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    Senior Coder whizard's Avatar
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    Can anyone suggest a good JS tutorial?

    Hello All--

    I am interested in learning javascript, and I was wondering if anyone could suggest a good tutorial.

    I know how javascript works as far as syntax, and I can do some small things with it like pop up alert boxs, make the page go back, and things like that, so I don't need a tutorial about "This is a variable". I was looking for something a little more in depth.

    Thanks!
    Dan
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    liorean kindly created an extended list of resources including tutorials, etc here:

    JavaScript Documentation & References

    Hope this helps.

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    Also, the standard tutorial site for all coding is w3schools.com. Some of it is begginer stuff that you may know, but it also has advanced javascript.
    Last edited by 1337coder; 12-13-2006 at 01:11 PM.
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