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HTML Goodies: Neat Stuff with Text and Images
By Joe Burns
Nov 15, 2002
Learn how to manipulate text and images together with such techniques as placing text over images and toggling images and text in Internet Explorer.
Writing Sophisticated HTML and XHTML Documents: Dealing with Data Types
By Molly E. Holzschlag
Nov 8, 2002
Molly Holzschlag examines the types of key data and how it is used in HTML and XHTML syntax to write conforming, sophisticated documents.
What You Need to Get Started Making Web Pages
By Todd Stauffer
Sep 26, 2002
This sample chapter discusses the different types of editors for creating Web pages; tools for graphics, animation, and scripting; how web server space works; and how to obtain web server space and upload files to that space.
Creating a Local Site in Dreamweaver
By Robert Crooks, Sue Hove, Jay Kellet, Ben Forta
Aug 16, 2002
Take the first step in organizing your website by creating a local site to helps with file and folder maintenance, development, QA testing, and general upkeep.
Running Code Snippets Within Templates in CMS 2001
By Shawn Shell
Apr 19, 2002
As of IIS 5.0, you can "include" code snippets within an ASP page. Combine this functionality with small ASP pages stored in the resource gallery of CMS 2001, and your content contributors can contribute new functionality as content in a placeholder. Shawn Shell provides details.
Alternative API: SAX
By Benoit Marchal
Apr 12, 2002
Benoit Marchal discusses how to read XML documents with SAX, the powerful API, in this sample chapter from XML by Example.
Drawing Images in Flash
By Joseph Sulllivan
Apr 12, 2002
Joseph Sullivan teaches how to draw lines, curves, and shapes such as ovals, circles, and rectangles. He also explains how intersection of lines and shapes can change a Flash 5 object.
Painless SAX Parsing with HC and ANT
By Benoit Marchal
Apr 12, 2002
Can SAX parsing be fun? In this article, XML expert Benoît Marchal shows you how to automate tasks in SAX programming.
Soapbox: Why I'm using SOAP
By Benoit Marchal
Apr 12, 2002
Benoît Marchal steps up on the soapbox to say why SOAP is winning him over.
Alternatives to XML Schemas
By David Gulbransen
Mar 22, 2002
XML Schemas may not be right for every application. In this article, David Gulbransen describes situations in which RELAX NG or Schematron may be a better choice as a schema, or how they could supplement XML Schemas.
Converting DTDs to XML Schemas
By David Gulbransen
Mar 22, 2002
David Gulbransen walks through the conversion process from DTD to XML Schema.
Introducing XML Schemas
By David Gulbransen
Mar 22, 2002
In this first of five articles on using XML, David Gulbransen provides a high-speed overview of the XML Schema syntax and how XML Schemas are structured.
Overdoing C++ Templates
By Steve Donovan
Mar 22, 2002
This article, an opinion piece by Steve Donovan for the British magazine EXE, points out that software engineering practice should be conservative about any innovations, especially new silver bullets.
Scripting with C++
By Steve Donovan
Mar 22, 2002
Using C++ in an informal way frees up its expressive power. In this article, Steve Donovan discusses scripting: its micro (small utilities) and macro (glue for system integration) meanings.
The Standard Containers as Class Templates
By Steve Donovan
Mar 22, 2002
This article by Steve Donovan, excerpted from C++ by Example (Que, 2001, ISBN: 0789726769), discusses the issue of generic classes as standard containers.
XML Schemas and Datatypes
By David Gulbransen
Mar 22, 2002
David Gulbransen clarifies the sometimes complicated feature of XML datatyping.
XML Schemas and Namespaces
By David Gulbransen
Mar 22, 2002
David Gulbransen explains how XML namespaces are used.
Conversational C++
By Steve Donovan
Mar 15, 2002
In this article, Steve Donovan shows you the practicality and the power of using C++ in interactive mode, and how it can vastly improve programmer productivity.
Defending Macros
By Steve Donovan
Mar 15, 2002
Using C macros in C++ code can result in clearer, more readable code (provided they are used in a disciplined way), as described in this article by Steve Donovan.
Getting Started with VB 6 and XML
By Rod Stephens
Jan 25, 2002
Want to get up and running with XML? This article by Rod Stephens tells you how to get started using XML in Visual Basic 6.

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