JavaScript and User Interaction: Navigation and Forms


In this chapter, we will talk about two more common uses of JavaScript: navigation and forms. Both mean a lot of user interaction and therefore need to be planned and executed thoughtfully. The success of a web site stands and falls with the ease of its navigation, and there is nothing more frustrating on the Web than a form that is hard to use or impossible to fill out.


User Interaction Parent Node User Agent Event Handler Radio Button 
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