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2008

21 scripts Javascript pour l'intégrateur HTML et CSS

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Les bibliothèques Javascript — comme jQuery et la myriade de plugins qui l’accompagne — facilitent la vie des développeurs web en leur permettant de manipuler le DOM les mains dans les poches. Toutefois, il est toujours bon d’avoir quelques fonctions standalone sous la souris pour se faciliter l’intégration cross-browser ! Voici une sélection de 21 scripts pour faire face à toutes les situations (ou presque)

2006

DOMTab - Navigation tabs with CSS and DOMscripting

by 19 others
DOMtab is a JavaScript that turns a list of links connected to content sections into a tab interface. The script removes any "back to top" links in the section and automatically hides all but the first one when the page is loaded. You can use as many tabbed menus on the page as you want to.

Encytemedia— An In-depth Look At The Future of Javascript Debugging With Firebug

by 9 others
What if you could say goodbye to alert and not-so-useful logger scripts and have a real debugging API to debug Javascript. While it hasn’t made it to the public yet, the next version of Joe Hewitt’s Firebug will finally give us an easy to use, full-featured debugging environment for Javascript. Fortunately, I’ve had the pleasure of being able to test the new version of Firebug and this post will outline some of what you can expect.

XML Transformations with CSS and DOM

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This article demonstrates how to render XML in the browser with a minimum of CSS and JavaScript. The examples that follow were written for and tested with Mozilla 1.0 for Mac OS X and Windows 2000. This article is not a comprehensive tutorial on DOM, CSS, or XML, and a basic understanding of each of these technologies is required.

Javascript SVG et DOM

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Javascript, SVG et DOM. Mettre un script dans un fichier SVG

Making Javascript DOM a Piece of Cake with the graft() Function

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In an earlier article I presented DOM as a useful way to construct documents on the fly in Javascript. DOM is well known for this purpose, but it’s also well known for being extremely irritating and verbose to use in Javascript. Some programmers may be tempted to use quoted HTML combined with the innerHTML property, which may (for them) be somewhat easier to crank out than DOM code. But this is hardly a way to go forward, and creates all sorts of problems when using AJAX, JSON, or when working in an environment involving a lot of strict XML usage. Casting all of that aside, this article will demonstrate the use of the graft() function to simplify the construction of DOM structures using Javascript’s own simple object notation.

<select> Something New Part 1

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So you’ve built a beautiful, standards-compliant site utilizing the latest and greatest CSS techniques. You’ve mastered control of styling every element, but in the back of your mind, a little voice is nagging you about how ugly your selects are. Well, today we’re going to explore a way to silence that little voice and truly complete our designs. With a little DOM scripting and some creative CSS, you too can make your selects beautiful… and you won’t have to sacrifice accessibility, usability or graceful degradation. By Aaron Gustafson

nyams.planbweb.com | tutorial DOM : ce qu'il faut savoir

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Le Modèle Objet du Document ou Document Object Model en abbréviation DOM en anglais est la boite à outil par excellence pour tout programmeur qui veut utiliser la force et la puissance du XHTML et du CSS. Il permet une modélisation cohérente et intuitive d'un document XML et fournit une interface pour l'accès, et la manipulation de cette page. Le DOM vous permet d'accéder et de mettre à jour le contenu mais également la structure d'un document.

2005

Web Developer's Handbook

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Ressources en tout genre sur les technologies web.

Web Browser Standards Support

by 23 others (via)
Tableau comparitif de l'implémentation des technologies Internet dans les 3 principaux navigateurs (IE, Firefox et Opera).

Cours de manipulation du DOM et DHTML

by 18 others (via)
Il ne s'agit pas d'une bibliothèque d'effets "clé-en-main", mais plutôt de l'exposé des principes permettant la production d'effets les plus portables et adaptables possibles.

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