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good books. Some of the sites have already been mentioned on the list.
you start copying code. Chances that you end up like a sorcerers apprentice
are very high. It has been more than once that we had to fix sites where
people have simply copied code without actually knowing what they have been
On the other hand, looking at code and trying to understand it is one of
Hope, this can help.
Low Paper workflows, Smart documents, PDF forms
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good sites for this purpose.
Also, are there any sites from where I can take ready made scripts for my
web documentation - tooltips, mouse overs, search, etc.