Finding Help on the Web
Using Web Standards in Your Web Pages
Figure D.3. This Mozilla site has lots of good tips on keeping your pages working across platforms.
Microsoft's Scripting Languages page
Yahoo! User Interface Library
Yahoo! Design Pattern Library
Web Standards Project's DOM Scripting Task Force
The Web Standards Project lobbies browser and tool makers to make their products adhere to Web standards, and the DOM Scripting Task Force (Figure D.8) works to educate users and manufacturers on the benefits of DOM scripting and to promote best practices for scripting. One of the authors of this book (Dori) is co-leader of the Task Force.
Figure D.8. The Web Standards Project's DOM Scripting Task Force is fighting the good fight for better scripting practices and better scripting tools.
DOM Scripting: The Blog
You'll find lots of current information and news on DOM scripting in this blog, written by Jeremy Keith, a Web developer and book author living in Brighton, England. He also plays bouzouki, but he saves writing about it for one of his other blogs (he's the other co-lead of the DOM Scripting Task Force, by the way).
Yahoo! User Interface Blog
This blog is the companion blog for the Yahoo! libraries we discuss in Chapter 16. It has discussions about the Yahoo! Design Pattern Library and the Yahoo! User Interface Library, which help you to efficiently get the most out of today's browsers. The Yahoo! developers are regularly posting, answering questions, and discussing better ways to use their libraries.