Beginning HTML, XHTML, CSS, and JavaScript by Jon Duckett

By Jon Duckett

An essential introductory advisor to making websites utilizing the main up to date standards

This newbie advisor exhibits you the way to take advantage of XHTML, CSS, and JavaScript to create compelling websites. whereas studying those applied sciences, you can find coding practices equivalent to writing code that works on a number of browsers together with cellular units, tips to use AJAX frameworks so as to add interactivity on your pages, and the way to make sure your pages meet obtainable requirements.

Packed with real-world examples, the e-book not just teaches you ways to jot down websites utilizing XHTML, CSS and JavaScript, however it additionally teaches you layout rules that assist you create beautiful sites and sensible recommendation on how you can make web content extra usable. additionally, specific checklists and appendices assessment key subject matters and supply invaluable references that re-enforce the fundamentals you've discovered.

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They never need to be explicitly declared as my, even under use strict because they're declared by the subroutine declaration. [2] If you want a subroutine that takes no arguments (and complains when arguments are passed), define it with an empty parameter list ( ). [2] In fact, a simple subroutine without a signature actually has an implicit signature of *@_. 3 later in this chapter. Subroutine calls normally provide a nonflattening list context, which means that any array or hash passed into a subroutine is treated as a single argument.

It interprets any information passed to it as a string of characters. Object context Expects an object, or more specifically, a reference to an object. It may also expect an object of a particular type. List context Expects a collection of values. Any single value in list context is treated as a one-element list. Flattening-list context Expects a list. Flattens out arrays and hashes into their component parts. Nonflattening-list context Expects a list. Treats arrays, hashes, and other composite values as discrete entities.

2 Named Parameters Any argument can be passed either by position with an ordered list of arguments, or by name with an unordered list of pairs. ) Sometimes you'll want to specify that certain parameters will be passed only by name, never by position. Named parameters are marked with a + before the parameter name: sub namedparams ($first, +$second, +$third) { . . } namedparams(1, second => 2, third => 3); Named parameters are always optional. They must come after all positional parameters that is, after the unmarked required parameters and the optional parameters marked with a ?.

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