View Full Version : I need a GREAT resource on NODES, DOM for cross-browser functionality...please advise

06-16-2004, 01:29 AM

I have a big project coming up, and I have to probably use Nodes, and some higher programming techniques...and I need a definitive resource...either online or a book (recommend a book?)..

Basically, I will be having a huge data structure that I will create into a huge array within arrays - multi-dimensional, and make comparisions depending on bitwise.

THEN, when I get matches, I need to store those matches in a "new set" of arrays - but keeping the integrety of the structure...in other words....widdling down matches so I can then funnel the matches in dropdowns.....but the drilldrown will go four deep...SO, each succesive dropdown selection will make the "newly created" array object smaller and smaller....

please advise.

06-16-2004, 05:10 AM
i've found that online resources are not very good for learning higher programming techniques. If you already know a lot about this, and are just brushing up, I'm sure you could find a site somewhere.

if you are clueless then a book would defently be a wise choice. "Teach Yourself Javascript in 24 Hours" had a good section on DOM and NODES. (The book isn't as gimmicky as its name) But with the fact that this is the only javascript book i've read, I really can't recomend it because I have nothing to compare it to

06-16-2004, 09:19 AM
Break the tasks down to individual concepts, and submit any questions for those in the approprate forum of this site.

Refer also to some of the following References, Documentation and other Resources (http://codingforums.com/showthread.php?t=17254).