AdvancED DOM scripting : dynamic web design techniques by Jeffrey Sambells

By Jeffrey Sambells

DOM Scripting is an important process for internet builders and architects to profit and grasp so as to upload such dynamic internet functions as animations, maps, drag and drop, and extra. This e-book bargains accomplished insurance of complicated DOM Scripting suggestions and reads like a want checklist of should have dynamic internet program gains, together with visible results utilizing JavaScript libraries, Ajax, Mashups utilizing APIs, and lots more and plenty extra. It follows within the footsteps of

Jeremy Keith's acclaimed e-book, DOM Scripting (friends of ED: 1590595335, 2005), assisting you grasp the following point with numerous actual international tutorials.

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InsertAfter() method. insertAfter() method, these are just wrappers to existing DOM methods that encapsulate some common actions you’ll be doing repeatedly in your web applications. Get your hands dirty Many developers who come from a design background, or even new developers, often start off in a “what you see is what you get” (WYSIWYG) editor. There are several different ones, but unless you’re using their proprietary, built-in, source management methodologies, you’re never going to get the result you want when integrating JavaScript.

Prototype also has a number of other useful functions and objects. I won’t go through each one 23 CHAPTER 1 here, but if you want to see more, skip ahead to Chapter 9, where I’ll discuss more about the Prototype library, as well as other libraries. removeEvent() methods We’ve already discussed using JavaScript source files and unobtrusive methods to attach events to objects in your markup structure. Doing this, however, can become a tedious task in itself and can occupy the bulk of your code. To keep this simple and much more readable, you can use an addEvent method as you saw earlier in the pop-up window example.

ToggleDisplay() method Another action you’ll be often implementing is toggling the display of elements in the DOM tree. It’s a fairly simple bit of code, but extracting it out into a common function will reduce unnecessary repetition. $('example')); the elements display property will be toggled between none and empty (which is the default). $('example'),'inline'); Reusing a small bit of code like this may seem silly, but doing so will greatly increase the readability of your code—it’s obvious where you’ll be toggling simply by referencing the name of the method.

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