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Tutorials - Page 3

Are you new to JavaScript, or trying to learn advanced techniques? These tutorials will show you step by step how to create and add JavaScript code to any Web page. There are also many advanced tutorials to enhance your understanding of the language. For Ajax instructions, see our Ajax tutorial section.

  • Basic Date Display Script
    Lee Underwood Apr 4, 2005

    Would you like to display the current date on your Web pages? One option is to use JavaScript. This tutorial shows you how to implement an existing script. The script itself also comes with comments so you can understand how the whole process works.

  • Scaling an Image
    Santhi Maadhaven Mar 31, 2005

    Sometimes you need to resize an image according to the window's size. You can accomplish this using the JavaScript clientWidth and clientHeight object properties.

  • Creating an Autosuggest Textbox with JavaScript: Part 1
    Nicholas Zakas Mar 21, 2005

    One of Google's new applications is Google Suggest. As you type, Google suggests search terms that come up with results. While not a new implementation, it's quickly becoming popular among developers. This installment will teach you how to build an autosuggest control one step at a time.

  • DevX JavaScript Articles
    Mar 1, 2005

    This is a listing of JavaScript articles appearing on the DevX.com Web site. They range from beginner to expert.

  • WebReference JavaScript Articles
    Nicholas Zakas Mar 1, 2005

    This is a listing of JavaScript articles appearing on the WebReference.com Web site. They range from beginner to expert.

  • JavaScript Tutorial
    Aaron Weiss Oct 16, 2000

    This JavaScript tutorial is aimed primarily at those who have had at least some exposure to another programming language. It is not our purpose here to cover the basic concepts of computer programming, but rather illustrate the syntax and methodology of JavaScript. For its part, JavaScript is a rather basic language which conforms tightly to the core concepts of computer programming. Any background in programming, from Visual Basic to Pascal to C (which is far more advanced) is sufficient to readily understanding JavaScript.

  • Animated Hovering Windows Using JavaScript
    Jonathan Campbell Aug 13, 2000

    You've probably seen many Web sites with windows that seem to appear out of nowhere on the screen. This tutorial will explain how to use that technique to accomplish your own effects.

  • Dojo, Rialto and Spry Frameworks
    Rob Gravelle Aug 13, 2000

    This overview of JavaScript Framework libraries is designed to help you make a more informed decision when choosing the right Framework. This third installment of the series presents an overview of Dojo, Rialto and Spry.

  • How to Grey Out the Screen
    Patrick Hunlock Aug 13, 2000

    This tutorial will show you how to "gray" out the screen and create a "modal" environment. A "gray-out" is useful for creating a DHTML dialog box, or showing off a picture or video. While it's active, most of the interactive elements on the page are inactive.

  • JQuery, Yahoo! UI Library and MochiKit JavaScript Frameworks
    Rob Gravelle Aug 13, 2000

    This overview of JavaScript Framework libraries is designed to help you make a more informed decision when choosing the right Framework. This second installment of the series presents an overview of JQuery, the Yahoo! UI Library (YUI) and MochiKit.

  • Modifying an Element on the Fly
    Yehuda Shiran Aug 13, 2000

    You can change an HTML element by setting one of the four inner/outer properties.

  • qooxdoo and SproutCore Frameworks
    Rob Gravelle Aug 13, 2000

    This overview of JavaScript Framework libraries is designed to help you make a more informed decision when choosing the right Framework. This fourth installment of the series presents an overview of qooxdoo and SproutCore.

  • Totally Own CSS with JavaScript
    Patrick Hunlock Aug 13, 2000

    The last great frontier for a JavaScript programmer is usually the direct manipulation of a stylesheet. While incredibly powerful tools, the documentation is sparse and the browsers rife with incompatibilities. This tutorial examines three functions which will make working with stylesheets very trivial. There is also a short tutorial and reference for those who want to go beyond the basic tools.

  • FrontPage 2000
    Jul 26, 2000

    Shows you step-by-step how to add JavaScript code from The JavaScript Source to your page within FrontPage 2000.