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JavaScript and Forms

by Matt Doyle
The FORM tag is usually used to create forms for sending to CGI scripts or other server-based software, but there's a lot that can be done at the browser end as well - with JavaScript! You can validate the data entered by the user before it's sent to the CGI script (this saves time and bandwidth).

Spice Up Your Web Site with JavaScript

by Shelley Lowery
JavaScript is a scripting language designed for use within a web page and/or on a web server. It is used to create special effects within a web page. Elements such as links, images and forms can be manipulated using this powerful technology.

Use JavaScript to Dynamically Update Your Website

by Shelley Lowery
If you've been on the Internet for a while, you've probably seen numerous examples of JavaScript use. JavaScript is a powerful scripting language used to create special effects on your website, but did you know it can also be used as a very powerful web design tool?

JavaScript Tutorial Part I

by William Bontrager
How the browser knows it is JavaScript. This is how JavaScript works. Some programming basics.

Opening Windows with JavaScript

by Matt Doyle
One of the most useful (and quite possibly the most abused) features of JavaScript is its ability to manipulate browser windows.

JavaScript Tutorial Part II

by William Bontrager
Unlike many programming languages, JavaScript can be written in bits and pieces. It may be interspersed with HTML code on a web page so long as the JavaScript conforms to its own programming language rules.

JavaScript Tutorial Part IV

by William Bontrager
The JavaScript Scrolling Tape Calculator is operated by clicking the mouse on the buttons. As you click, scrolling text shows calculations you have already done.


by David Sosnowski
Setting up JAVA applets, though perhaps daunting the first time you do it, is really quite simple. Today we're going to walk you through the basics; and believe it or not, you can get all this sorted out in under ten minutes. Let's just dive in and do it!

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