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    Exclamation Im a newbie help!

    Hey all I am wanting to start coding with js (java script) but i seem to be lost and screw up every time i try to make anything. What are some good tutorial that i could look at to help me. Also if any of you have like really small (like 10 or less lines) codes please post so i can examine what you have done. Thanks For all the help i know you are going to give me !

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    In order to learn how to code you need to be able to follow directions. So far you've failed to show any ability to follow directions because you failed to follow the rules (see the "RULES" link above?) and you obviously didn't read the "Posting Guidlines: Read this before you post" either.

    Not only that but you missed the sticky threads at the very top of the list of forum messages where you'd have found a huge list of resources for learning about Javascript.

    Being able to follow directions is important and understanding the following of directions is also important because the computer will do exactly what it's told as opposed to what you think you told it.
    Check out the Forum Search. It's the short path to getting great results from this forum.

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    This forum is a fantastic place to learn great new things about web design and coding, but Roy is right. You need to follow the rules. Now, is there something more specific you need help with?

    Welcome to the forums!

    Creator of SimplePie and Tarzan AWS, co-founder of WarpShare, co-built the Y! Messenger website, usability-focused, and an INFJ personality.


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