Media praise for Dynamic HTML: The Definitive Reference
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"This is an essential reference for users with a serious interest in DHTML."
--Major Kearny, Book News, Jan 2003
"This isn't bedside reading, but it is probably the one essential reference the savvy webmaster will need by their computer."--Bookbytes, December 31, 2002
--Netsurfer Digest, Nov 8, 2002
--TheThinMan, slashdot.org, Oct 29, 2002
"We received this book about a month ago, and already, have referred to it more times than the rest of our DHTML books combined. If you've already broken into DHTML, this book is a must-have now. If you're completely new to the technology, know that the inevitable day is coming that you will need to have this book. Like attempting to learn a spoken language without a good dictionary, forget about it."
--www.dynamicdrive.com, Oct 28, 2002
"It's been a few years since the first edition, which is still the best reference on HTML despite being severely out of date. The new edition is 1400 packed pages that actually tells you what web browsers that are actually in use actually do, which makes it invaluable. It has been brought up to date with all the latest browsers and the newest HTML specs. If you're working with HTML in any way, shape, or form, this book is an absolute requirement."
--Joel Spolsky, http://www.joelonsoftware.com, October 9, 2002
"I can't pretend to imagine the amount of time and effort that must have gone into writing this book. But I can appreciate it. The detail, insight, and information density is excellent."
--Garrett Goebel, Kansas City Perl Mongers, July 2003
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