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JavaScript Alert - Every Web Master Running JavaScript Should Know This

by David Malia July 05, 2006
The authoritative w3schools.com web site reports an 11% rate of surfers that are browsing with Javascript turned off in January 2005.

How To Handle Web Surfers Who Disabled Javascript

by Michael Kashirin June 29, 2006
There are some safe ways how to handle search engines spiders and web surfers, who does not support JavaScript, at your web page.

How to use XMLHttpRequest

by SwiK June 21, 2006
Sample javascript implementing a cross platform xmlhttprequest function, via two different methods.

Unobtrusive JavaScript using objects

by Peter Cooper June 19, 2006
This'll be new to some and childs play to others. I just wanted to keep reminding myself of this feature so I could guilt myself into forcing myself to use it rather than 'chickening out' when I write some quick scrappy code :)

The JavaScript Library World Cup

by Dan Webb June 16, 2006
Love them or loathe them, JavaScript libraries are making a huge impact in the area of DOM Scripting. As AJAX matures, and the complexity of the scripts required to support its expanding use increases, it becomes much less feasible to produce custom code

Use functional programming techniques to write elegant JavaScript

by Shantanu Bhattacharya June 14, 2006
Functional, or declarative, programming is a very powerful programming method and is gaining popularity in the software industry.

How to Write Web 2.0 JavaScript

by Adam Bergmark June 09, 2006
Would you like to learn how to write unobtrusive, modern, compact JavaScript that you can add to your HTML document without modifying the html itself at all?

Javascript in Ten Minutes

by javascript.infogami.com June 07, 2006
Javascript is a dynamically typed language. Variables are declared with the keyword var. Common simple types are supported.

Three Places to NEVER Use Ajax

by Bill Boulden May 30, 2006
As of lately, developers seem ready to use Ajax on anything that sits still long enough, plus some moving targets too.

From DHTML to DOM scripting

by Christian Heilmann May 23, 2006
In this article we will try to help JavaScript beginners to spot old and outdated JavaScript techniques and explain what their issues are

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