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Part II. Client-Side JavaScript

This part of the book, Chapter 12 through Chapter 22, documents JavaScript as it is implemented in web browsers. These chapters introduce a host of new JavaScript objects that represent the web browser and the contents of HTML documents. Many examples show typical uses of these client-side objects. You will find it helpful to study these examples carefully.

Chapter 12: JavaScript in Web Browsers
Chapter 13: Windows and Frames
Chapter 14: The Document Object
Chapter 15: Forms and Form Elements
Chapter 16: Scripting Cookies
Chapter 17: The Document Object Model
Chapter 18: Cascading Style Sheets and Dynamic HTML
Chapter 19: Events and Event Handling
Chapter 20: Compatibility Techniques
Chapter 21: JavaScript Security
Chapter 22: Using Java with JavaScript



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