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Get Lean with GoLive 6 (Web Development DevCenter)
Those who code by hand sometimes scoff at using tools such as Adobe GoLive because these HTML editors once added unnecessay tags and produced code that failed to validate. But times have changed, and now GoLive can actually make it easier to produce lean, mean code. Derry Thompson shows you how.

XML Transformations with CSS and DOM (Mozilla DevCenter)
Mozilla permits XML to be rendered in the browser with CSS and manipulated with DOM. If you're already familiar with CSS and DOM, you're more than halfway to achieving XML transformations in Mozilla. This article demonstrates how to render XML in the browser with a minimum of CSS and JavaScript.

Top Ten Web Performance Tuning Tips (Web Development DevCenter)
In the world of Web publishing, lots of effort goes into building functionality, and to some degree into designing the user interface, but performance tuning is often overlooked in the mad rush to get to the next project. Here's a terrific list of top ten performance tips from Patrick Killelea, author of Web Performance Tuning, 2nd Edition.

Cross-Browser Animation (Web Development DevCenter)
With DHTML you can animate both text and images allowing objects to move throughout the browser window instead of being anchored in one spot. Unfortunately, DHTML can be tricky because of differences between browsers. In this article you'll learn how to overcome this and animate text and images for even performance across most browsers.

The Sanctity of Elements, or Why You Shouldn't be Double-clicking in a textarea (Web Development DevCenter)
The customer is always um, er, well, the customer. This month Meg Hourihan delves into client relations and offers tips that might help you maintain happy customers and good UI.

Remote Scripting with IFRAME (Web Development DevCenter)
A look at how remote scripting can improve the user experience with complex JavaScript applications. Remote scripting provides for client/server data exchange without reloading the page.

A Primer for Accessible Web Pages (Web Development DevCenter)
A look at the history of Section 508, which enforces accessibility for government web sites, followed by a discussion about how to prepare pages for those who cannot effectively use a graphical user interface.

Dynamic Content with DOM-2 (Part II of II) (Web Development DevCenter)
Scott Andrew LePera dives deeper into the JavaScript node interface, using DOM-2 create dynamic effects. Learn how to alter element attributes with DOM element methods, and how to change an element's style properties through the DOM2 Style specification interface.

DOCTYPE Explained (Web Development DevCenter)
The DOCTYPE element, in the head of your document, tells the browser what kind of HTML is used to describe the file. The better you match the DOCTYPE to your code, the more accurate your work will be rendered. Here's an introduction.

Dynamic Content with DOM-2 (Part I of II) (Web Development DevCenter)
The DOM-2 is supported in both Mac IE5 and NS6, and it provides an interface that enables developers to generate dynamic content without being limited to JavaScript trickery. This article explores some of the basic functionality of DOM-2.

Cross-Browser Layers: Part 2 (Web Development DevCenter)
In the second installment of this two-part series, we continue looking at how to write cross-browser layers, including how the <div> tag still plays an important role in the layering technology.

Cross-Browser Layers, Part One (Web Development DevCenter)
Layers are possible thanks to the Dynamic HTML specifications in version 4 of Netscape Navigator and Internet Explorer. In this two-part series, you'll learn the characteristics of layers and how to use them in your web pages.

Why We Need to Improve the Style Attribute (Web Development DevCenter)
What if you wanted to apply an external style sheet to just a portion of your document? Sounds reasonable, right? But this function depends on the style attribute, which is falling from grace in some XHTML circles.

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