reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
decodeURIComponent( ): 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript), Global objects: 12.5. Core Objects (Dynamic HTML)
decodeURIComponent( ) (Global object): 11.4. JavaScript API Reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
decoding data
base64_decode( ): 14.3.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
pc_decode( ): 9.4.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
utf8_decode( ): 16.12.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
decoding URL-encoded strings: 4.5.2.1. RFC 1738 encoding and decoding (Programming PHP)
decomposing strings: 4.7.3. Decomposing a String (Programming PHP), URLs: 4.7.4.4. Decomposing URLs (Programming PHP)
decrement (--) operator: 5.3. Arithmetic Operators (JavaScript)
6.1. Expression Statements (JavaScript)
decrement operator (--): 12.6. Operators (Dynamic HTML)
decrementing loop variables: 6.8. for (JavaScript)
decrypting data: 14.8.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
14.10.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
decryption modes: 14.8.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
get-crypt.php program: 14.9.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
mcrypt_decrypt( ): 14.8.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
default handler, XML parsing: 11.3.5. Default Handler (Programming PHP)
default keyword: 2.5.2. switch (Programming PHP)
default: label (switch statement): 6.5. switch (JavaScript)
6.10. Labels (JavaScript)
default statement (JavaScript): 11.2.10.5. Alphabetical statement reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
default values
assigning to function parameters: 6.5.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
setting for function parameters: 6.3.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
for variables: 5.3.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
defaultCharset property: 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript), document objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
defaultChecked 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)
DefaultIcon directive (Apache): 19.7. mod_autoindex (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
defaults( ) (CGI.pm): 14. The CGI.pm Module (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
defaultSelected property: 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
option objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
defaultStatus property: 13.1. Window Overview (JavaScript)
13.3. The Status Line (JavaScript)
24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
displaying welcome message: 13.3. The Status Line (JavaScript)
window objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
defaultStatus property (Window object): 11.3.2.2. The status line (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
DefaultType directive (Apache): 18. Apache Configuration (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
defaultValue property: 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
input (type="file") 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="text") objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
textarea objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
defaultView property: 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
document objects: 4.3.3.2. W3C getComputedStyles( ) method (Dynamic HTML)
9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
defensive coding: 20.1.2. Defensive Coding (JavaScript)
defer attribute: 12.2.1.3. The defer attribute (JavaScript), script elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
defer attribute, <script>: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
defer property, script objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
define( ): 2.1.6.4. Constants (Programming PHP)
define_syslog_variables( ): A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
defining
classes: 2.2.6. Objects (Programming PHP)
6.1. Terminology (Programming PHP)
6.4. Declaring a Class (Programming PHP)
event handlers: 14.1.5. Document Objects and Event Handlers (JavaScript)
functions: 3.4. Functions (JavaScript)
6.14. function (JavaScript)
7.1. Defining and Invoking Functions (JavaScript)
13.11.3. JavaScript in Interacting Windows (JavaScript)
23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
3.2. Defining a Function (Programming PHP)
custom properties: 7.5.3. Defining Your Own Function Properties (JavaScript)
with function literals: 3.4.1. Function Literals (JavaScript)
Function( ) constructor vs. function literals: 11.5. The Function( ) Constructor and Function Literals (JavaScript)
nested declarations: 3.2. Defining a Function (Programming PHP)
problems using with statement: 6.18. with (JavaScript)
scope: 11.4. Lexical Scoping and Nested Functions (JavaScript)
methods: 8.3. Methods (JavaScript)
object properties: 8.1.2. Setting and Querying Properties (JavaScript)
regular expressions: 10.1. Defining Regular Expressions (JavaScript)
alternation, grouping, and references: 10.1.4. Alternation, Grouping, and References (JavaScript)
character classes: 10.1.2. Character Classes (JavaScript)
flags: 10.1.6. Flags (JavaScript)
literal characters in: 10.1.1. Literal Characters (JavaScript)
match position, specifying: 10.1.5. Specifying Match Position (JavaScript)
repetition: 10.1.3. Repetition (JavaScript)
DeflateWindowSize directive (Apache): 19.12. mod_deflate (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
deg2rad( ): 2.13.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
degrees: 2.12.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
del elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
del objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
delaying code execution: 1.6.6. Still More Features (JavaScript)
24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
delays, inserting: 5.2.2. Secondary Windows (Dynamic HTML)
delete( ) (CGI.pm): 14. The CGI.pm Module (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
Delete command: D. Internet Explorer Commands (Dynamic HTML)
DELETE command (SQL): 10.7.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook), finding number of rows returned by a query: 10.9.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
DELETE method (HTTP): 17.1.1.4. Other methods (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
delete operator: 12.6. Operators (Dynamic HTML)
5.10.4. The delete Operator (JavaScript)
6.1. Expression Statements (JavaScript)
8.1.4. Undefined Properties (JavaScript)
DELETE statement
limitations of: 3.10.4. Limitations of MySQL (Web Database Applications)
vs. DROP statement: 3.5.2. Deleting Data (Web Database Applications)
WHERE clause and: 3.6.2. WHERE Clauses (Web Database Applications)
delete-user.php program: 8.27. Program: Website Account (De)activator (PHP Cookbook)
8.27. Program: Website Account (De)activator (PHP Cookbook)
delete_all( ) (CGI.pm): 14. The CGI.pm Module (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
deleteCaption( ): 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
deleteCaption( ) method, table objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
deleteCell( ): 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
deleteCell( ) method, tr objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
deleteContents( ): 17.5.2.2. Manipulating ranges (JavaScript)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
deleteContents( ) method, Range objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
deleteData( ): 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
deleteData( ) method
comment, Comment objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
Text objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
deleteData( ) method: 17.2.3. Modifying a Document (JavaScript)
deleteData( ) (Text object): 11.4. JavaScript API Reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
deleteFromDocument( ) method, selection objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
deleteMedium( ): 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
deleteMedium( ) method, MediaList objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
deleteRow( ): 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
deleteRow( ) method
table objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
tbody objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
tfoot objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
thead objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
deleteRule( )
CSSMediaRule object: 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
CSSStyleSheet object: 18.5.5. Traversing Style Sheets (JavaScript)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
deleteRule( ) method
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)
deletes: 6.1. Database Inserts, Updates, and Deletes (Web Database Applications)
(see also database deletes)
deleteTFoot( ): 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
deleteTFoot( ) method, table objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
deleteTHead( ): 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
deleteTHead( ) method, table objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
deleting: 8.4.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
(see also removing)
array elements: 4.6.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
pop( ): 9.2.7. push( ) and pop( ) (JavaScript)
23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
shift( ): 9.2.8. unshift( ) and shift( ) (JavaScript)
23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
splice( ): 9.2.6. splice( ) (JavaScript)
23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
cookies: 16.2. Storing Cookies (JavaScript)
8.4.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
data: 3.5.2. Deleting Data (Web Database Applications)
Document object: 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
files: 19.6.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
files with unlink( ): 3.1. Calling a Function (Programming PHP)
indexes: 3.4.3. Altering Tables and Indexes (Web Database Applications)
object properties: 8.1.4. Undefined Properties (JavaScript)
Option objects: 15.3.7. Select and Option Elements (JavaScript)
text from strings: 4.7.1. Substrings (Programming PHP)
text within a Text node: 17.2.3. Modifying a Document (JavaScript)
users: 3.10.3. Adding and Deleting Users (Web Database Applications)
variables: 4.2. Variable Declaration (JavaScript)
delimiters
commas: 3.7.3. Descendant Selectors (Dynamic HTML)
dot syntax: 3.3. Two Types of Containment (Dynamic HTML)
spaces: 3.7.3. Descendant Selectors (Dynamic HTML)
delimiters, pattern: 4.10.1. Delimiters (Programming PHP)
delta: 2.3.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
delta values, rounding off numbers: 2.4.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
deny from env directive (Apache): 19.1. mod_access (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
deny from hostname directive (Apache): 19.1. mod_access (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
dependencies for PEAR packages, checking: 21.5.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
deprecated
attributes and elements: 1.4. XHTML (Dynamic HTML)
IE 5 model: 2.3. Internet Explorer DHTML (Dynamic HTML)
XHTML: 1.4. XHTML (Dynamic HTML)
depth-first search: 19.10.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
dereferencing zval: 14.6.4. Accessor Macros (Programming PHP)
derived classes: 6.1. Terminology (Programming PHP)
DES encryption method: 9.3. Authentication Using a Database (Web Database Applications)
descendant nodes: 17.1.1. Representing Documents as Trees (JavaScript), reversing: 17.2.3. Modifying a Document (JavaScript)
descendant selectors
characteristics: 3.7.3. Descendant Selectors (Dynamic HTML)
child selector similarity: 3.8.4. Child Selectors (Dynamic HTML)
creating subgroups: 3.7. Common Subgroup Selectors (Dynamic HTML)
descending order, sorting arrays in: 5.8.1. Sorting One Array at a Time (Programming PHP)
description property
Error objects: 12.5. Core Objects (Dynamic HTML)
MimeType object: 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
mimeType objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
Plugin object: 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
plugin objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
destroy handler for sessions: 7.6.2.3. Custom storage (Programming PHP)
destroy signal: 20.6.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
destroying images: 15.10. Program: Generating Bar Charts from Poll Results (PHP Cookbook)
destructor function for resource: 14.13. Resources (Programming PHP)
detach( )
NodeIterator object: 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
Range object: 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
detach( ) method
NodeIterator objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
Range objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
detachEvent( ): 19.3.4. IE Event-Handler Registration (JavaScript)
detachEvent( ) method: 6.3.4. Attaching Events (IE 5 and Later for Windows) (Dynamic HTML)
9.5.3. Event Handlers (Dynamic HTML)
window objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
detail property: 19.2.6.2. UIEvent (JavaScript)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
event objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
developers site, Microsoft: 15.3.3. Determining the API (Programming PHP)
developers sites, PHP extensions (C-language): 14.14. Where to Go from Here (Programming PHP)
deviceXDPI property, screen object: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
deviceYDPI property, screen object: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
/dev/null (Unix), redirecting output to: 18.24.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
dfn elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
dfn objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
dgettext( ): 16.11.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
DHTML (Dynamic HTML): 1.3. Client-Side JavaScript (JavaScript)
1.6.1. Control Document Appearance and Content (JavaScript)
18. Cascading Style Sheets and Dynamic HTML (JavaScript)
11.3.7. DHTML: Scripting CSS Styles (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
animations using CSS and JavaScript: 18.3.4. DHTML Animations (JavaScript)
cross-browser animation script: 18.4.3. Example: A Cross-Platform DHTML Animation (JavaScript)
CSS position attribute and: 18.2.1. The Key to DHTML: The position Attribute (JavaScript)
feature testing for effects supported: 20.1.3. Feature Testing (JavaScript)
Internet Explorer 4: 18.4.1. DHTML in Internet Explorer 4 (JavaScript)
Netscape 4, using in: 18.4.2. DHTML in Netscape 4 (JavaScript)
dialog boxes: 1.5. Client-Side JavaScript: Executable Content in Web Pages (JavaScript)
1.6.4. Interact with the User (JavaScript)
13.2. Simple Dialog Boxes (JavaScript)
11.3.2.1. Simple dialog boxes (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
confirmation: 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
debugging messages, displaying: 1.10. Exploring JavaScript (JavaScript)
displaying HTML output in: 1.10. Exploring JavaScript (JavaScript)
dynamically creating: 14.2. Dynamically Generated Documents (JavaScript)
prompting messages: 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
Window object methods for: 13.1. Window Overview (JavaScript)
24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
Dialog Helper objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
dialogArguments property, window objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
dialogHeight property, window objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
dialogLeft property, window objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
dialogTop property, window objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
dialogWidth property, window objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
dictionary attacks: 14.5.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
dictionary words, keeping out of passwords: 14.6.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
die( ): 2.5.7. exit and return (Programming PHP)
3.1. Calling a Function (Programming PHP)
4.1.4. Error Handling of MySQL Database Functions (Web Database Applications)
difference, calculating between two arrays: 5.9.3. Calculating the Difference Between Two Arrays (Programming PHP)
differences between arrays: 4.24.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
array_diff( ), getting simple difference: 4.24.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
creating your own algorithm for: 4.24.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
reversing: 4.24.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
symmetric difference: 4.24.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
digit (\d) metasymbol: 13.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
digital certificates: 9.5.1.4. Certificates and Certification Authorities (Web Database Applications)
digital signatures: 21.4. Security Zones and Signed Scripts (JavaScript)
digits
ASCII, regular expression character classes: 10.1.2. Character Classes (JavaScript)
in identifier names: 2.7. Identifiers (JavaScript)
Dijkstra, Edsger: 4.26.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
dimensions
block-level elements and: 3.2.1. Box Pieces (Dynamic HTML)
iframe elements: 5.9.1. The iframe Element (Dynamic HTML)
layering as: 4. Adding Dynamic Positioning to Documents (Dynamic HTML)
dimensions( ), VBArray objects: 12.5. Core Objects (Dynamic HTML)
dimensions of image in PDF file: 10.4.1. Images (Programming PHP)
dir( ): 19.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
19.8.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
dir attribute: 8.2.1. Attributes (Dynamic HTML)
3.1. Core Attributes (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<bdo> tags: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<font> tags: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<head> tags: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<html> 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)
<meta> tag: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<style> tags: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<title> tags: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
dir command (Windows): 19.9.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
dir elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
dir objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
dir property: 9.5.3. Event Handlers (Dynamic HTML)
17.1.3. The DOM HTML API (JavaScript)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
dir_config( ) (Perl): 15.8. The Perl API (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
15.8. The Perl API (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
direction attribute, marquee elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
direction attribute (CSS): 11.5. Alphabetical Attribute Reference (Dynamic HTML)
direction attribute, <marquee>: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
direction property
CSSStyleDeclaration objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
marquee objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
style objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
directives
Apache server: 18.2. Basic Server Configuration: Core Directives (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
SSI (see SSI, directives)
directories: 19.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
19.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
(see also files)
copying or moving a file: 19.7.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
creating new: 19.11.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
current working directory: A.2b. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (f-i) (Programming PHP)
deleting: A.3d. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (r-z) (Programming PHP)
deleting files: 19.6.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
dirname( ): A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
as exclusive lock indicators: 18.25.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
file information, getting: 19.3.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
file permissions or ownership, changing: 19.4.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
file timestamps, getting and setting: 19.2.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
filenames matching a pattern: 19.9.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
filenames, splitting into component parts: 19.5.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
functions for: A.1. PHP Functions by Category (Programming PHP)
LDAP protocol extension: B.1. Optional Extensions Listing (Programming PHP)
mkdir( ) function: A.2c. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (j-q) (Programming PHP)
processing all files in: 19.8.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
19.10.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
program listing web server files: 19.13. Program: Web Server Directory Listing (PHP Cookbook)
removing with all contents: 19.12.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
site-search.php program: 19.14. Program: Site Search (PHP Cookbook)
directories objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
directories property, window objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
directory class: 19.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
directory index: 19.7. mod_autoindex (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
DirectoryIndex directive (Apache): 19.13. mod_dir (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
dirname( ): 19.5.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
dir::read( ): 19.13. Program: Web Server Directory Listing (PHP Cookbook)
dirty read problem: 6.2.1. Transactions and Concurrency (Web Database Applications)
12.1. Finalizing Orders (Web Database Applications)
disability (see accessibility)
disabled attribute: 8.2.1. Attributes (Dynamic HTML)
input elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
<button> tag: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<input> tag: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<optgroup> tags: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<option> tags: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
<select> 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)
optgroup elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
option elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
select elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
style elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
disabled property: 5.6.3. Other Techniques (Dynamic HTML)
9.5.3. Event Handlers (Dynamic HTML)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
style (element) objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
disableExternalCapture( ) method, window objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
disable_functions option (php.ini): 12.6. PHP Code (Programming PHP)
disconnect ( ): 8.3.6. Disconnecting (Programming PHP)
disk_total_space( ): A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
dispatchEvent( ): 19.2.9. Synthesizing Events (JavaScript)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
dispatchEvent( ) method: 9.5.3. Event Handlers (Dynamic HTML), window objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
display( ): 8.26.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
display attribute: 4.2.5. The visibility Attribute (Dynamic HTML)
18.2.4. Element Display and Visibility (JavaScript)
display attribute (CSS): 11.5. Alphabetical Attribute Reference (Dynamic HTML)
display property
CSSStyleDeclaration objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
style objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
display property (CSS): 9.4. CSS Reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
display style property: 5.11. Combining Forces: A Custom Newsletter (Dynamic HTML)
displayCart( ): 11.2.1. Viewing the Shopping Cart (Web Database Applications)
display_classes( ): 6.5.1. Examining Classes (Programming PHP)
displaying PHP values in human-readable form: 4.2.4. print_r( ) and var_dump( ) (Programming PHP)
displayNextFrame( ): 18.3.4. DHTML Animations (JavaScript)
display_time_in_status_line( ) (example): 13.4. Timeouts and Intervals (JavaScript)
displayWines( ): 4.2. Formatting Results (Web Database Applications)
displayWinesList( ): 5.2. Querying with User Input (Web Database Applications)
distance( ) function: 7.1. Defining and Invoking Functions (JavaScript)
DISTINCT clause: 3.6.3.4. DISTINCT (Web Database Applications)
3.7.2.3. Using DISTINCT in joins (Web Database Applications)
distinguished names (LDAP): 17.8.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
Distributed COM (DCOM): 15.3.1. Background (Programming PHP)
div elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
as block-level element: 3.2. Understanding Block-Level Elements (Dynamic HTML)
characteristics: 3.1. Observing HTML Structures (Dynamic HTML)
custom newsletter example: 5.11. Combining Forces: A Custom Newsletter (Dynamic HTML)
5.11. Combining Forces: A Custom Newsletter (Dynamic HTML)
DHTML browsers and: 3.1. Observing HTML Structures (Dynamic HTML)
dragging elements example: 6.7. Dragging Elements (Dynamic HTML)
element containment and: 3.1. Observing HTML Structures (Dynamic HTML)
free-range class rule example: 3.7.1.2. Defining a free-range class rule (Dynamic HTML)
interleaving example: 4.2.6. The z-index Attribute (Dynamic HTML)
internal branching example: 2.6.4. Internal Branching (Dynamic HTML)
positioning example: 4.1.2. Absolute Versus Relative Positioning (Dynamic HTML)
4.1.2. Absolute Versus Relative Positioning (Dynamic HTML)
referencing elements example: 4.3.1. Referencing Position Styles (Dynamic HTML)
div objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
division
/ (division) operator: 5.3. Arithmetic Operators (JavaScript)
% (modulo) operator: 5.3. Arithmetic Operators (JavaScript)
division (/) operator: 2.4.5. Arithmetic Operators (Programming PHP)
division assignment (/=) operator: 2.4.12.2. Assignment with operation (Programming PHP)
division operator (/): 12.6. Operators (Dynamic HTML)
divisor, greatest common: 2.14.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
dl( ): 20.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
loading PECL packages: 21.6.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
dl elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
dl objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
DML (Data Manipulation Language): 8.2. Relational Databases and SQL (Programming PHP)
1.4.4.2. SQL components (Web Database Applications)
DNS (Domain Name Service)
checking validity of email addresses: 13.6.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
dynamic update requests: 18.22.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
Net_DNS package: 17.10.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
performing lookups: 17.10.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
!DOCTYPE elements: 1.5.1. CSS Rationale (Dynamic HTML)
3.2.1. Box Pieces (Dynamic HTML)
4.1.2. Absolute Versus Relative Positioning (Dynamic HTML)
5.7.2.2. W3C DOM document tree (Dynamic HTML)
8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
doctype property: 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript), document objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
tags, standards information in: 18.2.2.1. Element size and position details (JavaScript)
document node: 1.6.3. W3C DOM Architecture (Dynamic HTML)
5.7.2.2. W3C DOM document tree (Dynamic HTML)
Document object: 12.1.1. The Window as Global Execution Context (JavaScript)
14. The Document Object (JavaScript)
17.1.3. The DOM HTML API (JavaScript)
24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
Anchor objects and: 13.8.5. Scrolling (JavaScript)
anchors: 14.8. Anchors (JavaScript)
14.8. Anchors (JavaScript)
navigation window listing all anchors: 14.8. Anchors (JavaScript)
appearance and content, controlling: 1.6.1. Control Document Appearance and Content (JavaScript)
applets: 14.9. Applets (JavaScript)
capturing events (Netscape 4): 19.4.2. Event Capturing in Netscape 4 (JavaScript)
color properties: 14.3. Document Color Properties (JavaScript)
creating: 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
domain property: 21.3. The Same-Origin Policy (JavaScript)
dynamically generated documents: 14.2. Dynamically Generated Documents (JavaScript)
embedded data: 14.10. Embedded Data (JavaScript)
event handlers and: 14.1.5. Document Objects and Event Handlers (JavaScript)
forms: 14.5. Forms (JavaScript)
images: 14.6. Images (JavaScript)
event handlers: 14.6.3. Image Event Handlers (JavaScript)
image replacement, implementing ToggleButton with: 14.6.5. Image-Replacement Example (JavaScript)
Internet Explorer properties: 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
last modified date: 1.6.6. Still More Features (JavaScript)
links: 14.7. Links (JavaScript)
event handlers: 14.7.2. Link Event Handlers (JavaScript)
web crawlers and: 14.7.1. Links, Web Crawlers, and JavaScript Security (JavaScript)
methods: 14.1.1. Document Methods (JavaScript), Netscape: 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
naming: 14.1.4. Naming Document Objects (JavaScript)
opening non-HTML documents: 14.2.1. Non-HTML Documents (JavaScript)
properties: 14.1.2. Document Properties (JavaScript), Netscape: 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
registering event handlers on: 19.2.1. Event Propagation (JavaScript)
standards and: 14.1.3. The Document Object and Standards (JavaScript)
write( ): 1.5. Client-Side JavaScript: Executable Content in Web Pages (JavaScript)
Document object (JavaScript): 11.3.3. The Document Object (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
11.4. JavaScript API Reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
document object model (see DOM)
document object models (see DOMs)
Document objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
captureEvents( ): 6.7. Dragging Elements (Dynamic HTML)
clear( ) method: 5.1. Writing Variable Content (Dynamic HTML)
close( ): 5.1. Writing Variable Content (Dynamic HTML)
close( ) method: 5.2.2. Secondary Windows (Dynamic HTML)
createElement( ): 2.4.4. Dynamic Content (Dynamic HTML)
createElement( ) method: 5.7.2.2. W3C DOM document tree (Dynamic HTML)
createTextNode( ): 2.4.4. Dynamic Content (Dynamic HTML)
5.7.2.2. W3C DOM document tree (Dynamic HTML)
defaultView property: 4.3.3.2. W3C getComputedStyles( ) method (Dynamic HTML)
images array: 2.6.1. Object Detection over Browser Sniffing (Dynamic HTML)
open( ): 5.1. Writing Variable Content (Dynamic HTML)
styleSheets array: 5.6.3. Other Techniques (Dynamic HTML)
write( ): 5.1. Writing Variable Content (Dynamic HTML)
5.2.2. Secondary Windows (Dynamic HTML)
write( ) method: 2.6.4. Internal Branching (Dynamic HTML)
writeln( ) method: 5.1. Writing Variable Content (Dynamic HTML)
) (see getElementById method( also getElementById method()
(see also getElementById method()
document property: 9.5.3. Event Handlers (Dynamic HTML)
Document object: 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
HTMLElement object: 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
Layer object: 18.4.2. DHTML in Netscape 4 (JavaScript)
24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
popup objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
Window object: 12.1.1. The Window as Global Execution Context (JavaScript)
13.1. Window Overview (JavaScript)
14. The Document Object (JavaScript)
24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
window objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
document root: 18. Apache Configuration (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
document trees
node hierarchy: 5.7.2.2. W3C DOM document tree (Dynamic HTML)
removing range content: 5.10.2. Typical Text Range Operations (Dynamic HTML)
script access to: 5.9.2. Embedding XML Data (Dynamic HTML)
Document Type Definition (DTD): 1.4. XHTML (Dynamic HTML)
11.1. Lightning Guide to XML (Programming PHP)
document.all
custom APIs: 2.6.6. Custom APIs (Dynamic HTML)
element referencing scheme: 5.5. Changing Tag Attribute Values (Dynamic HTML)
elements and: 2.3.1. Element Object References (Dynamic HTML)
object detection example: 2.6.1. Object Detection over Browser Sniffing (Dynamic HTML)
reconciling syntax: 4.3. Changing Attribute Values via Scripting (Dynamic HTML)
documentation: 1.7. Recommended Books (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
MySQLÕs UNIX_TIMESTAMP( ): 3.6.4. See Also (PHP Cookbook)
PEAR classes: 21.9.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
PHP-GTK extension: 20.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
shared memory segments and semaphores: 5.7.4. See Also (PHP Cookbook)
strftime( ) options: 3.5.4. See Also (PHP Cookbook)
documentElement property: 17.1.2.1. Types of nodes (JavaScript)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
document objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
DocumentEvent objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
DocumentFragment object: 17.2.5. Working with Document Fragments (JavaScript)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
DocumentFragment object (JavaScript): 11.4. JavaScript API Reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
DocumentFragment objects: 5.7.2.2. W3C DOM document tree (Dynamic HTML)
9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
DOCUMENT_FRAGMENT_NODE property: 9.5.3. Event Handlers (Dynamic HTML)
DOCUMENT_NAME variable (SSI): 13.3. SSI Environment Variables (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
DOCUMENT_NODE property: 9.5.3. Event Handlers (Dynamic HTML)
DocumentRange objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
DocumentRoot directive (Apache): 18. Apache Configuration (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
document_root( ) (Perl): 15.8. The Perl API (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
DOCUMENT_ROOT variable (CGI): 12.4. CGI Environment Variables (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
documents
changing structure: 5.7.2. Changing Elements and Document Structure (Dynamic HTML)
collapsed state: 5.10. Working with Text Ranges (Dynamic HTML)
Core module and: 1.6. Document Object Model (Dynamic HTML)
creating for current window: 5.1. Writing Variable Content (Dynamic HTML)
currently displayed, reloading: 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
currently displayed, web address of: 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
external documents: 5.9.1. The iframe Element (Dynamic HTML)
6.3.4. Attaching Events (IE 5 and Later for Windows) (Dynamic HTML)
importance of uniqueness: 3.7.2. ID Selectors (Dynamic HTML)
key W3C node types: 5.7.1.2. W3C DOM text (Dynamic HTML)
loading and displaying new: 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
documents, HTML
document-level styles: 9.1.2. Document-Level Styles (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
document-related events: 2.4.1. Event Handler Attributes (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
2.4.4. Document Events (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
embedding PHP into: 16.2. Embedding PHP in HTML (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
frames: 4. Frames (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
layout: 4.1. Frame Layout (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
nested framesets: 4.2. Nested Framesets (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
margins: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
nesting elements in: 2.2. HTML Syntax (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
responding to errors: 18. Apache Configuration (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
server-side includes: 13. Server Side Includes (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
structure: 2.1. HTML Document Structure (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
tables: 5. Tables (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
advanced control: 5.6. Advanced Table Tags (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
borders/backgrounds: 5.5. Border Color and Backgrounds (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
cell spanning: 5.4.1. Cell Spanning (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
displaying: 5. Tables (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
virtual: 12.1.2. Creating Virtual Documents (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
documents, PDF: 10.2. Documents and Pages (Programming PHP)
Hello World (example): 10.2.1. A Simple Example (Programming PHP)
initializing: 10.2.2. Initializing the Document (Programming PHP)
terminating and streaming: 10.2.6. Terminating and Streaming a PDF Document (Programming PHP)
DocumentStyle objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
DocumentTraversal objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
DocumentType object: 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript), creating: 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
DocumentType objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
DOCUMENT_TYPE_NODE property: 9.5.3. Event Handlers (Dynamic HTML)
DOCUMENT_URI variable (SSI): 13.3. SSI Environment Variables (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
DocumentView objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
dollar sign (see $, under Symbols)
dollar sign ($), PHP variable names: 16.4. Variables (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
DOM
generating XML with: 12.3.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
libxml parser: 12.3.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
parsing XML with: 12.4.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
searching through tree for specific elements: 12.4.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
tree-based parsing: 12.4.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
top-level or root node: 12.3.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
W3C specification, web site for: 12.4.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
DOM (Document Object Model): 3.3. Two Types of Containment (Dynamic HTML)
1.3. Client-Side JavaScript (JavaScript)
12.1.2. The Client-Side Object Hierarchy and the Document Object Model (JavaScript)
14.1.3. The Document Object and Standards (JavaScript)
17. The Document Object Model (JavaScript)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
applied style values: 5.6. Changing Applied Style Values (Dynamic HTML)
browsers, defining: 1.3. Client-Side JavaScript (JavaScript)
conformance to standard: 17.1.5. DOM Conformance (JavaScript)
Internet Explorer: 17.1.5.1. DOM conformance in Internet Explorer (JavaScript)
test suites for: 17.1.5. DOM Conformance (JavaScript)
convenience features: 5.7. Changing Content (Dynamic HTML)
CSS style sheets, APIs for: 18.5. Other DOM APIs for Styles and Style Sheets (JavaScript)
CSS2Properties object: 18.3. Scripting Styles (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)
DOM XML library: B.1. Optional Extensions Listing (Programming PHP)
DOMException object: 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
dynamic content and: 5. Making Content Dynamic (Dynamic HTML)
ease of use: 5.7.2.2. W3C DOM document tree (Dynamic HTML)
element objects: 5.7.1.1. IE text (Dynamic HTML)
event handlers, list of: 16. DOM Event Handlers Index (Dynamic HTML)
event handling (Level 2): 19.2. Advanced Event Handling with DOM Level 2 (JavaScript)
dragging document elements (example): 19.2.7. Example: Dragging Document Elements (JavaScript)
event interfaces and event details: 19.2.6. Event Interfaces and Event Details (JavaScript)
event modules and event types: 19.2.5. Event Modules and Event Types (JavaScript)
event propagation: 19.2.1. Event Propagation (JavaScript)
mixing with original event model: 19.2.8. Mixing Event Models (JavaScript)
registering event handler functions: 19.2.2. Event Handler Registration (JavaScript)
registering objects as event handlers: 19.2.4. Registering Objects as Event Handlers (JavaScript)
synthesizing events: 19.2.9. Synthesizing Events (JavaScript)
event object properties: 6.2.2. Event Object Properties (Dynamic HTML)
EventException object: 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
features testing for conformance to: 17.1.5. DOM Conformance (JavaScript)
HTML API: 17.1.3. The DOM HTML API (JavaScript)
adding content to documents: 17.2.4. Adding Content to a Document (JavaScript)
class hierarchy: 17.1.2.1. Types of nodes (JavaScript)
DocumentFragment objects: 17.2.5. Working with Document Fragments (JavaScript)
dynamically created table of contents: 17.2.6. Example: A Dynamically Created Table of Contents (JavaScript)
finding specific document elements: 17.2.2. Finding Specific Elements in a Document (JavaScript)
modifying a document: 17.2.3. Modifying a Document (JavaScript)
naming conventions: 17.1.3.1. HTML naming conventions (JavaScript)
traversing a document: 17.2. Using the Core DOM API (JavaScript)
image swapping: 5.4. Image Swapping (Dynamic HTML)
interfaces, language-independent: 17.1.6. Language-Independent DOM Interfaces (JavaScript)
Internet Explorer 4, compatibility with: 17.3. DOM Compatibility with Internet Explorer 4 (JavaScript), modifying documents: 17.3.3. Modifying Documents (JavaScript)
levels and features: 17.1.4. DOM Levels and Features (JavaScript)
methods, list of: 15. DOM Method Index (Dynamic HTML)
modularization: 7.4. DOM Modularization (DOM2 and DOM3) (Dynamic HTML)
7.5. What Is Conformance? (Dynamic HTML)
Netscape 4, compatibility with: 17.4. DOM Compatibility with Netscape 4 (JavaScript)
node referencing: 5.9.2. Embedding XML Data (Dynamic HTML)
object containment and: 3.3. Two Types of Containment (Dynamic HTML)
original event model, not supported: 19.1.3. Event Handlers as Properties (JavaScript)
overview: 1.6. Document Object Model (Dynamic HTML)
propagation model: 6.5. Event Propagation (Dynamic HTML)
properties, list of: 14. DOM Property Index (Dynamic HTML)
Range API: 17.5.2. The DOM Range API (JavaScript)
manipulating ranges: 17.5.2.2. Manipulating ranges (JavaScript)
start and end positions for ranges: 17.5.2.1. Start and end positions (JavaScript)
reading attribute values: 5.5. Changing Tag Attribute Values (Dynamic HTML)
styleSheet object properties: 5.6.3. Other Techniques (Dynamic HTML)
text range implementation: 5.10. Working with Text Ranges (Dynamic HTML)
Traversal API: 17.5. Convenience Methods: The Traversal and Range APIs (JavaScript)
filtering: 17.5.1.2. Filtering (JavaScript)
NodeIterator and TreeWalker: 17.5.1.1. NodeIterator and TreeWalker (JavaScript)
tree structure: 17.1.1. Representing Documents as Trees (JavaScript), Node objects: 17.1.2. Nodes (JavaScript)
W3C standard: 0.1. What's New in the Fourth Edition (JavaScript)
browser support: 1.3. Client-Side JavaScript (JavaScript)
1.6.1. Control Document Appearance and Content (JavaScript)
color properties (Document), deprecation of: 14.3. Document Color Properties (JavaScript)
versions (levels): 0. Preface (JavaScript)
XML documents, working with: 17.2.7. Working with XML Documents (JavaScript)
DOMActivate event: 10.1. Alphabetical Event Reference (Dynamic HTML)
domain attribute (cookie): 16.1. An Overview of Cookies (JavaScript)
16.2. Storing Cookies (JavaScript)
domain names, getting information about: 17.12.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
domain property: 14.1.2. Document Properties (JavaScript)
21.3. The Same-Origin Policy (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)
domain property (cookies): 17.4.1. The Set-Cookie Response Header (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
domains: 16.11.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
(see also DNS)
cookies, specifying for: 8.2.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
gettext messages: 16.11.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
top-level, in email addresses: 13.6.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
DOMAttrModified event: 10.1. Alphabetical Event Reference (Dynamic HTML)
DOMCharacterDataModified event: 10.1. Alphabetical Event Reference (Dynamic HTML)
DOMException object: 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
DOMException object (JavaScript): 11.4. JavaScript API Reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
DOMException objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
DOMFocusIn event: 10.1. Alphabetical Event Reference (Dynamic HTML)
DOMFocusOut event: 10.1. Alphabetical Event Reference (Dynamic HTML)
DOMImplementation object: 17.1.5. DOM Conformance (JavaScript)
17.2.7. Working with XML Documents (JavaScript)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
DOMImplementation object (JavaScript): 11.4. JavaScript API Reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
DOMImplementation objects: 7.4. DOM Modularization (DOM2 and DOM3) (Dynamic HTML)
9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
Dominus, Mark-Jason: 4.26.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
DOMNodeInserted event: 10.1. Alphabetical Event Reference (Dynamic HTML)
DOMNodeInsertedIntoDocument event: 10.1. Alphabetical Event Reference (Dynamic HTML)
DOMNodeRemoved event: 10.1. Alphabetical Event Reference (Dynamic HTML)
DOMNodeRemovedFromDocument event: 10.1. Alphabetical Event Reference (Dynamic HTML)
DOMs (document object models): 2.4. Dynamic Content (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
11.3.3. The Document Object (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
DOMSubtreeModified event: 10.1. Alphabetical Event Reference (Dynamic HTML)
doReadRequest( ) method, userProfile objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
doScroll( ) method: 9.5.3. Event Handlers (Dynamic HTML)
dot (see ., under Symbols)
double data type (C/C++): 3.1. Numbers (JavaScript)
double disk_free_space( ): A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
double quotes (see ", under Symbols)
Double type (Java), in JavaScript: 22.5. LiveConnect Data Conversion (JavaScript)
doubleval( ): A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
doubleValue( ): 22.6. JavaScript Conversion of JavaObjects (JavaScript)
doubleValue( ) method: 22.6. JavaScript Conversion of JavaObjects (JavaScript)
do...while loop: 2.3.2. do...while (Web Database Applications)
do/while loops: 6.7. do/while (JavaScript)
2.5.3. while (Programming PHP)
continue statements in: 6.12. continue (JavaScript)
do/while statement: 12.7. Control Statements (Dynamic HTML)
JavaScript: 11.2.10.5. Alphabetical statement reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
PHP: 16.8.4. do/while (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
downloading: 5.11. Combining Forces: A Custom Newsletter (Dynamic HTML)
downloads: A. Installation Guide (Web Database Applications)
Apache server: 1.3.1.1. The Apache HTTP server, Version 1.3 (Web Database Applications)
A.1.3. Installing Apache (Web Database Applications)
ApacheSSL: A.3. Installing Apache to Use SSL (Web Database Applications)
mod_ssl: A.3. Installing Apache to Use SSL (Web Database Applications)
MySQL: A.1.1. Installing MySQL (Web Database Applications)
OpenSSL: A.3.1. Installing OpenSSL (Web Database Applications)
PHP: A.1.4. Installing PHP (Web Database Applications), sample scripts for: A.2. Installing the Winestore Examples (Web Database Applications)
dragDrop( ) method: 9.5.3. Event Handlers (Dynamic HTML)
dragging
DOM Level 2 event model (example): 19.2.7. Example: Dragging Document Elements (JavaScript)
IE event model (example): 19.3.5. Example: Dragging with the IE Event Model (JavaScript)
Netscape 4 event model (example): 19.4.3. Example: Dragging with the Netscape 4 Event Model (JavaScript)
dragging elements: 6.7. Dragging Elements (Dynamic HTML)
drawing
arcs, ellipses, and circles: 15.3.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
centered text: 15.6.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
GD built-in fonts: 15.6.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
PostScript Type 1 fonts: 15.6.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
TrueType fonts: 15.6.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
lines, rectangles, and polygons: 15.2.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
patterned lines, using: 15.4.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
text as a graphic: 15.5.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
drawing images
basic drawing functions: 9.4.5. Basic Drawing Functions (Programming PHP)
drawing primitives in GD: 9.4.1. The Structure of a Graphics Program (Programming PHP)
in PDF documents: 10.4.2. Graphics (Programming PHP)
drop caps: 3.8.1.1. Using pseudo-elements (Dynamic HTML)
3.8.1.2. Using pseudo-classes (Dynamic HTML)
DROP DATABASE statement: 3.5.1.2. Transferring data between databases and DBMSs (Web Database Applications)
DROP INDEX statement: 3.4.3. Altering Tables and Indexes (Web Database Applications)
DROP TABLE statement: 3.5.2. Deleting Data (Web Database Applications)
dropdown menus based on current date: 9.12.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
dropEffect property
clipboardData objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
dataTransfer objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
dropSequence( ): 8.4.5. Sequences (Programming PHP)
DSN (data source name): 8.7.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
10.4.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
8.3.1. Data Source Names (Programming PHP)
configuring with ODBC PHP: 15.4.1. Configuring a DSN (Programming PHP)
selecting appropriate: 8.5.2. Database Connection (Programming PHP)
DST (see daylight saving time)
dt elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
dt objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
DTD (Document Type Definition): 1.4. XHTML (Dynamic HTML)
11.1. Lightning Guide to XML (Programming PHP)
DTP points: 10.3.1. Coordinates (Programming PHP)
dump( ) (CGI.pm): 14. The CGI.pm Module (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
dump_file( )
DOM XML documents: 12.3.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
generating well-formed XML document: 12.3.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
dumping variable contents as strings: 5.9.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
dump_mem( )
formatting DOM XML output: 12.3.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
generating well-formed XML document: 12.3.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
duplicate( ) method, TextRange objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
duplicate elements, removing from arrays: 4.23.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
dynamic bar charts (example): 18.3.3. Example: Dynamic Bar Charts (JavaScript)
dynamic classes: 7.13.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
dynamic content
applied style values: 5.6. Changing Applied Style Values (Dynamic HTML)
changing: 5.7. Changing Content (Dynamic HTML)
client-side includes: 5.9. Client-Side Includes (Dynamic HTML)
cross-platform expectations and: 2.7. Cross-Platform Expectations (Dynamic HTML)
custom newsletter example: 5.11. Combining Forces: A Custom Newsletter (Dynamic HTML)
data binding and: 2.3.8. Data Binding (Dynamic HTML)
defined: 1. The State of the Art (Dynamic HTML)
dynamic tables: 5.8. Dynamic Tables (Dynamic HTML)
IE DHTML: 2.3. Internet Explorer DHTML (Dynamic HTML)
image swapping: 5.4. Image Swapping (Dynamic HTML)
links to multiple frames: 5.3. Links to Multiple Frames (Dynamic HTML)
Mozilla browser and: 2.4. Netscape 6 (Mozilla) DHTML (Dynamic HTML)
Netscape 6: 2.4.4. Dynamic Content (Dynamic HTML)
overlaying to different pages: 2.6.3. Overlaying a Different Page (Dynamic HTML)
page rendering and: 2.3.4. Dynamic Content (Dynamic HTML)
text ranges: 5.10. Working with Text Ranges (Dynamic HTML)
writing: 5.1. Writing Variable Content (Dynamic HTML)
XHTML 1.1 and: 7.2. XHTML Modularization (XHTML Basic and 1.1) (Dynamic HTML)
Dynamic Data Exchange (DDE): 15.3.1. Background (Programming PHP)
dynamic document generation: 14.2. Dynamically Generated Documents (JavaScript)
14.7. Links (JavaScript)
dynamic functions: 6.13.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
Dynamic HTML (see DHTML)
18. Cascading Style Sheets and Dynamic HTML (JavaScript)
Dynamic HTML (DHTML): 11.3.7. DHTML: Scripting CSS Styles (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
dynamic images: 15.7.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook), button page (in HTML): 15.7.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
dynamic object instantiation: 7.14.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
dynamic positioning
cross-platform scripting: 4.4. Cross-Platform Position Scripting (Dynamic HTML)
Netscape 6: 2.4.3. Positioning and Layering (Dynamic HTML)
positionable elements: 4.1. Creating Positionable Elements (Dynamic HTML)
positioning attributes: 4.2. Positioning Attributes (Dynamic HTML)
scripting and: 4.3. Changing Attribute Values via Scripting (Dynamic HTML)
dynamic tables: 5.8. Dynamic Tables (Dynamic HTML)
dynamic variable names: 5.5.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
dynamic XML, generating: 11.2. Generating XML (Programming PHP)
dynamically modifying hypertext link destinations: 14.7.2. Link Event Handlers (JavaScript)
dynsrc attribute
img elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
input elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
dynsrc attribute, <img>: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
dynsrc property
img objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
input (type="image") objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
\d (digit) metasymbol in regular expressions: 13.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)

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