List of Sidebars

Chapter 2: An Introduction to Dreamweaver MX

WYSIWYG ("What You See Is What You Get") Defined

Chapter 3: Coding Practices for Dreamweaver Development

Some "Standard" Comment Tag Structures
The First Commenting Rule of Thumb: Comment As You Go

Chapter 4: An Introduction to HTML Forms

Creating an ODBC Data Source Name (DSN)

Chapter 5: Designing the Database

Relational Database History
Relational Database Theory Definitions
Duplicate Records
The Importance of the Smallest Unit

Chapter 6: Oracle and the Web

For Further Information

Chapter 7: MySQL and the Web

Precision-Single and Double
For More Information

Chapter 9: Microsoft Access and the Web

Concurrent Users Versus Concurrent Connections
Choosing the Correct Datatype
Understanding the Rnd() Function
Jet SQL versus Fixed Queries
Debugging with Debug.Print
Develop with an Eye to the Future

Chapter 11: ColdFusion and Dreamweaver MX

Application.cfm-the Automatic Include File
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Chapter 12: JavaServer Pages

@include versus include Element
For Further Information

Chapter 13: Active Server Pages

Client-Side and Server-Side Scripting
What You Need to Run ASP Script Files
Submitting Forms
A Needle in a Haystack
For Further Information

Chapter 14: Dreamweaver and ASP.NET

For Further Information

Chapter 15: ADO.NET

For Further Information

Chapter 16: PHP and Dreamweaver MX

The php.ini-recommended File

Chapter 17: Database and System Security for the Internet

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Chapter 18: Structured Query Language

A Bit of SQL History
Vendor Dialects
For More Information

Chapter 19: Getting the Data

For Further Information

Chapter 20: Building Update Forms

Invisible Form Elements
Server Behaviors Do the Work

Chapter 21:   Building Master/Detail Page Sets

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Chapter 23: Using Templates

Alternate Methods for Creating an Editable Region
Things to Know About Repeating Table Settings

Mastering Dreamweaver MX Databases
Mastering Dreamweaver MX Databases
ISBN: 078214148X
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2002
Pages: 214 © 2008-2017.
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