Javascript Basics

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Hi, in this tutorial hopefully you will learn the basics of javascript.

First thing to know is javascript is a Client-Side programming language. That means it uses the users web browser to run the code. Second thing to know is there are TWO ways of including javascript in your web pages.
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Select-and-Go Navigation

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Everyone has used it before, they go to a website, and there is a drop down box that says “Where do you want to go?” they select something from the list and without pressing anything else they are whisked away to the page that they selected.

Navigations like this are great and really save space on a website, in this tutorial I will show you how to make one just like it and explain how to use it on your own website.

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Functions in Javascript

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Use functions in javascript to do pretty much anything your heart desires, learn how to create a function and use it in this tutorial. For this tutorial, make sure that you have javascript enabled in your web browser or you wont be able to see the results!

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Rotating Banners

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Learn how to create a banner system that rotates your banners without the user having to refresh. Using javascript you can make a nicely flowing rotating banners script that doesn’t require the user to refresh at anytime, good for ad systems.

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Vertical Pulldown Menu

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Create a vertical pulldown script that displays navigational headers and when you click on a header new links appear underneath it, this effect works both in Firefox and Internet Explorer.
We will be doing all of our code in just 1 file to make this easier, later on you can split it all up into different files for your applications but for the ease of this tutorial everything will be in the same file.

This is a great effect for websites that have limited room and want to clean up there navigation a bit. It also provides visitors to your website the choice to display certain links or not, if there are links they do not want to see they can just hide them.

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