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Apache Apache1.3 to 2.0
Configuration Basics
Install Fedora C1
Install Red Hat 7.2
Install Red Hat 7.3
SSH Clients
Virtual Hosting
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apache-refcard-letter

Bash Bash Shell Tips And Tricks
bash

CSS CSS2 Reference
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DHTML syllabus

HTML Basic HTML Tags
Creating Images
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Linux Install Fedora C1
Install Red Hat 7.2
Install Red Hat 7.3
Linux Basics
SSH Clients
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mailme

Linux Clusters Cluster Books
Install Fedora C1
Install Red Hat 7.2
Install Red Hat 7.3
SSH Clients
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Linux Security Install Fedora C1
Install Red Hat 7.2
Install Red Hat 7.3
PHP Security
SSH Clients
Security QuickRef
UnixSecurity2.0
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Linux SysAdmin Install Fedora C1
Install Red Hat 7.2
Install Red Hat 7.3
PHP Security
SSH Clients
Security QuickRef
UnixSecurity2.0
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Linux for Business Install Fedora C1
Install Red Hat 7.2
Install Red Hat 7.3
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show book

PHP 4 page DB system
Install Fedora C1
Install Red Hat 7.2
Install Red Hat 7.3
Linux Basics
PHP Security
Password Protect
Perl CGI Problems
Perl vs. PHP
Yahoo Stocks
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PHP for Flash 1-Flash Intro
2-Flash-PHP Form
Flash-PHP FAQ
Linux Basics
SSH Clients
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Perl Perl CGI Problems
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TCP-IP Subnetting Tutorial
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WML Yahoo Stocks
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DHTML Syllabus

DHTML

DHTML, or Dynamic HTML, is a collection of client-side technologies to make web pages more responsive to user actions.  Although there are several definitions of which technologies are used to comprise DHTML, the most common collection includes HTML (Hypertext Markup Language), CSS (Cascading Style Sheets), and Javascript.

In this course we will look at some examples of DHTML and explore how they were created and how they may be modified.  Some of the examples come from the first edition of DHTML for the World Wide Web (Peachpit Press, 1999) by Jason Cranford Teague. A second edition was published in June 2001 under the title DHTML and CSS for the World Wide Web (Peachpit Press, 2001). The examples came from the author's web site:

http://www.webbedenvironments.com/dhtml/

Javascript is very important to successful implementation of DHTML.  We will spend about equal time with Javascript and DHTML issues.

Web sites with additional Javascript and DHTML examples, tutorials, and resources:

http://www.dhtmlzone.com/
Created and maintained by Macromedia, some of the examples emphasize Shockwave and Flash which require plug-ins on the browser. It has many interesting articles and links to other resources.
http://www.webreference.com/dhtml/
This site has a number of DHTML examples which can be used to enhance your web site.
http://www.webmonkey.com/
This site has a huge number of Javascript and DHTML examples and tutorials. It is also very good with many other web development topics.
http://www.htmlhelp.com/
A good source for articles on web standards, including HTML 4.0 and CSS 1. The articles are easier to read than those found on the W3C site (http://www.w3.org).
http://www.ruleweb.com/dhtml/
Site with examples from a book: Dynamic HTML: The HTML Developer's Guide (Addison Wesley, 2000).
http://www.dynamicdrive.com/
One of the best sites with DHTML examples to add to your site.
http://www.w3schools.com/dhtml/dhtml_examples.asp
Great DHTML examples.
http://www.dansteinman.com/dynduo/
A DHTML API (Application Programming Interface).
http://www.gentili.net/DHTML/examples.htm
Simple but useful examples.
http://www.webcoder.com/
Check out the archives for Javascript and DHTML examples.
http://cross-browser.com/
A DHTML API (Application Programming Interface) designed to work with Netscape 4+, Internet Explorer 4+, Opera 4+, and Geko (Netscape 6).
http://www.mikefoster.f2s.com/tmp/opera_dhtml.html
DHTML exaples for the Opera web browser.

This site contains files and links to support the free courses taught by James D. Keeline at the New Media Center / North City Center through the San Diego Community College District's Centers For Education and Technology.   A list of courses available at the center may be consulted.

The site will be updated throughout the semester both with new content and as a way to try out technologies used in several of the classes. This file modified 14-Jan-2007.