This is a valuable 239 page reference detailing all the interfaces deemed by W3C to be basic to any implementation of the DOM (including HTML), as well as XML-specific interfaces and Microsoft's own, further extensions to the Document Object Model. Each object is fully described with working examples that clearly illustrate how its properties and methods (and in the case of Microsoft's extension, event handlers) can be used to manipulate actual XML documents.
This is a handy 180 page reference source that defines and explains all of the tags, events, and associated attributes that compose XHTML (eXtensible Hyper Text Markup Language, version 1.0. This Quick Reference also includes useful, real world, working examples of code for each tag. In addition, there are write-ups, with code examples, for the 17 events and another 7 attributes that are commonly available to many tags.
This is a comprehensive 101-page reference source for all of the elements and functions that compose the eXtensible Stylesheet Language Transformation (XSLT) language version 1.0. This Quick Reference features real working code examples which were tested using the Microsoft XML parser version 3.0.