Dynamic HTML black book by Natanya Pitts-Moultis; C C Sanders; Ramesh Chandak

By Natanya Pitts-Moultis; C C Sanders; Ramesh Chandak

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When the page is loaded the information is retrieved from the data source and formatted to fit the page based on the element’s style and attributes. Data binding removes the CGI script from the picture entirely speeding download time and making linking Web pages to databases much easier. Data binding is limited only by the imagination of the Web developer and the data source itself. Tables can be automatically generated from data sources and when the data source is updated the page will be as well.

Even Netscape is dropping its layer push in favor of other ways to implement DHTML that aren’t platform- or browser-specific. However for now layers can’t be ignored; they are the way of creating DHTML for Netscape. As an introduction to layers we’ll take a look at some of the cool things they can be used for. 6 shows three stages in the Stella Chelsea demo included on the Netscape site. The Web page grows right before your eyes with no input from the user at all. 6 Three stages of the Stella Chelsea layers demo from Netscape.

Pulled content on the other hand is much more respectful of what the user desires and the content that it unleashes is user-driven. The Rhythm Of Learning The book Superlearning by Sheila Ostrander and Lynn Schroeder published in 1979 documents the relationship between rhythm and learning. If material to be remembered was presented rapid-fire at one-second intervals people learned only about 20 percent of it. At 5 second intervals people learned about 30 percent of it. When there was a 10-second interval between each item the amount of material memorized was over 40 percent.

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