(Wrox Press, ISBN 1-861004-06-0).
Typical uses of the book include times when you:
- Need to check out the specific details of a particular language construct or object property
- Want information on cross-browser compatibility issues for your script
- Have encountered a problem in your script and need help to debug it
To make it easy to navigate through the topics, titles describe the topic content and the topic type and are organized alphabetically. Where a topic might be referred to using several headings, a brief entry in the cross-reference at the end of the book shows the main topic for that subject.
The book content was developed inside a database system, which provided tools to relate topics. The benefit is a rich source of cross-referencing links between topics. The cross-reference in the printed book is complete; that is, it also includes entries found only on the CD. The italicized crossreferences in the printed book can also be found in the printed book.
About the Author
Cliff Wootton lives in the south of England and works on multimedia systems and content management software for large data driven web sites. Currently he is developing interactive TV systems for BBC News Online in London (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news) and previously worked for other commercial broadcasters on their web sites. Before that he spent several years developing geophysical software and drawing maps with computers for oil companies.
Cliff is married with three daughters and a growing collection of bass guitars.