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p elements: 3.1. Observing HTML Structures (Dynamic HTML)
3.1. Observing HTML Structures (Dynamic HTML)
8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
as block-level element: 3.2. Understanding Block-Level Elements (Dynamic HTML)
custom newsletter example: 5.11. Combining Forces: A Custom Newsletter (Dynamic HTML)
descendant selector example: 3.7.3. Descendant Selectors (Dynamic HTML)
identifier style rule example: 3.7.2. ID Selectors (Dynamic HTML)
IE DOM example: 5.7.1.1. IE text (Dynamic HTML)
5.7.1.1. IE text (Dynamic HTML)
important declaration example: 3.9.1. Making a Declaration Important (Dynamic HTML)
inheritance example: 3.3.1. Inheritance (Dynamic HTML)
p.narrow rule example: 3.7.1.1. Binding a class identifier to an element type (Dynamic HTML)
text content: 1.6.3. W3C DOM Architecture (Dynamic HTML)
p objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
pack( ): A.2c. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (j-q) (Programming PHP)
format characters
listing of: 1.14.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
format strings: 1.14.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
storing binary data in strings: 1.14.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
package command (PEAR): 21.2.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
package manager, PEAR (see pear application)
packages, Java: 22.4.1. The JavaPackage Class (JavaScript)
22.4.1. The JavaPackage Class (JavaScript)
24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
Packages object (Netscape): 22.3. Using Java Classes Directly (JavaScript)
packages, PEAR
finding: 21.3.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
PHP Extension Code Library (PECL): 21.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
PHP Foundation Classes: 21.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
removing: 21.8.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
requiring: 21.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
upgrading: 21.7.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
packages property: 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
Packages property (Window): 22.4.1. The JavaPackage Class (JavaScript)
pack_start( ) (GtkVBox): 20.7.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
padded strings: 2.6.2.2. Padding strings (Web Database Applications)
padding (see margins)
arrays: 4.7.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
5.3.4. Padding an Array (Programming PHP)
block-level elements and: 3.2.1. Box Pieces (Dynamic HTML)
edge measurement attributes and: 4.2.2. top, right, bottom, and left Attributes (Dynamic HTML)
element rules: 1.5.1. CSS Rationale (Dynamic HTML)
:first-letter element: 3.8.1.1. Using pseudo-elements (Dynamic HTML)
printf( ) output: 4.2.3.1. Format modifiers (Programming PHP)
4.2.3.2. Type specifiers (Programming PHP)
strings: 1.11.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
1.14.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
4.7.2. Miscellaneous String Functions (Programming PHP)
transparent space: 3.2.1. Box Pieces (Dynamic HTML)
padding attribute (CSS): 11.5. Alphabetical Attribute Reference (Dynamic HTML)
padding-bottom attribute (CSS): 11.5. Alphabetical Attribute Reference (Dynamic HTML)
padding-bottom property (CSS): 9.4. CSS Reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
padding-left attribute (CSS): 11.5. Alphabetical Attribute Reference (Dynamic HTML)
padding-left/-right properties (CSS): 9.4. CSS Reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
padding property
CSSStyleDeclaration objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
style objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
padding property (CSS): 9.4. CSS Reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
padding-right attribute (CSS): 11.5. Alphabetical Attribute Reference (Dynamic HTML)
padding-top attribute (CSS): 11.5. Alphabetical Attribute Reference (Dynamic HTML)
padding-top property (CSS): 9.4. CSS Reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
paddingBottom property
CSSStyleDeclaration objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
style objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
paddingLeft property
CSSStyleDeclaration objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
style objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
paddingRight property
CSSStyleDeclaration objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
style objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
paddingTop property
CSSStyleDeclaration objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
style objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
page attribute (CSS): 11.5. Alphabetical Attribute Reference (Dynamic HTML)
page branching: 2.6.2. Page Branching (Dynamic HTML)
page-break-after attribute (CSS): 11.5. Alphabetical Attribute Reference (Dynamic HTML)
page-break-before attribute (CSS): 11.5. Alphabetical Attribute Reference (Dynamic HTML)
page-break-inside attribute (CSS): 11.5. Alphabetical Attribute Reference (Dynamic HTML)
page loading: 5.1. Writing Variable Content (Dynamic HTML)
5.1. Writing Variable Content (Dynamic HTML)
6.3.2. Event Handlers as Object Properties (Dynamic HTML)
page numbers/page links: 5.3.3. Step 3: Adding Page Numbers (Web Database Applications)
page objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
page property
CSSStyleDeclaration objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
style objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
page rendering
absolute positioning and: 2.6.2. Page Branching (Dynamic HTML)
browser decision paths: 3.9. Cascade Precedence Rules (Dynamic HTML)
differences in: 2.6.5. Designing for the Common Denominator (Dynamic HTML)
dynamic content: 2.3.4. Dynamic Content (Dynamic HTML)
HTML 4: 1.3. HTML (Dynamic HTML)
improvements in: 1.6.2. Microsoft IE 4 DOM (Dynamic HTML)
style sheet rules: 1.5.1. CSS Rationale (Dynamic HTML)
@page rule: 11.3. At-Rules (Dynamic HTML)
page YOffset property: 19.4.1. The Netscape 4 Event Object (JavaScript)
pageBreakAfter property
CSSStyleDeclaration objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
style objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
pageBreakBefore property
CSSStyleDeclaration objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
style objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
pageBreakInside property
CSSStyleDeclaration objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
style objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
pages
cookies associated with: 16.1. An Overview of Cookies (JavaScript)
displaying: 1.6.2. Control the Browser (JavaScript)
pages objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
pages, PDF: 10.6.3. Page Transitions (Programming PHP)
(see also web pages)
creating: 10.2.4. Creating a Page (Programming PHP)
transitions: 10.6.3. Page Transitions (Programming PHP)
pages property, styleSheet objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
pagex attribute, layer elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
pageX, pageY properties (Event object, Netscape): 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
pageX property: 6.7. Dragging Elements (Dynamic HTML)
Event object (Netscape): 19.4.1. The Netscape 4 Event Object (JavaScript)
event objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
Layer object: 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
layer objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
pageXOffset property: 19.2.6.3. MouseEvent (JavaScript)
19.4.1. The Netscape 4 Event Object (JavaScript)
24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
window objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
pagey attribute, layer elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
pageY property: 6.7. Dragging Elements (Dynamic HTML)
Event object (Netscape): 19.4.1. The Netscape 4 Event Object (JavaScript)
event objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
Layer object: 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
layer objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
pageYOffset property: 19.2.6.3. MouseEvent (JavaScript)
24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
window objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
paginating PEAR DB query results: 10.14.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
palette: 9.3. Basic Graphics Concepts (Programming PHP), GD entries: 9.8. Color Handling (Programming PHP)
palette attribute, <embed>: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
palette property, embed objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
palleted images, converting to true color: 9.8. Color Handling (Programming PHP)
panel (front-page panel): 4.3. Case Study: The Front-Page Panel (Web Database Applications)
par utility: 20.3.1. Unbuffered Reads and Writes (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
paragraphs, converting to uppercase: 17.2.3. Modifying a Document (JavaScript)
paragraphs, counting in a file: 18.7.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook), problems with: 18.7.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
paragraphs, style pseudo-classes: 9.2.3.4. Style pseudo-classes (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
param( ) (CGI.pm): 14. The CGI.pm Module (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
14. The CGI.pm Module (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
param elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
param objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
parameters: 5.1. User Input (Web Database Applications)
for changing session management behavior: 8.3.8. Configuration of PHP Session Management (Web Database Applications)
form
accessing from PHP code: 7.4.2. Parameters (Programming PHP)
multi-valued: 7.4.6. Multivalued Parameters (Programming PHP)
sticky multi-valued: 7.4.7. Sticky Multivalued Parameters (Programming PHP)
function: 2.3.3.4. Function parameters (Programming PHP)
3. Functions (Programming PHP)
3.4. Function Parameters (Programming PHP)
default: 3.4.3. Default Parameters (Programming PHP)
handling in extensions: 14.7. Parameter Handling (Programming PHP)
missing: 3.4.5. Missing Parameters (Programming PHP)
passing by reference: 3.4.2. Passing Parameters by Reference (Programming PHP)
passing by value: 3.4.1. Passing Parameters by Value (Programming PHP)
variable numbers of: 3.4.4. Variable Parameters (Programming PHP)
PDF, setting: 10.2.3. Setting Metadata (Programming PHP)
parameters, function
accessing: 6.2.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
direct access in PHP: 6.6.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
named: 6.5.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
passing by reference: 6.4.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
setting default values: 6.3.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
variable number of: 6.6.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
$parent( ): 7.8.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
parent-child relationship
descendant selectors and: 3.7.3. Descendant Selectors (Dynamic HTML)
element containment and: 3.3. Two Types of Containment (Dynamic HTML)
elements and: 1.6.2. Microsoft IE 4 DOM (Dynamic HTML)
HTML document example: 1.6.3. W3C DOM Architecture (Dynamic HTML)
nodes and: 1.7. Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) (Dynamic HTML)
5.7.1.2. W3C DOM text (Dynamic HTML)
positioning context: 4.1.2. Absolute Versus Relative Positioning (Dynamic HTML)
parent class: 7.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook), identifying: 7.8.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
parent class, getting name of: 6.5.2. Examining an Object (Programming PHP)
parent directory: 19.8.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook), creating: 19.11.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
parent node object: 12.4.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
parent node property: 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
parent nodes: 17.1.1. Representing Documents as Trees (JavaScript), changing for child nodes: 17.2.3. Modifying a Document (JavaScript)
parent object: 5.9.1. The iframe Element (Dynamic HTML)
parent:: (prefacing method name): 7.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
7.8.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
parent property: 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
Window object: 13.1. Window Overview (JavaScript)
13.11.1. Relationships Between Frames (JavaScript)
window objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
parent property (Window object): 11.3.2.7. Multiple windows and frames (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
_parent target: 4.4. Frame Targets (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
parentElement( ) method, TextRange objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
parentElement property: 9.5.3. Event Handlers (Dynamic HTML)
24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
parentheses ( ), JavaScript: 11.2.9. Expressions and Operators (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
11.2.12.4. Grouping and alternation (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
parentheses , under Symbols) (see ()
parentLayer property: 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript), layer objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
parent_node( ): 12.4.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
parentNode( ) method, TreeWalker objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
parentNode property: 5.7.1.2. W3C DOM text (Dynamic HTML)
5.7.2.2. W3C DOM document tree (Dynamic HTML)
6.7. Dragging Elements (Dynamic HTML)
9.5.3. Event Handlers (Dynamic HTML)
17.2.3. Modifying a Document (JavaScript)
Node object: 17.1.2. Nodes (JavaScript)
parentRule property: 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
CSSRule objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
rule objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
parentStyleSheet property: 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
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)
parentTextEdit property: 9.5.3. Event Handlers (Dynamic HTML)
parentWindow property: 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript), document objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
parse( ): 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript), Date objects: 12.5. Core Objects (Dynamic HTML)
parse( ) function: 11.3.4.1. External entities (Programming PHP)
parse( ) (Date object): 11.4. JavaScript API Reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
parse errors: 13.4.1. Error Reporting (Programming PHP)
parseFloat( ): 11.1.4. Converting Strings to Numbers (JavaScript)
23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
Global objects: 12.5. Core Objects (Dynamic HTML)
parseFloat( ) (Global object): 11.4. JavaScript API Reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
parse_ini_file( ): 18.14.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
A.2c. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (j-q) (Programming PHP)
by sections: 18.14.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
parseInt( ): 4.3.2. Positionable Element Properties (Dynamic HTML)
23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
Global objects: 12.5. Core Objects (Dynamic HTML)
parseInt( ) function: 11.1.4. Converting Strings to Numbers (JavaScript)
parseInt( ) (Global object): 11.4. JavaScript API Reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
parse_str( ): 9.6.2. A Faster Cache (Programming PHP)
A.2c. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (j-q) (Programming PHP)
parse_url( ): A.2c. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (j-q) (Programming PHP)
parse_url( ) function: 4.7.4.4. Decomposing URLs (Programming PHP)
parsing
comma-separated data: 1.10.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
command-line program arguments: 20.2.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
dates and times from strings: 3.10.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
DOM: 12.3.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
fixed-width records in strings: 1.11.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
HTML, using nongreedy matching: 13.5.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
ping program data: 17.11.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
program arguments with getopt( ): 20.3.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
RSS feeds: 12.12.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
strings with binary data: 1.14.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
web server log file: 11.14.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
XML: 12.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
with DOM: 12.4.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
with SAX: 12.5.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
parsing HTML: 12.3.1. Scripts (JavaScript)
parsing XML: 11.3. Parsing XML (Programming PHP)
character data handler: 11.3.2. Character Data Handler (Programming PHP)
creating a parser: 11.3.7. Using the Parser (Programming PHP)
default handler: 11.3.5. Default Handler (Programming PHP)
element handlers: 11.3.1. Element Handlers (Programming PHP)
entity handlers: 11.3.4. Entity Handlers (Programming PHP)
errors: 11.3.8. Errors (Programming PHP)
methods as handlers: 11.3.9. Methods as Handlers (Programming PHP)
options: 11.3.6. Options (Programming PHP)
PHP's XML parser: 11.3. Parsing XML (Programming PHP)
processing instructions: 11.3.3. Processing Instructions (Programming PHP)
sample application: 11.3.10. Sample Parsing Application (Programming PHP)
PassEnv directive (Apache): 19.14. mod_env (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
passing: 11.2. By Value Versus by Reference (JavaScript)
by reference: 11.2.1. Primitive Types and Reference Types (JavaScript)
different meanings of: 11.2.1. Primitive Types and Reference Types (JavaScript)
strings: 11.2.2. Copying and Passing Strings (JavaScript)
by value: 11.2.1. Primitive Types and Reference Types (JavaScript), by reference vs.: 11.2.4. By Value Versus by Reference: Summary (JavaScript)
passing by reference: 6.4.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
3.4.2. Passing Parameters by Reference (Programming PHP)
function parameters: 6.2.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
multiple function return values into arrays: 6.8.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
passing by value: 6.2.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
3.4.1. Passing Parameters by Value (Programming PHP)
passthru( ): A.2c. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (j-q) (Programming PHP), security risks with shell commands: 12.7. Shell Commands (Programming PHP)
password( ): 9.3.1. MySQL encryption (Web Database Applications)
9.3.1. MySQL encryption (Web Database Applications)
password form fields: 6.2.1. Password Fields (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
Password object: 1.6.3. Interact with HTML Forms (JavaScript)
15.2. Defining Form Elements (JavaScript)
15.3.6. Text Fields (JavaScript)
24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
password objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
password_field( ) (CGI.pm): 14. The CGI.pm Module (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
passwords
anonymous FTP: 17.7.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
checking strength of: 14.6.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
DBM database of: 10.3.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
encrypting and storing: 14.5.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
HTTP authentication: 8.10.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
keeping out of site files: 14.2.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
lost, dealing with: 14.7.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
PEAR DB backends: 10.4.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
reading from command line without echoing: 20.5.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
URLs protected by: 14.10.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
passwords, Apache server: 18.1.5. Password and Group Files (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
passwords, authenticating: 7.5.4. Authentication (Programming PHP)
Paste command: D. Internet Explorer Commands (Dynamic HTML)
pasteHTML( ), RangeRef object: 5.10.1. Browser Support (Dynamic HTML)
pasteHTML( ) method, TextRange objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
path attribute (cookie): 16.1. An Overview of Cookies (JavaScript)
16.2. Storing Cookies (JavaScript)
path property (cookies): 17.4.1. The Set-Cookie Response Header (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
path_info( )
CGI.pm: 14. The CGI.pm Module (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
Perl: 15.8. The Perl API (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
pathinfo( ): 19.5.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
A.2c. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (j-q) (Programming PHP)
PATH_INFO variable (CGI): 12.3. Extra Path Information (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
12.4. CGI Environment Variables (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
pathname property
a objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
area objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
Link object: 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
Location object: 13.9. The Location Object (JavaScript)
24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
location objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
pathnames, Unix and Windows: 18.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
18.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
paths: 19.5.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
1.2. Uniform Resource Locators (URLs) (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
for cookies: 8.2.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
extra path information (CGI): 12.3. Extra Path Information (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
paths, specifying for graphical shapes: 10.4.2. Graphics (Programming PHP)
path_translated( ) (CGI.pm): 14. The CGI.pm Module (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
PATH_TRANSLATED variable (CGI): 12.3. Extra Path Information (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
12.4. CGI Environment Variables (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
pattern delimiters: 13.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
13.2.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
pattern matching (see regular expressions)
pattern matching (and regular expressions): 3. Data Types and Values (JavaScript)
3.10. Regular Expressions (JavaScript)
10. Pattern Matching with Regular Expressions (JavaScript)
defining regular expressions: 10.1. Defining Regular Expressions (JavaScript)
alternation, grouping, and references: 10.1.4. Alternation, Grouping, and References (JavaScript)
character classes in: 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)
RegExp object: 10.3. The RegExp Object (JavaScript)
23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
methods: 10.3.1. RegExp Methods for Pattern Matching (JavaScript)
string methods for: 10.2. String Methods for Pattern Matching (JavaScript)
strings, searching for matches: 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
substring matches, replacing: 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
pattern modifiers: 13.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook), preg functions: 13.2.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
patterned lines, drawing with: 15.4.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
patterns: 19.9.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
(see also regular expressions; wildcards)
filenames matching: 19.9.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
separating records, matching with regular expression: 13.10.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
patterns for filling or stroking paths: 10.4.3. Patterns (Programming PHP)
pause-after attribute (CSS): 11.5. Alphabetical Attribute Reference (Dynamic HTML)
pause attribute (CSS): 11.5. Alphabetical Attribute Reference (Dynamic HTML)
pause-before attribute (CSS): 11.5. Alphabetical Attribute Reference (Dynamic HTML)
pause 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)
pauseAfter 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)
pauseBefore 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)
pc_array_power_set( ): 4.25.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
pc_array_shuffle( ): 4.21.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
4.21.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
18.12.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
pc_array_to_comma_string( ): 4.3.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
4.10.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
pc_ascii2html( ): 11.10.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
pc_assign_defaults( ): 6.5.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
pc_auth_ldap_signin( ): 17.9.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
pc_bar_chart( ): 15.10. Program: Generating Bar Charts from Poll Results (PHP Cookbook)
pc_build_query( ): 10.13.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
pc_calendar( ): 3.17. Program: Calendar (PHP Cookbook)
pc_checkbirthdate( ): 3.9.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
pc_check_the_count( ): 5.6.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
pc_date_sort( ): 4.18.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
pc_DB_Session class: 8.7.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
8.7.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
pc_DB_Session::_write( ): 8.7.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
pc_debug( ): 8.20.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
pc_decode( ): 9.4.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
pc_encode( ): 9.4.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
pc_error_handler( ): 8.17.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
pc_fixed_width_substr( ): 1.11.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
pc_format_currency( ): 16.7.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
16.7.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
pc_html2ascii( ): 11.11.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
pc_ImagePSCenter( ): 15.6.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
15.6.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
15.6.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
pc_ImageStringCenter( ): 15.6.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
15.6.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
pc_ImageTTFCenter( ): 15.6.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
15.6.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
pc_indexed_links( ): 10.14.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
10.14.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
pc_link_extractor( ): 11.9.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
11.15. Program: Finding Stale Links (PHP Cookbook)
11.16. Program: Finding Fresh Links (PHP Cookbook)
pc_log_db_error: 6.3.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
pc_logn( ): 2.8.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
pclose( ): 18.22.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
18.23.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
A.2c. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (j-q) (Programming PHP)
pc_mail( ): 17.2.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
pc_may_pluralize( ): 2.11.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
pc_MC_Base class: 16.5.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
pc_message_save( ): 10.16. Program: Storing a Threaded Message Board (PHP Cookbook)
pc_mkdir_parents( ): 18.27. Program: Unzip (PHP Cookbook)
19.11.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
pc_mktime( ): 3.12.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
pc_multi_fwrite( ): 18.20.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
pc_next_permutation( ): 4.26.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
pc_passwordcheck( ): 14.6.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
pc_permute( ): 4.26.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
pc_post_request( ): 11.3.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
pc_print_address( ): 7.12.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
pc_print_link( ): 10.14.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
10.14.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
pc_process_dir( ): 19.10.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
pc_randomint( ): 18.11.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
pc_RSS_item class: 12.5.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
pc_RSS_item::character_data( ): 12.5.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
12.5.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
pc_RSS_item::display( ): 12.5.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
pc_RSS_item::end_element( ): 12.5.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
pc_RSS_item::start_element( ): 12.5.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
pc_RSS_parser class: 12.5.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
12.5.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
pc_split_paragraphs( ): 18.7.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
pc_split_paragraphs_largefile( ): 18.7.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
pc_tab_unexpand function: 1.6.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
$pc_timezones array: 3.12.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
pc_user class: 7.9.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
pc_validate( ): 8.10.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
8.11.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
pc_validate_zipcode( ): 9.3.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
pc_Web_Abuse_Check class: 8.28. Program: Abusive User Checker (PHP Cookbook)
PDF (Portable Document Format): 10. PDF (Programming PHP)
attaching files to document: 10.6.2. Attaching Files to a PDF Document (Programming PHP)
clibpdf extension: B.1. Optional Extensions Listing (Programming PHP)
documents and pages: 10.2. Documents and Pages (Programming PHP)
documents, terminating and streaming: 10.2.6. Terminating and Streaming a PDF Document (Programming PHP)
graphics in: 10.4.2. Graphics (Programming PHP), patterns for filling or stroking paths: 10.4.3. Patterns (Programming PHP)
images and graphics, templates for: 10.4.4. Templates (Programming PHP)
images in: 10.4.1. Images (Programming PHP)
metadata, setting: 10.2.3. Setting Metadata (Programming PHP)
module, checking if installed: 13.3.1. Output Buffering (Programming PHP)
navigation features: 10.5. Navigation (Programming PHP)
bookmarks and thumbnails: 10.5.1. Bookmarks and Thumbnails (Programming PHP)
links: 10.5.2. Links (Programming PHP)
note annotations: 10.6.1. Note Annotations (Programming PHP)
outputting basic text: 10.2.5. Outputting Basic Text (Programming PHP)
page, creating: 10.2.4. Creating a Page (Programming PHP)
page transitions: 10.6.3. Page Transitions (Programming PHP)
pdflib extension: B.1. Optional Extensions Listing (Programming PHP)
PHP extensions for: 10.1. PDF Extensions (Programming PHP)
text in: 10.3. Text (Programming PHP)
altering appearance of: 10.3.3. Text Attributes (Programming PHP)
coordinates for placement: 10.3.1. Coordinates (Programming PHP)
fonts: 10.3.4. Fonts (Programming PHP)
functions for manipulating: 10.3.2. Text Functions (Programming PHP)
pdf_add_bookmark( ): 10.5.1. Bookmarks and Thumbnails (Programming PHP)
pdf_add_launchlink( ): 10.5.2. Links (Programming PHP)
pdf_add_locallink( ): 10.5.2. Links (Programming PHP)
pdf_add_note( ): 10.6.1. Note Annotations (Programming PHP)
pdf_add_pdflink( ): 10.5.2. Links (Programming PHP)
pdf_add_weblink( ): 10.5.2. Links (Programming PHP)
pdf_arc( ): 10.4.2. Graphics (Programming PHP)
pdf_attach_file( ): 10.6.2. Attaching Files to a PDF Document (Programming PHP)
pdf_begin_pattern( ): 10.4.3. Patterns (Programming PHP)
pdf_begin_template( ): 10.4.4. Templates (Programming PHP)
pdf_circle( ): 10.4.2. Graphics (Programming PHP)
pdf_close( ): 10.2.6. Terminating and Streaming a PDF Document (Programming PHP)
pdf_closepath( ): 10.4.2. Graphics (Programming PHP)
pdf_continue_text( ): 10.3.2. Text Functions (Programming PHP)
pdf_curveto( ): 10.4.2. Graphics (Programming PHP)
pdf_delete( ): 10.2.6. Terminating and Streaming a PDF Document (Programming PHP)
pdf_end_page( ): 10.2.4. Creating a Page (Programming PHP)
pdf_end_template( ): 10.4.4. Templates (Programming PHP)
pdf_fill_stroke( ): 10.4.2. Graphics (Programming PHP)
pdf_findfont( ): 10.3.4. Fonts (Programming PHP)
pdf_get_buffer( ): 10.2.2. Initializing the Document (Programming PHP)
pdf_get_parameter( ): 10.2.3. Setting Metadata (Programming PHP)
pdf_get_value( ): 10.4.1. Images (Programming PHP)
pdflib extension: 10.1. PDF Extensions (Programming PHP)
10.3.4. Fonts (Programming PHP)
B.1. Optional Extensions Listing (Programming PHP)
links: 10.5.2. Links (Programming PHP)
transparency, support of: 10.4.1. Images (Programming PHP)
pdf_lineto( ): 10.4.2. Graphics (Programming PHP)
pdf_moveto( ) function: 10.4.2. Graphics (Programming PHP)
pdf_new( ): 10.2.2. Initializing the Document (Programming PHP)
pdf_open_ format( ): 10.4.1. Images (Programming PHP)
pdf_open_file( ): 10.2.2. Initializing the Document (Programming PHP)
pdf_place_image( ): 10.4.1. Images (Programming PHP)
pdf_rect( ): 10.4.2. Graphics (Programming PHP)
pdf_rect( ) function: 10.4.2. Graphics (Programming PHP)
pdf_restore( ): 10.4.4. Templates (Programming PHP)
pdf_save( ) function: 10.4.4. Templates (Programming PHP)
pdf_scale( ): 10.3.1. Coordinates (Programming PHP)
pdf_set_border_style( ): 10.5.2. Links (Programming PHP)
pdf_setcolor( ) function: 10.3.3. Text Attributes (Programming PHP)
pdf_set_info( ): 10.2.3. Setting Metadata (Programming PHP)
pdf_set_parameter( ): 10.3.5. Embedding Fonts (Programming PHP)
pdf_set_parameter( ) function: 10.2.3. Setting Metadata (Programming PHP)
10.3.2. Text Functions (Programming PHP)
pdf_set_textpos( ): 10.3.2. Text Functions (Programming PHP)
pdf_show( ): 10.3.2. Text Functions (Programming PHP)
pdf_show_boxed( ): 10.3.2. Text Functions (Programming PHP)
pdf_stroke( ): 10.4.2. Graphics (Programming PHP)
PDF_translate( ): 10.3.1. Coordinates (Programming PHP)
PEAR: 21.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
Auth class: 17.9.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
Benchmark module: 8.26.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
Cache_DB package: 10.15.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
commands, listing of: 21.2.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
configuring to use with HTTP proxy server: 21.2.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
Console_Getopt class: 20.3.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
DB database abstraction layer: 10.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
10.4.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
(see also DB)
backends supported by: 10.4.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
DB_Pager class: 10.14.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
documenting classes with PHPDoc: 21.9.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
finding packages: 21.3.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
gathering information about a package: 21.4.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
HTTP_Request class (see HTTP_Request class)
installing on Unix and Windows: 21.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
installing packages: 21.5.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
installing PECL packages: 21.6.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
Mail class: 17.2.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
Mail_mime class: 17.3.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
manual, web site for: 21.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
Net_DNS package: 17.10.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
Net_Ping package: 17.11.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
Net_Whois class: 17.12.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
older versions, problems with: 21.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
package manager (see pear application)
packages, finding location of: 21.2.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
removing packages: 21.8.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
SOAP classes: 12.9.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
SOAP_Server class: 12.10.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
upgrading packages: 21.7.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
web site information on: 21.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
XML_RSS class: 12.12.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
XML_Transform package: 12.5.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
pear application: 21.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
21.2.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
commands: 21.2.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
configuring settings: 21.2.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
downloading and installing packages from server: 21.5.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
info command: 21.4.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
install command: 21.6.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
installation of: 21.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
list-upgrades command: 21.7.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
older versions, problems with: 21.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
phpize command: 21.6.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
remote-info command: 21.4.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
remote-list command: 21.3.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
search command: 21.3.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
uninstall command: 21.8.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
upgrade command: 21.7.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
PEAR (PHP Extension and Application Repository)
DB library
advanced techniques: 8.4. Advanced Database Techniques (Programming PHP)
PEAR (PHP Extension and Application Repository) DB library: 1.1. What Does PHP Do? (Programming PHP)
accessing databases with: 8.1. Using PHP to Access a Database (Programming PHP)
8.3. PEAR DB Basics (Programming PHP)
fetching data from query results: 8.3.5. Fetching Results from a Query (Programming PHP)
methods providing information on query results: 8.4.4. Details About a Query Response (Programming PHP)
transactions, methods for: 8.4.7. Transactions (Programming PHP)
PEAR (PHP Extension and Application Respository) DB library, installing: 1.3. Installing PHP (Programming PHP)
PEAR::Error: 10.11.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
PEAR_Error base class: 20.3.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
PEAR_ERROR_CALLBACK constant: 10.11.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
PEAR_ERROR_DIE constant: 10.11.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
PEAR_ERROR_PRINT constant: 10.11.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
PECL (PHP Extension Code Library): 21.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook), installing packages: 21.6.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
percent sign (%)
%2F sequence: 12.2. URL Encoding (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
SSI time formats: 13.4. Configurable Time Formats for SSI Output (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
percentage property values (styles): 9.3.1.3. Percentage property values (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
percentages, formatting for printf( ) output: 4.2.3.2. Type specifiers (Programming PHP)
performance
CGI scripts, running mod_perl: 15.4. Running CGI Scripts with mod_perl (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
client-side validation and: 7.1.2. Models That Do Work (Web Database Applications)
7.3.1. Validating <form> Data with JavaScript (Web Database Applications)
debugging extensions and: 14.5. Memory Management (Programming PHP)
finding bottlenecks with analysis.cgi: 20.5. Using Analysis.cgi to Find A Bottleneck (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
locking tables and: 6.2.2.3. Locking for performance (Web Database Applications)
monitoring with Perl: 20.6. Monitoring Web Performance Using Perl (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
MySQL and: 3.10.2. Tuning the Database System (Web Database Applications)
server-side validation and: 7.1.2. Models That Do Work (Web Database Applications)
sessions and: 8.5.1.1. Performance (Web Database Applications)
8.5.2.2. Performance (Web Database Applications)
synchronization problems and: 8.5.2.3. Timeouts (Web Database Applications)
user-defined functions and: 2.10. User-Defined Functions (Web Database Applications)
performance, caching JavaScript code: 12.2.2. Including JavaScript Files (JavaScript)
performance, PEAR DB library and: 8.1. Using PHP to Access a Database (Programming PHP)
performance tuning: 13.5. Performance Tuning (Programming PHP)
benchmarking: 13.5.1. Benchmarking (Programming PHP)
optimizing execution time: 13.5.3. Optimizing Execution Time (Programming PHP)
optimizing memory requirements: 13.5.4. Optimizing Memory Requirements (Programming PHP)
profiling: 13.5.2. Profiling (Programming PHP)
reverse proxies and replication: 13.5.5. Reverse Proxies and Replication (Programming PHP)
load balancing and redirection: 13.5.5.2. Load balancing and redirection (Programming PHP)
MySQL replication: 13.5.5.3. MySQL replication (Programming PHP)
performance tuning, wrapper functions for information on: 8.20.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
period (.) , under Symbols) (see . (dot)
Perl
chop( ) (deprecated): 1.9.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
JavaScript, comparison to: 1. Introduction to JavaScript (JavaScript)
RegExp features not supported in JavaScript: 10.1.7. Perl RegExp Features Not Supported in JavaScript (JavaScript)
regular expression syntax: 3.10. Regular Expressions (JavaScript)
regular expressions compatible with
preg functions for: 13.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
web site for: 13.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
Perl API: 15.8. The Perl API (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
perl-bin directory: 15.4. Running CGI Scripts with mod_perl (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
Perl, monitoring web performance: 20.6. Monitoring Web Performance Using Perl (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
Perl regular expressions: 4.10. Perl-Compatible Regular Expressions (Programming PHP)
anchors: 4.10.4. Anchors (Programming PHP)
backreferences: 4.10.7. Backreferences (Programming PHP)
character classes: 4.10.3. Character Classes (Programming PHP)
conditional expressions: 4.10.12. Conditional Expressions (Programming PHP)
cut subpattern: 4.10.11. Cut (Programming PHP)
delimiters: 4.10.1. Delimiters (Programming PHP)
differences in PHP implementation: 4.10.14. Differences from Perl Regular Expressions (Programming PHP)
flags (trailing options): 4.10.8. Trailing Options (Programming PHP)
inline options: 4.10.9. Inline Options (Programming PHP)
lookahead and lookbehind assertions: 4.10.10. Lookahead and Lookbehind (Programming PHP)
match behavior: 4.10.2. Match Behavior (Programming PHP)
non-capturing groups: 4.10.6. Non-Capturing Groups (Programming PHP)
PHP functions for: 4.10.13. Functions (Programming PHP)
quantifiers and greed: 4.10.5. Quantifiers and Greed (Programming PHP)
perl-script handler: 15.3. mod_perl Handlers (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
15.4. Running CGI Scripts with mod_perl (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
PerlHandler directive (mod_perl): 15.3. mod_perl Handlers (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
perl_hook( ) (Perl): 15.8. The Perl API (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
PerlModule directive (mod_perl): 15.4. Running CGI Scripts with mod_perl (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
PerlSendHeader directive (mod_perl): 15.4. Running CGI Scripts with mod_perl (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
permanence of variables: 4.2. Variable Declaration (JavaScript)
permissions: 18.2.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
19.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
3.10.3.1. Permissions (Web Database Applications)
changing: 19.4.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
chmod( ) function: A.2a. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (a-e) (Programming PHP)
converting octals to easier-reading strings: 19.13. Program: Web Server Directory Listing (PHP Cookbook)
file: 12.4. File Permissions (Programming PHP)
mode element of file information array, converting to octals: 19.3.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
semaphores for shared memory segments: 5.7.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
setuid, setgid, and sticky bits: 19.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
superuser: 19.4.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
time of last change: 19.2.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
umask( ) function: A.3d. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (r-z) (Programming PHP)
values for: 19.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
permutations of an array: 4.26.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
persistence, database connections: 8.3.2. Connecting (Programming PHP)
persistence, Window and variable lifetime: 12.3.5. Window and Variable Lifetime (JavaScript)
persistent connections: 4.1.2. Essential Functions for Accessing MySQL with PHP (Web Database Applications)
4.1.3.1. Frequently used functions (Web Database Applications)
18. Apache Configuration (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
18. Apache Configuration (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
20.4.4. Persistent Connections (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
persistent database connections: 10.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook), closing for DBMs: 10.3.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
persistent-state cookies: 17.4. Cookies (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
personal bar of bookmarks: 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
Personal Web Server (see PWS)
personalbar objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
personalbar property
window objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
personalizing web sites: 8.5.1.4. Personalization (Web Database Applications)
pfsockopen( ): A.2c. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (j-q) (Programming PHP)
pg_connect( ): 10.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
4.4.4. PostgreSQL (Web Database Applications)
pg_exec( ): 10.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
4.4.4. PostgreSQL (Web Database Applications)
pg_fetch_row( ): 10.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
pg_numrows( ): 10.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
PGP (Pretty Good Privacy): 14.12.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
pg_pconnect( ): 10.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
Phorum (message board package): 10.16. Program: Storing a Threaded Message Board (PHP Cookbook)
PHP
building with support for databases: 8.1. Using PHP to Access a Database (Programming PHP)
client-side (see client-side PHP)
configuration page, creating: 1.4.1. Configuration Page (Programming PHP)
DOM XML extension: 12.3.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
DOM XML material in online PHP Manual: 12.4.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
download site for most recent version: 15.1.1. Going Straight to the Source (Programming PHP)
Extension and Application Repository (see PEAR)
forms: 1.4.2. Forms (Programming PHP)
Function Entry macro: 14.3.4. Fleshing Out the Skeleton (Programming PHP)
graphics: 1.4.4. Graphics (Programming PHP)
history of: 1.2. A Brief History of PHP (Programming PHP), Version 1: 1.2.1. The Evolution of PHP (Programming PHP)
info/options, functions for: A.1. PHP Functions by Category (Programming PHP)
installing: 1.3. Installing PHP (Programming PHP)
language: 2. Language Basics (Programming PHP)
comments: 2.1.4. Comments (Programming PHP)
data types: 2.2. Data Types (Programming PHP)
embedding in web pages: 2.7. Embedding PHP in Web Pages (Programming PHP)
expressions and operators: 2.4. Expressions and Operators (Programming PHP)
flow-control statements: 2.5. Flow-Control Statements (Programming PHP)
garbage collection: 2.3.4. Garbage Collection (Programming PHP)
identifiers: 2.1.6. Identifiers (Programming PHP)
including code: 2.6. Including Code (Programming PHP)
keywords: 2.1.7. Keywords (Programming PHP)
lexical structure: 2.1. Lexical Structure (Programming PHP)
literals: 2.1.5. Literals (Programming PHP)
resources: 2.2.7. Resources (Programming PHP)
statements and semicolons: 2.1.2. Statements and Semicolons (Programming PHP)
variables: 2.3. Variables (Programming PHP)
whitespace and line breaks: 2.1.3. Whitespace and Line Breaks (Programming PHP)
LDAP support: 17.8.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
message board packages: 10.16. Program: Storing a Threaded Message Board (PHP Cookbook)
prepackaged Windows distributions of: 15.1.2.5. Other installers and prepackaged distributions (Programming PHP)
random number generators: 2.6.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
relational databases supported: 10.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
shell-based program, creating: 1.4.5. From the Shell (Programming PHP)
tags, removing from string or file: 11.12.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
tags, removing from strings: A.3d. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (r-z) (Programming PHP)
Unicode support: 16.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
web sites for reference materials: 0.3.1. Web Sites (PHP Cookbook)
Zend Engine 2 (ZE2): 7.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
php-cli script: 21.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
PHP Extension and Application Repository (see PEAR)
PHP-GTK extension: 20.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
20.6.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
displaying menu bar in window: 20.9.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
online documentation: 20.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
running programs with CLI binary: 20.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor: 2.1. Introducing PHP (Web Database Applications)
PHP installer, automatic configuration with: 15.1.2.2. Using the PHP installer to automatically configure PHP (Programming PHP)
PHP (PHP Hypertext Preprocessor): 16. PHP (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
associative arrays: 16.4.1. Dynamic Variables (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
configuration: 16.1. Installation and Configuration (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
control structure: 16.8. Control Structures (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
datatypes: 16.5. Data Types (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
embedding in HTML: 16.2. Embedding PHP in HTML (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
escape sequences: 16.5.3. Strings (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
examples: 16.12. Examples (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
expressions: 16.6. Expressions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
functions: 16.9. Functions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
16.13. Function Reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
installation: 16.1. Installation and Configuration (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
language syntax: 16.3. Language Syntax (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
operators: 16.7. Operators (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
scripts: 1.3. Web Content: HTML, XML, CGI, JavaScript, and PHP (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
sessions: 16.11. Sessions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
variables: 16.4. Variables (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
dynamic variables: 16.4.1. Dynamic Variables (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
scope: 16.9.2. Variable Scope (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
web-related variables: 16.10. Web-Related Variables (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
PHP scripting language: 1.3. The Middle Tier (Web Database Applications)
1.3.2. Web Scripting with PHP (Web Database Applications)
2. PHP (Web Database Applications)
arrays and: 2.5. Arrays (Web Database Applications)
benefits for writing web-enabled scripts and: 5.1.2. Passing Data with the HTML <form> Environment (Web Database Applications)
branch statements and: 2.2. Conditions and Branches (Web Database Applications)
conditional statements and: 2.2. Conditions and Branches (Web Database Applications)
functions ): 6.1.3. Inserting, Updating, and Deleting Data (Web Database Applications)
(see also functions (PHP)
HTTP authentication and: 9.2. HTTP Authentication with PHP (Web Database Applications)
initializing variables and: 5.1.5. How PHP Initializes Variables (Web Database Applications)
installing: A.1.4. Installing PHP (Web Database Applications)
loops and: 2.3. Loops (Web Database Applications)
objects and: 2.11. Objects (Web Database Applications)
online manual for: A.4. Installation Resources (Web Database Applications)
regular expressions and: 2.7. Regular Expressions (Web Database Applications)
scripting environment of: 1.3.2. Web Scripting with PHP (Web Database Applications)
session management and: 8.3. PHP Session Management (Web Database Applications)
D.2. PHP Session Management (Web Database Applications)
strings and: 2.6. Strings (Web Database Applications)
using to access non-MySQL databases: 4.4. Interacting with Other DBMSs Using PHP (Web Database Applications)
PHP scripts
for authentication: 9.4.3.3. Authentication script (Web Database Applications)
creating: 2.1.1.1. Creating PHP scripts (Web Database Applications)
debugging: 2.12. Common Mistakes (Web Database Applications)
example of: 2.4. A Working Example (Web Database Applications)
for login <form>: 9.4.3.2. Login page (Web Database Applications)
for logout: 9.4.3.4. Logout script (Web Database Applications)
managing HTTP authentication with: 9.2.2. Managing HTTP Authentication with PHP (Web Database Applications)
of examples for the winestore: A.2. Installing the Winestore Examples (Web Database Applications)
reusing functions and: 2.10.4. Reusing Functions with Include and Require Files (Web Database Applications)
.php suffix, debugging and: 2.12.4. Other Common Problems (Web Database Applications)
PHP Triad for Windows: A.4. Installation Resources (Web Database Applications)
PHP_ADD_INCLUDE( ) macro: 14.4.2. External Dependencies (Programming PHP)
PHP_ADD_LIBRARY_WITH_PATH( ) macro: 14.4.2. External Dependencies (Programming PHP)
php_admin_flag directive: 16.1. Installation and Configuration (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
php_admin_value directive: 16.1. Installation and Configuration (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
PHP_AUTH_PW global variable: 8.10.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
PHP_AUTH_USER global variable: 8.10.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
phpcredits( ): A.2c. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (j-q) (Programming PHP)
PHPDoc: 21.9.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
comments: 21.9.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
tags: 21.9.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
phpdoc program: 21.9.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
PHP_FE( ) macro: 14.3.4. Fleshing Out the Skeleton (Programming PHP)
php_flag directive: 16.1. Installation and Configuration (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
phpinfo( ): 6.11.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
1.4.1. Configuration Page (Programming PHP)
A.2c. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (j-q) (Programming PHP)
checking for database support: 8.1. Using PHP to Access a Database (Programming PHP)
checking GD version: 15.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
GD extension, information on: 9.2. The GD Extension (Programming PHP)
passwords stored in environment variables: 14.2.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
php.ini file
browscap configuration directive: 8.8.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
checking original configuration variable value: 8.23.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
configuration values for PHP, persistent changes in: 8.24.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
directives recommended for production systems: 12.1.1. Initialize Variables (Programming PHP)
disable_functions option: 12.6. PHP Code (Programming PHP)
extension INI entries: 14.12. Extension INI Entries (Programming PHP)
include path for PEAR packages: 21.2.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
mail settings: 17.2.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
maximum size (in bytes) for file uploads: 12.3.2. Beware of Filling Your Filesystem (Programming PHP)
memory_limit directive: 14.5. Memory Management (Programming PHP)
reading: 18.14.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
safe_mode directive: 12.4.4. Safe Mode (Programming PHP)
session information storage, customizing: 7.6.2.3. Custom storage (Programming PHP)
session.save_handler, setting for user session storage: 8.7.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
session.save_path: 8.7.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
track_errors option: 13.4.1. Error Reporting (Programming PHP)
variables_order directive: 12.1.2. Set variables_order (Programming PHP)
php.ini-recommended configuration file: 8.16.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
PHP_INI_MH( ) prototype macro: 14.12. Extension INI Entries (Programming PHP)
phpize command (pear): 21.6.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
php_logo_guid( ): A.2c. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (j-q) (Programming PHP)
PHP_MINIT_FUNCTION( ): 14.12. Extension INI Entries (Programming PHP)
php_sapi_name( ): 20.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
A.2c. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (j-q) (Programming PHP)
$PHP_SELF variable (current script name): 7.2. Variables (Programming PHP)
$PHPSESSID/PHPSESSID: 8.3.2. Starting a Session (Web Database Applications)
php_session table: 8.7.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
php_uname( ): A.2c. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (j-q) (Programming PHP)
php_value directive: 16.1. Installation and Configuration (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
phpversion( ): A.2c. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (j-q) (Programming PHP)
pi( ): A.2c. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (j-q) (Programming PHP)
pi constant: 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
PI (Process Instruction) XML tag: 2.7.2. SGML Style (Programming PHP)
PI property, Math object: 12.5. Core Objects (Dynamic HTML)
pica units: 1.5.1. CSS Rationale (Dynamic HTML)
4.2.2. top, right, bottom, and left Attributes (Dynamic HTML)
PidFile directive (Apache): 18. Apache Configuration (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
ping( ) (Net_Ping): 17.11.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
ping program: 17.11.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
pipes: 18.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
15.2.9. External Commands (Programming PHP)
opening in r mode to read standard output: 18.24.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
opening to external program and writing to: 18.22.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
opening to process executed by shell command: A.2c. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (j-q) (Programming PHP)
program output: 18.23.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
pitch attribute (CSS): 11.5. Alphabetical Attribute Reference (Dynamic HTML)
pitch 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)
pitch-range attribute (CSS): 11.5. Alphabetical Attribute Reference (Dynamic HTML)
pitchRange 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)
pixel units: 4.2.2. top, right, bottom, and left Attributes (Dynamic HTML)
18.2.2. Specifying the Position and Size of Elements (JavaScript)
pixelBottom property
CSSStyleDeclaration objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
style objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
pixelDepth property: 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript), screen object: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
pixelHeight property
CSSStyleDeclaration objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
style objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
pixelLeft property
CSSStyleDeclaration objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
style objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
pixelRight property
CSSStyleDeclaration objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
style objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
pixels
checking color index for: 9.8.2. Identifying Colors (Programming PHP)
setting color for: 9.4.5. Basic Drawing Functions (Programming PHP)
pixelTop property: 4.3.2. Positionable Element Properties (Dynamic HTML)
CSSStyleDeclaration objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
style objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
pixelWidth property
CSSStyleDeclaration objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
style objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
pkcs11 property
window objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
placeholders
for database query values: 8.4.1. Placeholders (Programming PHP)
XML entities as: 11.3.4. Entity Handlers (Programming PHP)
placeholders in database queries: 10.6.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
10.8.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
quoting values: 10.10.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
plain-text document, creating: 14.2.1. Non-HTML Documents (JavaScript)
plaintext elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
plaintext files as databases: 10.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
plaintext objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
platform property: 13.6. The Navigator Object (JavaScript)
24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
navigator object: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
platform, testing for: 15.2.1. Determining the Platform (Programming PHP)
platforms (see browsers also browsers)
(see also browsers)
compatibility issues: 20.1. Platform and Browser Compatibility (JavaScript)
defensive coding for incompatibilities: 20.1.2. Defensive Coding (JavaScript)
failing to resolve: 20.1.7. Fail Gracefully (JavaScript)
feature testing: 20.1.3. Feature Testing (JavaScript)
ignoring incompatibilities: 20.1.6. Ignore the Problem (JavaScript)
server-side scripts: 20.1.5. Compatibility Through Server-Side Scripts (JavaScript)
workarounds: 20.1.4. Platform-Specific Workarounds (JavaScript)
cross-platform strategies: 2.6. Cross-Platform Strategies (Dynamic HTML)
CSS considerations: 3.4. The CSS Platform (Dynamic HTML)
defined: 2.1. What Is a Platform? (Dynamic HTML)
2.1. What Is a Platform? (Dynamic HTML)
downloadable fonts: 2.3.7. Downloadable Fonts (Dynamic HTML)
dynamic content: 2.3.4. Dynamic Content (Dynamic HTML)
element object references: 2.3.1. Element Object References (Dynamic HTML)
2.3.1. Element Object References (Dynamic HTML)
event models: 2.3.5. The Event Model (Dynamic HTML)
Navigator 4 DHTML: 2.2. Navigator 4 DHTML—Fading Fast (Dynamic HTML)
2.2. Navigator 4 DHTML—Fading Fast (Dynamic HTML)
Netscape 6 (Mozilla) DHTML: 2.4. Netscape 6 (Mozilla) DHTML (Dynamic HTML)
style sheet differences: 3.10. Cross-Platform Style Differences (Dynamic HTML)
play-during attribute (CSS): 11.5. Alphabetical Attribute Reference (Dynamic HTML)
playDuring 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)
Plugin object: 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
plugin objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
plugins: 14.9. Applets (JavaScript)
14.10. Embedded Data (JavaScript)
24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
updating plugins[] array: 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
plugins objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
plugins[] property: 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript), Document object: 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
pluginspage attribute, embed elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
pluginspage attribute, <embed>: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
pluginspage property, embed objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
pluginurl attribute, embed elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
pluralizing words: 2.11.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
plus sign (see +, under Symbols)
PNG file format: 15.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook), bar chart image: 15.10. Program: Generating Bar Charts from Poll Results (PHP Cookbook)
PNG image format: 9.2. The GD Extension (Programming PHP)
black square on white background (example): 9.4. Creating and Drawing Images (Programming PHP)
changing to JPEG: 9.4.2. Changing the Output Format (Programming PHP)
in PDF files: 10.4.1. Images (Programming PHP)
output function for: 9.4.1. The Structure of a Graphics Program (Programming PHP)
pnotes( ) (Perl): 15.8. The Perl API (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
point object, creating and initializing: 3.5.2. Object Literals (JavaScript)
point-size attribute, font elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
point units: 4.2.2. top, right, bottom, and left Attributes (Dynamic HTML)
poll results, bar charts generated from: 15.10. Program: Generating Bar Charts from Poll Results (PHP Cookbook)
polygons, drawing: 9.4.5. Basic Drawing Functions (Programming PHP)
filled: 15.2.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
open polygon: 15.2.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
polymorphism, method: 7.10.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
POP3: 17.4.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
pop( ): 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript), Array objects: 12.5. Core Objects (Dynamic HTML)
pop( ) (Array object): 11.4. JavaScript API Reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
pop-up dialogs (see dialog boxes)
popen( ): 18.22.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
18.23.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
18.24.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
A.2c. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (j-q) (Programming PHP)
popen( ) function, security risks: 12.7. Shell Commands (Programming PHP)
popup objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
popup_menu( ) (CGI.pm): 14. The CGI.pm Module (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
port( ) (Perl): 15.8. The Perl API (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
port property
a objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
area objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
Link object: 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
Location object: 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
location objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
portability
database-specific extensions and: 8.1. Using PHP to Access a Database (Programming PHP)
optimizing database connections for: 8.3.2. Connecting (Programming PHP)
Portable Document Format (see PDF)
ports: B.1.2.2. Ports (Web Database Applications)
pos( ): A.2c. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (j-q) (Programming PHP)
posBottom property, style, CSSStyleDeclaration objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
posHeight property, style, CSSStyleDeclaration objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
position
array elements, finding for: 4.13.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
getting current in a file: 18.15.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
position attribute
fixed value: 4.2.1. The position Attribute (Dynamic HTML)
pixel units, specifying in: 18.2.2. Specifying the Position and Size of Elements (JavaScript)
positioning context and: 4.1.2. Absolute Versus Relative Positioning (Dynamic HTML)
positioning elements: 4.1.1. Setting the position Attribute (Dynamic HTML)
values for: 18.2.1. The Key to DHTML: The position Attribute (JavaScript)
position attribute (CSS): 11.5. Alphabetical Attribute Reference (Dynamic HTML)
position of smaller string within larger string: 4.7.4.1. Searches returning position (Programming PHP)
position property
CSSStyleDeclaration objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
style objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
positioning
attributes: 2.3.3. CSS Positioning and Layering (Dynamic HTML)
4.2. Positioning Attributes (Dynamic HTML)
box positioning: 3.2.2. Box Positioning (Dynamic HTML)
common tasks: 4.5. Common Positioning Tasks (Dynamic HTML)
creating positionable elements: 4.1. Creating Positionable Elements (Dynamic HTML)
cross-platform scripting: 4.4. Cross-Platform Position Scripting (Dynamic HTML)
CSS-P and: 1.5. Style Sheets (Dynamic HTML)
cursor in PDF text: 10.3.2. Text Functions (Programming PHP)
element positioning: 1.5.2. Element Positioning and Layering (Dynamic HTML)
4. Adding Dynamic Positioning to Documents (Dynamic HTML)
graphics rule: 2.3.3. CSS Positioning and Layering (Dynamic HTML)
2.3.3. CSS Positioning and Layering (Dynamic HTML)
images in PDF documents: 10.4.1. Images (Programming PHP)
layer elements and: 1.6. Document Object Model (Dynamic HTML)
Netscape 6: 2.4.3. Positioning and Layering (Dynamic HTML)
scripting and: 4.3. Changing Attribute Values via Scripting (Dynamic HTML)
text in PDF files: 10.3.2. Text Functions (Programming PHP)
positioning elements with CSS: 18.2. Element Positioning with CSS (JavaScript)
display and visibility attributes: 18.2.4. Element Display and Visibility (JavaScript)
positioning example: 18.2.6. CSS Positioning Example (JavaScript)
specifying position and size: 18.2.2. Specifying the Position and Size of Elements (JavaScript)
standardization process: 18.1.4. Versions of CSS (JavaScript)
visibility (partial), overflow and clip attributes: 18.2.5. Partial Visibility: overflow and clip (JavaScript)
z-index attribute: 18.2.3. The Third Dimension: z-index (JavaScript)
positioning properties, unit specifications for: 18.3.2. Working with Style Properties (JavaScript)
positions in indexed arrays: 5.1. Indexed Versus Associative Arrays (Programming PHP)
positive look-ahead assertion: 10.1.5. Specifying Match Position (JavaScript)
10.1.5. Specifying Match Position (JavaScript)
positive lookahead and lookbehind assertions: 4.10.10. Lookahead and Lookbehind (Programming PHP)
positive or negative Infinity: 5.3. Arithmetic Operators (JavaScript)
POSITIVE_INFINITY constant: 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
POSITIVE_INFINITY property, Number objects: 12.5. Core Objects (Dynamic HTML)
POSIX
regular expression functions: 13.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
regular expressions, web site information on: 13.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
POSIX-style regular expressions: 4.9. POSIX-Style Regular Expressions (Programming PHP)
anchors in: 4.9.2. Anchors (Programming PHP)
functions for: 4.9.3. Functions (Programming PHP)
matching: 4.9.3.1. Matching (Programming PHP)
replacing: 4.9.3.2. Replacing (Programming PHP)
splitting strings: 4.9.3.3. Splitting (Programming PHP)
posLeft property, style, CSSStyleDeclaration objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
posRight property, style, CSSStyleDeclaration objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
$_POST array: 1.4.2. Forms (Programming PHP), accessing form parameters: 7.4.2. Parameters (Programming PHP)
POST attribute, cookies and: 8.3.6. Session Management Without Cookies (Web Database Applications)
post-decrement operator: 5.3. Arithmetic Operators (JavaScript)
POST method: 11.7.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
fetching URLs with: 11.3.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
maximum size of files: 9.7.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
sign-in form for LDAP: 17.9.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
SOAP requests: 12.10.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
URL redirection and: 8.5.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
XML-RPC requests: 12.8.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
POST method (HTTP): 7.1. HTTP Basics (Programming PHP)
12.1.1. Transferring the Form Data (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
17.1.1.3. The POST method (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
form processing: 7.4.1. Methods (Programming PHP)
global variables for, controlling: 12.1.2. Set variables_order (Programming PHP)
$HTTP_POST_VARS array: 7.2. Variables (Programming PHP)
quotes state for operations: A.2b. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (f-i) (Programming PHP)
sending XML-RPC request via: 11.5.1. Servers (Programming PHP)
XML-RPC request, constructing for: 11.5.2. Clients (Programming PHP)
$_POST superglobal array: 9.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
9.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
9.8.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
post-validation error finding: 7.1. Validation and Error Reporting for Web Database Applications (Web Database Applications)
post_connection( ) (Perl): 15.8. The Perl API (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
PostgreSQL: 1.4.3. The MySQL DBMS (Web Database Applications)
4.4.4. PostgreSQL (Web Database Applications)
PostgreSQL database: 10.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
DSN for: 10.4.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
handler using: 8.7.4. See Also (PHP Cookbook)
PostgreSQL extension: B.1. Optional Extensions Listing (Programming PHP)
post_max_size configuration directive: 9.7.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
post_max_size configuration option: 12.3.2. Beware of Filling Your Filesystem (Programming PHP)
posTop property: 4.3.2. Positionable Element Properties (Dynamic HTML), style, CSSStyleDeclaration objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
PostScript font metrics: 10.3.4. Fonts (Programming PHP)
PostScript Type 1 fonts: 15.5.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
drawing centered text: 15.6.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
15.6.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
t1lib: 15.5.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
posWidth property, style, CSSStyleDeclaration objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
pow( ): 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
2.9.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
A.2c. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (j-q) (Programming PHP)
Math object: 12.5. Core Objects (Dynamic HTML)
power set: 4.25.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
powers: 2.9.6. Powers and Logs (Web Database Applications)
pqg attribute, keygen elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
pre elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
pre-increment and post-increment operator: 5.3. Arithmetic Operators (JavaScript)
pre objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
precedence
CSS style rules, determining: 18.1.3. The Cascade (JavaScript)
operator: 5.2. Operator Overview (JavaScript)
5.2.3. Operator Precedence (JavaScript)
+ (concatenation) operator: 5.6. String Operators (JavaScript)
precedence of operators: 2.1.5.2. Operator precedence (Web Database Applications)
precedence, operator: 2.4. Expressions and Operators (Programming PHP)
2.4.2. Operator Precedence (Programming PHP)
associativity and: 2.4.3. Operator Associativity (Programming PHP)
two basic rules for: 2.4.2. Operator Precedence (Programming PHP)
precedence rules: 3.9. Cascade Precedence Rules (Dynamic HTML)
precision
floating-point numbers, rounding to nearest integer: 2.4.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
high-precision time, generating: 3.14.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
precision, number: 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
precision specifier for floating-point numbers: 4.2.3.1. Format modifiers (Programming PHP)
predefined functions: 3.4. Functions (JavaScript)
predefined functions and global variables: 2.8. Reserved Words (JavaScript)
predefined JavaScript elements
as global object properties: 4.6.1. The Global Object (JavaScript)
constructors: 8.1.1. Creating Objects (JavaScript)
preference( ) method, navigator object: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
preferences
for page colors (see color cookies)
session, saving across requests: 7.6.3. Combining Cookies and Sessions (Programming PHP)
using from sessions: 7.6.2.1. Session basics (Programming PHP)
prefix property: 9.5.3. Event Handlers (Dynamic HTML)
9.5.3. Event Handlers (Dynamic HTML)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
preg functions: 13.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
converting ereg functions to: 13.2.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
pattern delimiters: 13.2.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
pattern modifiers: 13.2.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
escaping metacharacters: 13.9.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
preg_grep( ): 13.7.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
preg_match( ): 13.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
4.10.13.1. Matching (Programming PHP)
filenames matching a pattern: 19.9.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
parsing Combined Log Format lines: 11.14.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
parsing date formats: 3.10.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
preg_match_all( ): 13.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
ping program output, parsing: 17.11.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
pulling all matches into an array: 13.4.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
preg_quote( ): 13.9.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
4.10.13.5. Quoting for regular expressions (Programming PHP)
preg_replace( ): 11.8.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
13.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
4.10.13.2. Replacing (Programming PHP)
calling eval( ) with /e option: 12.6. PHP Code (Programming PHP)
preg_split( ): 1.12.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
13.10.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
4.10.13.3. Splitting (Programming PHP)
prepare( ) (DB): 10.7.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
10.8.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
prepare( ) method: 8.4.2. Prepare/Execute (Programming PHP)
Pretty Good Privacy (PGP): 14.12.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
prev( ): 5.7.2. The Iterator Functions (Programming PHP)
A.2c. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (j-q) (Programming PHP)
2.5.3. Using Array Pointers (Web Database Applications)
prev( ) (Perl): 15.8. The Perl API (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
preventDefault( ): 6.4.3. W3C preventDefault( ) Method (Netscape 6 and Later) (Dynamic HTML)
19.2.1. Event Propagation (JavaScript)
19.2.6.1. Event (JavaScript)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
synthesized events and: 19.2.9. Synthesizing Events (JavaScript)
preventDefault( ) method, event objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
preventDefault( ) (Event object): 11.4. JavaScript API Reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
previewing events before processing (Netscape): 19.4.2. Event Capturing in Netscape 4 (JavaScript)
previous property, history objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
previousNode( )
NodeIterator object: 17.5.1.1. NodeIterator and TreeWalker (JavaScript)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
TreeWalker object: 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
previousNode( ) method
NodeIterator objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
TreeWalker objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
previousPage( ) method, table objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
previousSibling( ): 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
previousSibling( ) method, TreeWalker objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
previousSibling property: 5.7.1.2. W3C DOM text (Dynamic HTML)
9.5.3. Event Handlers (Dynamic HTML)
9.5.3. Event Handlers (Dynamic HTML)
17.2.1. Traversing a Document (JavaScript)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
Node object: 17.1.2. Nodes (JavaScript)
prevValue property: 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
event objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
primary keys: 3.1.2. Terminology (Web Database Applications)
3.10.1. Keys, Primary Keys, and Indexes (Web Database Applications)
primitive data types
converting objects to: 5.4.1. Equality (==) and Identity (===) (JavaScript)
8.7.4. The valueOf( ) Method (JavaScript)
converting values from one type to another: 3.12. Primitive Data Type Wrapper Objects (JavaScript)
Java char, converting to JavaScript number: 22.5. LiveConnect Data Conversion (JavaScript)
JavaScript
converting JavaObject objects to: 22.6. JavaScript Conversion of JavaObjects (JavaScript)
22.6. JavaScript Conversion of JavaObjects (JavaScript)
numbers: 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
numbers, converting to Java types: 22.5. LiveConnect Data Conversion (JavaScript)
strings: 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
numbers, strings, and booleans: 3. Data Types and Values (JavaScript)
reference types vs.: 4.4. Primitive Types and Reference Types (JavaScript)
11.2.1. Primitive Types and Reference Types (JavaScript)
wrapper objects for: 3.12. Primitive Data Type Wrapper Objects (JavaScript)
primitiveType property: 18.5.5. Traversing Style Sheets (JavaScript)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
print( )
Perl: 15.8. The Perl API (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
Window object: 11.4. JavaScript API Reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
print( ): 7.1. Defining and Invoking Functions (JavaScript)
24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
18.19.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
4.2.2. print( ) (Programming PHP)
A.2c. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (j-q) (Programming PHP)
Window object: 13.1. Window Overview (JavaScript)
print( ) method, window objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
print statement: 2.1.1.3. Outputting data with echo and print (Web Database Applications)
printenv directive (SSI): 13.2. Basic SSI Directives (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
printf( ): 19.13. Program: Web Server Directory Listing (PHP Cookbook)
4.2.3. printf( ) (Programming PHP)
A.2c. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (j-q) (Programming PHP)
2.6.2.1. Creating formatted output with sprintf( ) and printf( ) (Web Database Applications)
format modifiers: 4.2.3.1. Format modifiers (Programming PHP)
hexadecimal numbers, formatting: 2.16.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
type specifier: 4.2.3.2. Type specifiers (Programming PHP)
printing
array in horizontally columned HTML table: 4.27. Program: Printing an Array in a Horizontally Columned HTML Table (PHP Cookbook)
array with commas: 4.10.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
database errors: 10.11.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
error messages: 13.4.4. Defining Error Handlers (Programming PHP)
formatted data to browser based on the pipe output: 18.23.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
strings: 4.2. Printing Strings (Programming PHP)
with echo: 4.2.1. echo (Programming PHP)
with print( ) function: 4.2.2. print( ) (Programming PHP)
with printf( ) function: 4.2.3. printf( ) (Programming PHP)
with print_r( ): 4.2.4. print_r( ) and var_dump( ) (Programming PHP)
with var_dump( ) function: 4.2.4. print_r( ) and var_dump( ) (Programming PHP)
text in Spanish: 16.5.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
UTC time: 3.12.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
XML tags manually: 12.2.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
print_r( ): 5.9.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
4.2.4. print_r( ) and var_dump( ) (Programming PHP)
A.2c. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (j-q) (Programming PHP)
2.1.7.1. Debugging with print_r( ) and var_dump( ) (Web Database Applications)
2.5.5.1. Sorting with sort( ) and rsort( ) (Web Database Applications)
displaying everything in error object: 10.11.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
printing object variable values: 7.11.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
priority levels for different debugging comments: 8.20.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
privacy issues, JavaScript programs and: 21.1. JavaScript and Security (JavaScript)
private and public methods or properties: 6.3. Accessing Properties and Methods (Programming PHP)
private keys: 14.12.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
A.3.3. Creating a Key and Certificate (Web Database Applications)
privileges: 3.10.3.1. Permissions (Web Database Applications)
process IDs: A.2b. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (f-i) (Programming PHP)
processes, sharing variables between: 5.7.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
processing instructions for XML documents: 11.3.3. Processing Instructions (Programming PHP)
ProcessingInstruction object: 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
ProcessingInstruction objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
PROCESSING_INSTRUCTION_NODE property: 9.5.3. Event Handlers (Dynamic HTML)
product property, navigator object: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
production environment, php.ini directives for: 12.1.1. Initialize Variables (Programming PHP)
productSub property, navigator object: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
profile( ): 8.26.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
profile attribute, head elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
profile attribute, <head>: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
profile property, head objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
profiling: 13.5.2. Profiling (Programming PHP)
profiling code: 8.26.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
program execution, functions for: A.1. PHP Functions by Category (Programming PHP)
programming languages
JavaScript as: 1.1.2. JavaScript Is Not Simple (JavaScript)
typed versus untyped: 4.1. Variable Typing (JavaScript)
programming, performance considerations: 20.3. Programming (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
programs
reading standard error from: 18.24.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
reading standard output from: 18.23.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
programs (JavaScript), executing: 12.3. Execution of JavaScript Programs (JavaScript)
event handlers: 12.3.3. Event Handlers (JavaScript)
functions: 12.3.2. Functions (JavaScript)
JavaScript URLs: 12.3.4. JavaScript URLs (JavaScript)
scripts: 12.3.1. Scripts (JavaScript)
Window and variable lifetime: 12.3.5. Window and Variable Lifetime (JavaScript)
progressive JPEGs in PDF files: 10.4.1. Images (Programming PHP)
prompt( ): 6.17. try/catch/finally (JavaScript)
13.1. Window Overview (JavaScript)
13.2. Simple Dialog Boxes (JavaScript)
24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
prompt( ) method, window objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
prompt attribute, isindex elements: 8.3. Alphabetical Tag Reference (Dynamic HTML)
prompt attribute, <isindex>: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
prompt property, isindex objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
prompt( ) (Window object): 11.3.2.1. Simple dialog boxes (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
11.4. JavaScript API Reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
prompter property
window objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
properties: 2.3.5. The Event Model (Dynamic HTML)
2.2.6. Objects (Programming PHP)
accessing: 1.6.2. Microsoft IE 4 DOM (Dynamic HTML)
2.3.2. Cascading Style Sheets (Dynamic HTML)
5.5. Changing Tag Attribute Values (Dynamic HTML)
6.3. Accessing Properties and Methods (Programming PHP)
background properties: 3.5.2. CSS Attribute Assignment Syntax (Dynamic HTML)
class: 8.5.3. Class Properties (JavaScript)
7.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
assigning constant values to: 7.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
assigning non-constant values to: 7.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
declaring: 7.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
7.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
naming: 7.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
class, getting: 6.5.1. Examining Classes (Programming PHP)
A.2b. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (f-i) (Programming PHP)
client-side activities: 5.1. Writing Variable Content (Dynamic HTML)
client-side JavaScript, case insensitivity in: 2.2. Case Sensitivity (JavaScript)
controlling: 1.5.2. Element Positioning and Layering (Dynamic HTML)
Core DOM module and: 1.6. Document Object Model (Dynamic HTML)
CSS2Properties: 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
data types of: 5.6.1. The style Property (Dynamic HTML)
declaring: 6.4.2. Declaring Properties (Programming PHP)
default values: 9.3. Default Property Values (Dynamic HTML)
defined by DOM interfaces: 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
elements sharing: 1.7. Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) (Dynamic HTML)
event handlers as: 6.3.2. Event Handlers as Object Properties (Dynamic HTML)
6.3.2. Event Handlers as Object Properties (Dynamic HTML)
event objects: 2.3.5. The Event Model (Dynamic HTML)
6.2.2. Event Object Properties (Dynamic HTML)
form elements: 15.3.2. Form Element Properties (JavaScript)
function: 7.5. Function Properties and Methods (JavaScript)
defining custom: 7.5.3. Defining Your Own Function Properties (JavaScript)
prototype: 7.5.2. The prototype Property (JavaScript)
global, predefined: 2.8. Reserved Words (JavaScript)
HTML API (DOM): 17.1.3.1. HTML naming conventions (JavaScript)
instance: 8.5.1. Instance Properties (JavaScript)
10.3.2. RegExp Instance Properties (JavaScript)
list of: 14. DOM Property Index (Dynamic HTML)
nodes and: 1.6.3. W3C DOM Architecture (Dynamic HTML)
5.7.1.2. W3C DOM text (Dynamic HTML)
object: 3.5. Objects (JavaScript)
8.1. Objects and Properties (JavaScript)
8.5. Object-Oriented JavaScript (JavaScript)
6.1. Terminology (Programming PHP)
adding to base object: 7.12.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
Anchor: 14.8. Anchors (JavaScript)
applets: 14.9. Applets (JavaScript)
assigning functions to: 3.4. Functions (JavaScript)
7.2. Functions as Data (JavaScript)
constructor function, creating with: 3.5.1. Creating Objects (JavaScript)
8.2. Constructors (JavaScript)
8.7.1. The constructor Property (JavaScript)
Cookie: 16.4. Cookie Example (JavaScript)
CSS2Properties: 18.3.1. Naming Conventions: CSS Attributes in JavaScript (JavaScript)
deleting: 8.1.4. Undefined Properties (JavaScript)
Document: 14.1.2. Document Properties (JavaScript)
14.3. Document Color Properties (JavaScript)
24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
embedded data: 14.10. Embedded Data (JavaScript)
enumerable: 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
enumerating: 8.1.3. Enumerating Properties (JavaScript)
Event: 19.2.9. Synthesizing Events (JavaScript)
24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
event handler, assigning function to: 19.1.3. Event Handlers as Properties (JavaScript)
19.1.6. Scope of Event Handlers (JavaScript)
event handler attributes as: 19.1.3. Event Handlers as Properties (JavaScript)
event handler return values: 19.1.4. Event Handler Return Values (JavaScript)
finding: 7.11.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
Form: 15.1. The Form Object (JavaScript)
24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
getting: A.2b. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (f-i) (Programming PHP)
getting array of: 6.5.2. Examining an Object (Programming PHP)
global: 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
HTMLElement: 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
Image: 14.6.3. Image Event Handlers (JavaScript)
24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
inheritance from Object class: 8.5.7. Superclasses and Subclasses (JavaScript)
Input: 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
JavaPackage hierarchy: 22.4.1. The JavaPackage Class (JavaScript)
JavaScript binding of DOM API: 17.1.6. Language-Independent DOM Interfaces (JavaScript)
17.2.3. Modifying a Document (JavaScript)
JavaScript, corresponding to CSS style attributes: 18.3. Scripting Styles (JavaScript)
Layer: 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
Layer, with CSS equivalents: 18.4.2. DHTML in Netscape 4 (JavaScript)
Link: 14.7. Links (JavaScript)
14.7.2. Link Event Handlers (JavaScript)
24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
locally defined, checking for: 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
Location: 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
names as strings: 8.6. Objects as Associative Arrays (JavaScript)
Navigator: 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
prototypes and inheritance: 8.4. Prototypes and Inheritance (JavaScript)
rows in database query results: 8.3.5.3. Inside a row array (Programming PHP)
same-origin policy: 21.3. The Same-Origin Policy (JavaScript)
Screen: 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
setting and querying: 8.1.2. Setting and Querying Properties (JavaScript)
setting from Java: 22.2.1. The JSObject Class (JavaScript)
undefined: 3.8. undefined (JavaScript)
8.1.4. Undefined Properties (JavaScript)
Window: 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
object detection and: 2.6.1. Object Detection over Browser Sniffing (Dynamic HTML)
overloading: 7.9.1. Problem (PHP Cookbook)
populating: 2.4.4. Dynamic Content (Dynamic HTML)
positionable elements: 4.3.2. Positionable Element Properties (Dynamic HTML)
4.3.2. Positionable Element Properties (Dynamic HTML)
positioning attributes as: 4.3. Changing Attribute Values via Scripting (Dynamic HTML)
rule objects: 5.6.3. Other Techniques (Dynamic HTML)
style sheet rules and: 1.5.1. CSS Rationale (Dynamic HTML)
styleSheet objects: 5.6.3. Other Techniques (Dynamic HTML)
text content as: 5.7.1. Changing Element Text (Dynamic HTML)
typeof operator and: 2.6.1. Object Detection over Browser Sniffing (Dynamic HTML)
value types: 9.1. Property Value Types (Dynamic HTML)
properties, object: 12.1.2. The Client-Side Object Hierarchy and the Document Object Model (JavaScript)
arguments: 7.3. Function Scope: The Call Object (JavaScript)
delete operator and: 5.10.4. The delete Operator (JavaScript)
deleting: 6.1. Expression Statements (JavaScript)
for/in statement and: 6.9. for/in (JavaScript)
Function: 7.5. Function Properties and Methods (JavaScript)
looping through: 6.9. for/in (JavaScript)
Navigator object: 13.6. The Navigator Object (JavaScript)
Window object: 13.1. Window Overview (JavaScript)
propertyIsEnumerable( ): 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
Object objects: 12.5. Core Objects (Dynamic HTML)
propertyIsEnumerable( ) method: 8.7.6. The propertyIsEnumerable( ) Method (JavaScript)
propertyIsEnumerable( ) (Object object): 11.4. JavaScript API Reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
propertyName property, event objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
propertyName property (Event object): 6.2.1. Event Objects and Event Models (Dynamic HTML)
6.2.1. Event Objects and Event Models (Dynamic HTML)
protocol( ) (Perl): 15.8. The Perl API (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
protocol property
a objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
area objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
document objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
img objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
Link object: 24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
Location object: 13.9. The Location Object (JavaScript)
24. Client-Side JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
location objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
protocolLong property, a objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
protocols: 17.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
A.2b. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (f-i) (Programming PHP)
B. Internet and Web Protocols (Web Database Applications)
applications-layer: 1.1.1. Hypertext Transfer Protocol (Web Database Applications)
SSL: 9.5.1. The Secure Sockets Layer Protocol (Web Database Applications)
A.3. Installing Apache to Use SSL (Web Database Applications)
TCP/IP: B.1.2. TCP/IP (Web Database Applications)
prototype objects: 7.5.2. The prototype Property (JavaScript)
8.4. Prototypes and Inheritance (JavaScript)
8.7.1. The constructor Property (JavaScript)
23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
built-in classes: 8.4.1. Prototypes and Built-in Classes (JavaScript)
Circle class, defining with: 8.4. Prototypes and Inheritance (JavaScript)
inheritance and: 8.5.7. Superclasses and Subclasses (JavaScript), class-based inheritance vs.: 8.5. Object-Oriented JavaScript (JavaScript)
isPrototypeOf( ) method: 8.7.7. The isPrototypeOf( ) Method (JavaScript)
multiple frames and: 13.11.3. JavaScript in Interacting Windows (JavaScript)
prototype property: 8.4. Prototypes and Inheritance (JavaScript)
Array objects: 12.5. Core Objects (Dynamic HTML)
Boolean objects: 12.5. Core Objects (Dynamic HTML)
constructor functions: 8.7.1. The constructor Property (JavaScript)
Date objects: 12.5. Core Objects (Dynamic HTML)
Error objects: 12.5. Core Objects (Dynamic HTML)
Function object: 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
function objects: 12.5. Core Objects (Dynamic HTML)
functions: 7.5.2. The prototype Property (JavaScript)
img objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
Number objects: 12.5. Core Objects (Dynamic HTML)
Object objects: 12.5. Core Objects (Dynamic HTML)
RegExp objects: 12.5. Core Objects (Dynamic HTML)
String objects: 12.5. Core Objects (Dynamic HTML)
prototype property (JavaScript): 11.2.11. Object-Oriented JavaScript (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
protptype objects, inheritance and: 8.4. Prototypes and Inheritance (JavaScript)
proxy caches: 13.5.5.1. Reverse-proxy cache (Programming PHP)
1.2. The Client Tier (Web Database Applications)
ProxyBlock directive (Apache): 19.27. mod_proxy (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
ProxyDomain directive (Apache): 19.27. mod_proxy (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
ProxyPass directive (Apache): 19.27. mod_proxy (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
ProxyPassReverse directive (Apache): 19.27. mod_proxy (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
ProxyReceiveBufferSize directive (Apache): 19.27. mod_proxy (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
ProxyRemote directive (Apache): 19.27. mod_proxy (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
proxyreq( ) (Perl): 15.8. The Perl API (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
ProxyRequests directive (Apache): 19.27. mod_proxy (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
pseudo-classes: 11.2.2. Pseudo-Classes (Dynamic HTML)
pseudo-classes for styles: 9.2.3.4. Style pseudo-classes (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
pseudo-constructors: 7.3.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
pseudo-elements: 11.2. Pseudo-Elements and Pseudo-Classes (Dynamic HTML)
pseudo-random numbers: 2.9.7. Random Number Generation (Web Database Applications)
pseudoClass property, page objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
pseudorandom-number generator, seeding: A.3d. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (r-z) (Programming PHP)
pseudorandom numbers: 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript)
pspell library: B.1. Optional Extensions Listing (Programming PHP)
public fields (applets), accessing from JavaScript: 22.1. Scripting Java Applets (JavaScript)
public key encryption: 14.12.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
publicId property: 25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
25. W3C DOM Reference (JavaScript)
DocumentType objects: 9.6. Alphabetical Object Reference (Dynamic HTML)
pull-down menus: 6.4. The <select> Tag (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
push( ): 23. Core JavaScript Reference (JavaScript), Array objects: 12.5. Core Objects (Dynamic HTML)
push( ) (Array object): 11.4. JavaScript API Reference (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
push buttons: 3.2. HTML Tag and Attribute Descriptions (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
push( ) method, Netscape 4 implementation, JavaScript 1.2: 11.6. Netscape's JavaScript 1.2 Incompatibilities (JavaScript)
push_handlers( ) (Perl): 15.8. The Perl API (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
pushing new value on top of array stack: 4.1. Introduction (PHP Cookbook)
PUT method (HTTP): 17.1.1.4. Other methods (Webmaster in a Nutshell)
putenv( ): 8.22.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
A.2c. Alphabetical Listing of PHP Functions (j-q) (Programming PHP)
calling before mktime( ) to fool system: 3.12.3. Discussion (PHP Cookbook)
zoneinfo library, using: 3.13.2. Solution (PHP Cookbook)
pval/zval data type: 14.6. The pval/zval Data Type (Programming PHP)
macros to access zval fields: 14.6.4. Accessor Macros (Programming PHP)
MAKE_STD_ZVAL( ) macro: 14.6.1. MAKE_STD_ZVAL( ) (Programming PHP)
SEPARATE_ZVAL( ) macro: 14.6.2. SEPARATE_ZVAL( ) (Programming PHP)
struct: 14.6. The pval/zval Data Type (Programming PHP)
zval dereferencing: 14.6.4. Accessor Macros (Programming PHP)
zval_copy_ctor( ) function: 14.6.3. zval_copy_ctor( ) (Programming PHP)
PWS (Personal Web Server): 15.1.2. Configuring PHP with a Web Server (Programming PHP), configuring PHP for: 15.1.2.3. Manually configuring PWS (Programming PHP)

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