By no means does this chapter encompass everything available in Domino ND6 Designer. It touched on only the basic factors in understanding the many and different programming features available. This chapter covered simple design elements such as horizontal rules, and more advanced elements such as agents and $$Return fields. The chapter also discussed programming languages such as LotusScript, @Functions, @Commands, JavaScript, HTML, DHTML, and XML, and how they relate to the Web. You learned ways to manipulate data through URL commands, CGI variables, Java applets, and cookies.

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