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11-11-2007, 05:27 PM
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Hi

I would like to learn Javascript, after learning xHTML / CSS proficiently, before advancing onto PHP.

Does anyone have any secret tutorial (easy ones) sites for complete beginners?

Thank you for any help,

Gareth

11-11-2007, 05:43 PM
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Actually, I found JavaScript harder than PHP. PHP is much more strict and clear than JavaScript. but, there is some Sitepoint.com books and tutorials that are good.

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1) There is a JavaScript forum.
2) Google is your friend - you will get tonnes of results.

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Seb: Don't be an ass. Of course there is Google, but he is asking for suggestions on sites that people found particularly useful. I'd recommend http://www.w3schools.com/ for sure. They have quite a few good beginning tutorials on Javascript.

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Sorry, missed the Javascript forum

I have found tizag which is a great site, but i just wanted some personal favourites. Thank Andrew, much appreciated

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Here is good place to start:

http://www.w3schools.com/

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I keep tizag and w3schools bookmarked. They're not perfect, but they're great for simple syntax questions and the like. I'm with allaire, I found JavaScript to be tougher than PHP, especially when you start considering cross-browser problems.

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