DOM Scripting Task Force
19th Jul 2005
The DOM Scripting Task Force is an autonomous working group of the Web Standards Project with a mission to bring scripting up to parity with XHTML and CSS as a useful and necessary tool for building accessible, user-centric, standards-based web sites.
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DOM Scripting slideshow
DOM scripting is the hot topic these days, so here's an immensely useful slideshow with linked examples illustrating how to implement some nive DOM S [...]
Dockable Comments: Intelligent DOM Scripting
Derek Featherstone (and Jonathon Snook) simultaeneously came up with this neat idea to make the comment form fixed to allow easy access for viewing [...]
Some pointers from Jon Hicks on how to force scrollbars to appear when page content is small. [...]
Clearing the Air
New legislation will come into force on March 26 2006 which introduces a ban on smoking in public places everywhere in Scotland. I, for one, am ecst [...]
Jeremy Keith presents the sequel to Dom Scripting. Good name for a book. [...]
The NY Times reports that iPhone sales are disappointing, I'd like to add that the product itself is disappointingDave Winer reviews the iPhone after [...]
MySQL-PHP Restriction Fears Unwarranted
Open-source database vendor MySQL recently initiated some restrictions on the bundling of MySQL libraries with the PHP scripting language ... read t [...]