1. Javascript intro
  2. Javascript basics
  3. Javascript variables
  4. Javascript functions
  5. Javascript popup boxes
  6. Javascript conditions
  7. Javascript loops
  8. Javascript arrays
  9. Javascript objects
  10. Javascript strings
  11. Javascript events
  12. Javascript errors
  13. Javascript DOM
  14. Javascript elements
  15. Javascript new windows
  16. Javascript date & time
  17. Javascript cookies
  18. Javascript print
  19. Javascript redirect
  20. Javascript void
  21. Javascript summary

Javascript summary

Javascript is a scripting language developed by Netscape used to provide dynamic and interactive content on webpages. It is one of the first scripting languages in existence and today is the most popular scripting language on the web. Javascript works in all modern web browsers including Firefox, Netscape, Opera, and Internet Explorer.

The tutorials in this section included information on a variety of Javascript topics including printing text, working with variables, loops & arrays, handling errors, working with objects, dynamically changing the content on a webpage, and more.

NOTE: Don't forget that Javascript and Java are two separate languages!

What's next?

At this point you should at the very least be familiar with building webpages (HTML), and working with dynamic and interactive content (Javascript).

Now you can move on to styling pages - check out our CSS tutorials to learn how to do that. You could also begin working with more powerful and complex languages and technologies like PHP or ASP. Check out our PHP tutorials and ASP tutorials to learn how to do that. Or you could learn a language similar to Javascript called VBScript (also a browser-side scripting language) at our VBScript tutorials.

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