Javascript
  1. Javascript intro
  2. Javascript basics
  3. Javascript variables
  4. Javascript functions
  5. Javascript popup boxes
  6. Javascript conditions
  7. Javascript loops
  8. Javascript arrays
  9. Javascript objects
  10. Javascript strings
  11. Javascript events
  12. Javascript errors
  13. Javascript DOM
  14. Javascript elements
  15. Javascript new windows
  16. Javascript date & time
  17. Javascript cookies
  18. Javascript print
  19. Javascript redirect
  20. Javascript void
  21. Javascript summary

Introduction to Javascript

So you want to learn Javascript? You may already know HTML or XHTML and you want to move on to something more interactive, or you may have heard about Javascript and are curious about it, or one of many other reasons. Whatever your reason(s) may be, Javascript is a great language to learn!

This tutorial focuses on:

What you should already know

Before studying Javascript, you should already have at least a basic understanding of HTML and/or XHTML. Javascript scripts are placed on webpages with HTML/XHTML tags and without knowing these tags, you will not know where and how to place Javascript scripts on a webpage. Check out our HTML tutorials or XHTML tutorials if you are not yet familiar with these languages.

What is Javascript?

Javascript is a scripting language developed by Netscape used to provide dynamic and interactive content on webpages. It is one of the first scripting languages in existence and today is the most popular scripting language on the web. Javascript works in all modern web browsers including Firefox, Netscape, Opera, and Internet Explorer.

Javascript and Java

Javascript, Java, what's the difference? A major difference!!

There exists a common misconception that Javascript and Java are the same language. They are not. Javascript is a scripting language used to create dynamic and interactive content on webpages, while Java is a high level, object-oriented, platform independent programming language that can be used to write software applications as well as applets that run in web pages.

What can be done with Javascript?

All this and much more can be done with Javascript!

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