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Index A element, 108

by Mike Faust
Index A  a element, 108 accessing objects within HTML, using JavaScript, 27– 28, 28 activateDIV()/ deactivateDIV(), 114– 115, 115 ActiveXObject, AJAX and, 132, 140 adding information to page dynamically, 30, 30, 33, 33 addition operator (+), 36, 146 AJAX, 16, 131– 144 ActiveXObject and, 132, 140 browser compatibility for, 131, 132, 135– 136, 135 GET/ POST and, 134, 135 getElementsByTagName() in, 137, 137 HTML and, 131 Internet Explorer and, 135– 136, 135, 140. See also browser compatibility methods supported by XMLHttpRequest object in, 133, 133 MIME content and, 135 onreadystatechange property and, 132– 133, 132, 136 open() method in, 134, 134, 136, 136 parms and parameters in, 134– 135, 134 properties supported by XMLHttpRequest object in, 132, 132 readyState property and, 132– 133, 132 readyState() and, 137, 137 remote scripting technology in, 131 responseText property and, 133 responseXML and, 133, 137, 137 send() method in, 134, 134, 136, 136 setRequestHeader() in, 135 stateHandler() and, 136 step by step for, 135– 138, 134 URLs and, 134 user interfaces created using, 131– 132 weather display tool using, 138– 142, 138– 140, 143 web services and, 142 XML and, 131 XMLHttpRequest object in, 131– 144 alert() method, 56, 56 Amazon, 142 anchors collection, 32, 66 AND (&&), 37, 147 APIs, 13 web services and, 14– 15 applets collection, 32, 66 arrays, 41– 43, 41, 42 data types within, 41– 43, 41, 42 multidimensional, 42– 43, 42 ASP, 3, 16 assignment operators, 36, 38 Asynchronous XML and JavaScript. See AJAX

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Index A < a> element, 108 accessing objects within HTML, using JavaScript, 27– 28, 28 activateDIV()/ deactivateDIV(), 114– 115, 115 ActiveXObject, AJAX and, 132, 140 adding information to page dynamically, 30, 30, 33, 33 addition operator (+), 36, 146 AJAX, 16, 131– 144 ActiveXObject and, 132, 140 browser compatibility for, 131, 132, 135– 136, 135 GET/ POST and, 134, 135 getElementsByTagName() in, 137, 137 HTML and, 131 Internet Explorer and, 135– 136, 135, 140. See also browser compatibility methods supported by XMLHttpRequest object in, 133, 133 MIME content and, 135 onreadystatechange property and, 132– 133, 132, 136 open() method in, 134, 134, 136, 136 parms and parameters in, 134– 135, 134 properties supported by XMLHttpRequest object in, 132, 132 readyState property and, 132– 133, 132 readyState() and, 137, 137 remote scripting technology in, 131 responseText property and, 133 responseXML and, 133, 137, 137 send() method in, 134, 134, 136, 136 setRequestHeader() in, 135 stateHandler() and, 136 step by step for, 135– 138, 134 URLs and, 134 user interfaces created using, 131– 132 weather display tool using, 138– 142, 138– 140, 143 web services and, 142 XML and, 131 XMLHttpRequest object in, 131– 144 alert() method, 56, 56 Amazon, 142 anchors collection, 32, 66 AND (&&), 37, 147 APIs, 13 web services and, 14– 15 applets collection, 32, 66 arrays, 41– 43, 41, 42 data types within, 41– 43, 41, 42 multidimensional, 42– 43, 42 ASP, 3, 16 assignment operators, 36, 38 Asynchronous XML and JavaScript. See AJAX
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