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JavaScript The Complete Reference, 3rd Edition by Fritz Schneider, Thomas Powell

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CHAPTER 14User Interface Elements

In the previous chapters, we have explored windows, dialogs, and a variety of form fields. There are a few more Web interface items that can be created or improved with JavaScript, so we take some time in this chapter to discuss those that have been missed. We will begin the discussion by addressing how we might go about adding JavaScript into a Web page or application. During this discussion, we will see two schools of thought—one that works upward from markup and one that works downward from script. After understanding these approaches, we will survey a number of interface elements we might employ. However, we should note that because the range of interface elements is quite vast, we will not present all possible ...

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