Looking for a decent book to teach me the magic of reliably coding DHTML pages that don't rely on IE-only techniques
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One of my favorite books is Dynamic HTML the definitive reference by Danny Goodman.
It's a reference book not something you would read from cover to cover but very handy when you need to find what a property does.
I got the first edition of the book when it came out and liked it so much I got the second when it was available.
The style of book won't suite everyone as it is mainly a reference book but I highly recommend it.
Yep, already got that book sitting on my desk, 2nd edition Very very useful as you say, but I could do with something more geared at teaching me rather in addition to this 9excellent) reference.
Basically a DOM/DHTML version of Zeldman's Designing with Web Standards