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Java Script programming tutorial. Path // → → BASIC JAVASCRIPT JavaScript is a very easy way to add all sorts of dynamic elements to your site.

Java Script programming tutorial

Unless you've had some programming experience, JavaScript will be quite a new concept at the start — it's fairly different to HTML. In this tutorial we'll be laying some groundwork on the language, and writing our first script. This page was last updated on 2012-08-21 What is JavaScript? JavaScript is a simple scripting language invented specifically for use in web browsers to make websites more dynamic. JavaScript is a client-side language, which means all the action occurs on the client's (reader's) side of things. JavaScripts are integrated into the browsing environment, which means they can get information about the browser and HTML page, and modify this information, thus changing how things are presented on your screen.

SimplyJavascript. Getting Started With JavaScript. Introduction Learning a programming language is a daunting task for anyone who hasn't learnt one before.

Getting Started With JavaScript

One of the biggest problems is trying to do too much too soon. What Is JavaScript? Code Avengers, learn Javascript. Drop shadow with CSS for all web browsers. This article is also available in Bulgarian One of the most common CSS effects is using shadows in various ways.

Drop shadow with CSS for all web browsers

Before, we needed to resort to images, but now we can offer this to all major web browser with CSS! Web browser support Believe me or not, but all of these web browsers we can offer shadows with CSS: Firefox 3.5+Safari 3+Google ChromeOpera 10.50Internet Explorer 5.5 The standards way As we all know, a majority of the web browsers implement features in a standardized way, while others don’t (although they are getting better at it). 1..shadow { 2. box-shadow: 3px 3px 4px #000; The first value describes the x-offset (could be a negative value as well), the second the y-offset, the third the radius of the shadow and the fourth the color of it. 2. 3. 4. box-shadow: 3px 3px 4px #000; What about Internet Explorer?

Luckily enough for us, there are a couple of filters we can use to make this work: The DropShadow filter and the Shadow filter. The Shapes of CSS. JavaScript Garden. Function Declarations and Expressions.

JavaScript Garden

HTML and CSS Validation: Should You Validate Your Web Page? Should You Validate Your Web Page?

HTML and CSS Validation: Should You Validate Your Web Page?

By Christopher Heng, thesitewizard.com Whether you design your web page using a visual web editor like Dreamweaver or KompoZer, or you code HTML directly with a simple text editor, the generally recommended practice is to validate it after you finish designing it. This article discusses what validation means, points you to some of the free tools that you can use, and deals with its limitations and the problems that a new webmaster may face. Note: if you are not sure what HTML and CSS mean, please read What are HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP and Perl? Do I Need to Learn Them to Create a Website? What does Validating HTML or CSS Mean? For those unfamiliar with the term, "validating" a page is just a jargon-filled way of referring to the use of a computer program to check that a web page is free of errors. The W3 Consortium has its own online validator which you can use for free.

A CSS validator checks your Cascading Style Sheet in the same manner. Conclusion. Introduction to Javascript - Objects, Methods, Properties. In our definition of Javascript, we referred to it as an object-based, event drive scripting language.

Introduction to Javascript - Objects, Methods, Properties

The object-based means that Javascript works with items known as objects. Objects are things in a browser, a window, a form field, a document, a frame, a submit button, etc. Objects have methods which are essentially tasks or functions that the object performs. For example, in the example below we use the window object and the prompt method of that object. Similarly we call the write method of the document object. Objects also have properties which are characteristics of the object. Let's look at a non Javascript example to help understand objects, methods, and propreties. Cat.eat("cat food") cat.sleep() cat.scratch("furniture") cat.meow() Notice that methods have parentheses after them and that some methods require information within the parentheses. Objects also have properties. How to use JavaScript in HTML page. Java script tutorial for the total non-programmer.

New from Webteacher Software and partners, GoogleMapBuilder.comAn easy interface to turn any spreadsheet into a Google Map Webteacher Software now offers Welcome To JavaScript for the Total Non-Programmer This tutorial will take you step by step through the fundamentals of Javascript.

Java script tutorial for the total non-programmer

You will learn how to write functions, use data from text boxes, create IF-THEN conditionals, program loops, and generally make your web page "smarter. " What is Object Oriented Programming and Why You Need to Use It. Digg Writing a small program every now and then is what most programmers do all the time. However, there are occasions when we need to create something bigger. Imagine that you wanted to create a small RPG game. When you are into this type of programming, you certainly undestand that this will take lots of hours to write and probably your code needs to be pretty well organized.

The point is that you cannot just go about writing an RPG game without any previous preparation. {*style:<b> Understanding "event handlers" in JavaScript. Flowchart Guide ( Complete Flowchart Tutorial with Examples )