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Inside JavaScript by Steven Holzner

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Chapter 14. Working with Links, Lists, and Tables

Working with Links, Lists, and Tables

In this chapter, we’ll start working with hyperlinks, lists, and tables. Of these, tables are the biggest, with plenty of JavaScript capabilities. HTML tables are popular because they enable you to format text as well as images in a page. Theoretically, you also can use style sheets to do the same thing, but many older browsers won’t understand style sheets well; even if they do, there’ll be differences between browsers, so tables are very popular. We’ll see how to work with tables in depth in this chapter. We’re also going to take a look at two other popular HTML constructs—hyperlinks and lists—starting ...

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