The Basics- JavaScript Tutorial

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To get started with JavaScript, you will want to be able to see the tag that will set a script apart from the HTML. The tags used to begin and end a script are the <SCRIPT and </SCRIPT> tags

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he JavaScript Primers: 30 Steps that make JavaScripting fun to learn!

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Welcome to the HTML Goodies JavaScript Primers! The purpose of these 30 lessons is to get you started writing your own JavaScript events. If you’ve tried to learn JavaScript through a book or from the Internet, my guess is that you found it quite difficult. So follow these 30 Steps that make Javascript fun to learn.

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Beginning JavaScript

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JavaScript is the language of the Web. Used for programming all major browsers, JavaScript gives you the ability to enhance your web site by creating interactive, dynamic and personalized pages. Our focus in this book is on client-side scripting, but JavaScript is also hugely popular as a scripting language in server-side environments, a subject that we cover in later chapters.

Beginning JavaScript assumes no prior knowledge of programming languages, but will teach you all the fundamental concepts that you need as you progress. After covering the core JavaScript language, you’ll move on to learn about more advanced techniques, including Dynamic HTML, using cookies, debugging techniques, and server-side scripting with ASP. By the end of this book, you will have mastered the art of using JavaScript to create dynamic and professional-looking Web pages.

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