Double whammy

Over at, they’re doing one of those “Perfect Partner” deals: buy my book and get Stuart Langridge’s DHTML Utopia at the same time for a total of £36.38.

This is a good deal, not just financially but also educationally. I think the two books complement each other very well indeed.

The DOM Scripting book is aimed at the beginner. Some prior knowledge of JavaScript would be good, but not essential. Mostly, it’s about explaining the concepts behind good scripts.

Stuart’s book is a lot grittier. Fairly early on, he starts tackling some powerful and advanced topics - topics that are simply beyond the scope of my humble tome.

If you want to methodically work your way through JavaScript concepts, moving from the simple to complex, I think the two books together form the perfect guide.

If you were thinking of buying the book from anyway, I recommend the “Buy Together” option.

Posted by Jeremy on Friday, September 16th, 2005 at 4:18pm


Hey Jeremy, great to stumble across you blogging here. Congrats on the book. It looks like a beauty, and does seem like a great ‘tag-team’ partner for Stuart’s book. DHTML Utopia isn’t ‘super technical’, but he does start the whips cracking pretty early on.

# Posted by Alex Walker on Saturday, September 17th, 2005 at 5:36am

Looks like have moved the goalposts - apparently they now think "Bulletproof Web Design" is your "Perfect Partner".

You’re such a floozy, Keith ;)

# Posted by Stephen on Saturday, September 17th, 2005 at 12:01pm is a harsh pimp. I’ll be hooked up with every book in the web design catalogue if I’m not careful.

# Posted by Jeremy Keith on Saturday, September 17th, 2005 at 2:38pm

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