It covers cool, advanced DHTML effects such as animation, keyboard events, creating draggable elements, tooltip and pop-up menus, list menus and select boxes, scrolling news tickers and marquees, tabbed navigation panels and draggable HTML windows.
Scott Andrew LePera lives in San Francisco, CA. He’s written articles for DevX and has several great articles on his own site related to DHTML, particularly in the newer browsers.
A founding partner of Schwa Digital Design, Eric Costello has been building websites and web applications since 1995 for clients like Sharp Electronics, Nextel, and Ralston Purina. He now devotes time to studying next generation, standards–based web technologies. He speaks SQL, XML, XSL, CSS, DOM, and Ecmascript, and is also an expert in ASP. He recently developed the 2001 5k Competition site (www.the5k.org), and also researched and built a resource to transition to CSS–based page layouts (www.glish.com/css/). Eric is a producer and supporter of independent content on the web.