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More articles by Tom Duffy, DHTML Pro

Author Bio
Tom Duffy , DevX's JavaScript Pro, is an Associate Professor at Norwalk Community College, Norwalk, CT where he teaches Web Development and Java. Tom is also the Manager of the NCC Ventures Lab, the College's in-house web design studio.
For Get Help | November 26, 2001
JavaScript 1.2 supports some object-oriented principles such as encapsulation and prototype-based inheritance. You'll see how to create objects with private properties and methods.
For Get Help | September 17, 2001
How can you create a path animation using a Web interface? DHTML gives you pixel-level control over the placement of each element on the page. You can even build a simple tool that lets you draw an animation path using the mouse.
For Get Help | September 1, 2001
Because data validation is often a repetitive process, you can write generic validation and formatting rules as long as you send values to the validation functions rather than trying to reference named controls.
For Get Help | August 1, 2001
There's a core set of problems that every JavaScript developer will run across sooner or later. This article shows you how to deal with eight of the most common situations.
For Get Help | July 2, 2001
The solution describes how to let users modify XML data islands and, ultimately, update their changes to a persistent store.
For Get Help | May 15, 2001
By capitalizing on Internet Explorer's ability to embed XML data islands in Web pages you can create customized data-display pages with just a few lines of JavaScript.
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