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About the Author
Joe Burns, Ph.D., grew up in Cleveland, Ohio, and still believes that someday the Indians will win the Series. Joe has made his living as a morning disc jockey, guitar instructor, Web designer, and finally as a university professor after receiving his Ph.D. from Bowling Green State University in Ohio. Burns ran HTML Goodies (http://www.htmlgoodies.com) for almost eight years before walking away at the end of 2001. The site is still posted, but Joe has moved on to concentrate his efforts on teaching and writing. He currently lives in Hammond, Louisiana, with his wife Tammy and cats Chloe and Mardi. Weekdays are spent teaching undergraduate and graduate Communications and Web design classes at Southeastern Louisiana University. Weekends are spent either in the French Quarter or on his 24-foot cabin cruiser, Goodies.
Table of Contents
I. TEXT AND IMAGES.1. Neat Stuff with Text.
Image Slideshow Script. Image Map Image Flip. Dual Image Flip. Mouse Trail Effect. 3. Neat Stuff with Text and Images.
Placing Text Over Images. RevealTrans Filter. Internet Explorer Text and Image Filters. Internet Explorer Wave Filters. Toggling Images and Text in Internet Explorer. Toggling Netscape's Layers. 4. What About the Page's Design?
Dynamic Fonts. No Borders! Post by Screen Size. Internal Browser Test. No Selection Rectangle in IE. Resize Your Browser Window. Printable Pages. Rounded Corners in Tables. Fullscreen Effect. Pop-Under Windows. New Window: No Title Bar.
II. PLAYING AROUND WITH FORMS.5. Good Looking Forms.
Highlighting Select Boxes. Fieldset and Legend. 6. Helpful Forms.
III. BEHIND THE SCENES.7. Your Users Might See These.
Placing a Cookie. Cookie Counter. Disabling Mouse Clicks. Minimize and Maximize Buttons. Refresh the Page. HTA Files. Keystroke Captures. 8. They'll Never See These, But They'll Thank You for Them.
Do Not Cache a Page. Server Response Codes. Alternative Printing. Make Your Own PDF Pages. OnError Event Handler. Flash Plug-in Test Page. XHTML. Epilogue.