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HTML Element
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In an HTML document, HTML elements are tags, as well as text, which act as indicators to a web browser as to how the document is to be interpreted by the browser and ultimately presented on the user's computer screen. HTML is a structured markup language, and the HTML elements are SGML elements that meet the requirements of one or more of the HTML Document Type Definitions (DTDs). These elements have properties: both attributes and content, some of which are either allowable or required, according to the appropriate HTML DTD. If an element is unknown to the web browser, it will be ignored. Elements may represent headings, paragraphs, hypertext links, lists, embedded media, and a variety of other structures.

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HTML Components
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! HTML Components (HTCs) are a nonstandard mechanism to implement components in script as Dynamic HTML (DHTML) "behaviors" in the "Microsoft Internet Explorer" web browser. Such files typically use a .htc extension. HTC is typically an HTML file (with JavaScript/VBScript) and a set elements that define the component. This helps to organize behavior encapsulated script modules that can be attached to parts of a Webpage DOM. In this example, the LI element is given the behavior defined by "hilite.htc" (a file that contains JavaScript code defining highlight/lowlight actions on mouse over). The same hilite.htc can then be given to any element in the HTML page - thus encapsulating the behavior defined by this file.

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HTML Components
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! HTML Components (HTCs) are a nonstandard mechanism to implement components in script as Dynamic HTML (DHTML) "behaviors" in the "Microsoft Internet Explorer" web browser. Such files typically use a .htc extension. HTC is typically an HTML file (with JavaScript/VBScript) and a set elements that define the component. This helps to organize behavior encapsulated script modules that can be attached to parts of a Webpage DOM. In this example, the LI element is given the behavior defined by "hilite.htc" (a file that contains JavaScript code defining highlight/lowlight actions on mouse over). The same hilite.htc can then be given to any element in the HTML page - thus encapsulating the behavior defined by this file.

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Semantic Link
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! A semantic link is a typed link where the element itself includes meaningful information about the link (semantics). The link describes some external relationship or issue. Such links are the basis of a semantic network. The Semantic Web as described by Tim Berners-Lee is one example of the many attempts over many decades to define standards for semantics of links. Among the earliest were those used by early hypertext systems in the 1980s such as KMS, NoteCards and IBIS. HTML included rel and rev attributes in its hyperlinks to store additional information about the nature of the links. There was at least one attempt (in 1994) to define a set of standard rel and rev attributes to attach to HTML anchor tags to make them into typed links that would express semantic properties of the link. Although this IETF RFC failed, it set the standard for many other attempts to follow. Over the next ten years, a great many attempts to set standards for particular subsets of the World Wide Web rose and fell.

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Semantic Link
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! A semantic link is a typed link where the element itself includes meaningful information about the link (semantics). The link describes some external relationship or issue. Such links are the basis of a semantic network. The Semantic Web as described by Tim Berners-Lee is one example of the many attempts over many decades to define standards for semantics of links. Among the earliest were those used by early hypertext systems in the 1980s such as KMS, NoteCards and IBIS. HTML included rel and rev attributes in its hyperlinks to store additional information about the nature of the links. There was at least one attempt (in 1994) to define a set of standard rel and rev attributes to attach to HTML anchor tags to make them into typed links that would express semantic properties of the link. Although this IETF RFC failed, it set the standard for many other attempts to follow. Over the next ten years, a great many attempts to set standards for particular subsets of the World Wide Web rose and fell.

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JavaScript: A Beginner's Guide
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Fully updated for the latest JavaScript standard and featuring a new chapter on HTML5 and jQueryJavaScript: A Beginner's Guide shows how to create dynamic Web pages complete with special effects using today's leading Web development language. With the growth of HTML 5, JavaScript is expected to grow even more to script the canvas element, add drag and drop functionality, and more. This fast-paced tutorial provides step-by-step coverage of the fundamentals, including variables, functions, operators, event handlers, objects, arrays, strings, and forms. The book then moves to more advanced techniques, including debugging, accessibility, and security. This pedagogically rich, hands-on guide explains how JavaScript works with HTML 5 and covers the new features available in JavaScript.Key Skills & Concepts--Chapter-opening lists of specific skills covered in the chapter Ask the Expert--Q & A sections filled with bonus information and helpful tips Try This--Hands-on exercises that show you how to apply your skillsNotes--Extra information related to the topic being coveredTips--Helpful reminders or alternate ways of doing thingsSelf-Tests--End-of-chapter reviews to test your knowledgeAnnotated syntax--Example code with commentary that describes the programming techniques being illustratedCode downloads provided for projects in the book

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JavaScript: A Beginner's Guide
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Fully updated for the latest JavaScript standard and featuring a new chapter on HTML5 and jQueryJavaScript: A Beginner's Guide shows how to create dynamic Web pages complete with special effects using today's leading Web development language. With the growth of HTML 5, JavaScript is expected to grow even more to script the canvas element, add drag and drop functionality, and more. This fast-paced tutorial provides step-by-step coverage of the fundamentals, including variables, functions, operators, event handlers, objects, arrays, strings, and forms. The book then moves to more advanced techniques, including debugging, accessibility, and security. This pedagogically rich, hands-on guide explains how JavaScript works with HTML 5 and covers the new features available in JavaScript.Key Skills & Concepts--Chapter-opening lists of specific skills covered in the chapter Ask the Expert--Q & A sections filled with bonus information and helpful tips Try This--Hands-on exercises that show you how to apply your skillsNotes--Extra information related to the topic being coveredTips--Helpful reminders or alternate ways of doing thingsSelf-Tests--End-of-chapter reviews to test your knowledgeAnnotated syntax--Example code with commentary that describes the programming techniques being illustratedCode downloads provided for projects in the book

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JavaScript kinderleicht
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JavaScript ist die Programmiersprache des Internet, die geheime Zutat, die deine Lieblingssites so fantastisch macht und Online-Spiele zum Laufen bringt! "JavaScript kinderleicht" zeigt dir (und deinen Eltern) die Welt der Programmierung im Web.Nick Morgan führt dich Schritt für Schritt durch die Grundlagen von JavaScript. Du experimentierst mit einzigartigen (und oft urkomischen) Beispielprogrammen, die du sofort in deinem Webbrowser ausprobieren kannst. Neue Begriffe werden erklärt, der Programmcode ist farbig dargestellt, strukturiert und mit Erklärungen versehen, witzige Abbildungen erhöhen den Lernspaß.Du beginnst mit den Grundlagen, etwa mit Strings, Arrays und Schleifen, und gehst dann zu fortgeschrittenen Aufgaben über: Du entwickelst mit jQuery interaktive Elemente, lernst objektorientiert zu programmieren oder wie man auf Browser-Klicks reagiert. Schließlich programmierst du Spiele wie "Schatzsuche", "Hangman" und "Snake".Du lernst auch, wie du- Funktionen einsetzt und wie sie helfen, übersichtliche Programme zu schreiben,- HTML schreibst und veränderst, um dynamische Webseiten zu entwickeln,- deine Webseiten mithilfe des DOM und von jQuery auf Benutzereingaben reagieren lässt,- mit dem Canvas-Element Grafiken zeichnest und animierst- benutzergesteuerte Spiele mit Kollisionserkennung und Spielständen programmierstAlle Kapitel bauen aufeinander auf. Die Programmieraufgaben am Ende jedes Kapitels fordern dich heraus und animieren dich, deine eigenen, tollen Programme zu schreiben.

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Qcodo
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The Qcodo Development Framework is an open-source PHP 5 web application framework which builds an Object Relational Model (ORM), CRUD (Create, Retrieve, Update, Delete) UI pages, and AJAX hooks from an existing data model. It additionally includes a tightly-integrated HTML and JavaScript form toolkit which interfaces directly with the generated entities. It is a lightweight framework which can be utilized by small and large Web applications alike. The framework consists of three main components: the Code Generator, QForms (OOP generated stateful Ajax- or server-processed webform), QQuery (OOP based SQL Query builder) -- all of which can be used independently of each other. The Code Generator parses an existing Relational Database structure, and builds an ORM, as well as several remote interfaces (SOAP, AJAX) to the ORM. The ORM in Qcodo can be extended to provide user-maintained functionality (via object subclassing). Qforms is a dot-Net inspired templating engine in which each form element is an object exposing its functionality and state via methods and attributes.

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