Implement a DHTML Mouseover effect with DOM

Originally published in WebBuilder magazine. Found courtesy Wayback Machine. The DOM, or Document Object Model, is a specification recommended by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) primarily to help eliminate cross-browser dynamic HTML differences. It is implemented with Microsoft’s Internet Explorer (IE) 5.x, and will be implemented with Netscape’s Navigator 5.x when it is released. […]

Web Writing

Dynamic Web Publishing Unleashed: Chapter 37 – the Future of Web Publishing

Recovered from the Wayback Machine. IN THIS CHAPTER The Chaos of Change The Current Technology Platform A Summary Review of the Technologies Covered in the Book–Where Will They Be in a Year? Client Scripting and CSS1 Positioning With an industry that seems to go through a new revolutionary change at least four times a year, […]

Specs Technology

XML Expectations

Originally published at Netscape Enterprise Developer, now archived at Wayback Machine Extensible Markup Language is a language that defines other languages. It also has the potential to give structure and meaning to the information contained in HTML documents or any other data form — making such information naturally as searchable and structured as the information […]


Getting started with cascading style sheets

Originally appeared in Netscape World, now archived at Wayback Machine Web page authors want to control more than what basic HTML provides, yet they also want their pages to display in the same manner across multiple browsers and multiple platforms. HTML provides the tools that allow us to create hypertext links, frames, tables, lists, or […]