I also found irt.org to be a really good resource, not just for js (although that's what I use it for mainly). They make the entire site available for download.
http://zvon.org/ has pretty much everything you could ever need as a downloadable resource.
The DOM2 reference isn't strictly 100% IE compatible but once you get used to it you can work out which bits do and don't apply. DOM2 Reference There's also CSS and XHTML references there available in this list of downloadable files.
which is not free but its not very expensive either and they crammed an amazing amount into 2 laminated sheets double sided made up of:
- 1 page for the DOM, and
It has a neat color coding scheme so you know which browsers each item is supported in. I have no relationship to the company.
http://www.dannyg.com/ref/jsquickref.html (This is an appendix to the book that Keith has already mentioned. The author makes this appendix available for free).
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