[thelist] Javascript help!

Joel Canfield joel at spinhead.com
Sun Jul 7 15:08:01 CDT 2002

> Can anyone recommend a good JS forum where I can go and
> learn?  Books are good up to a point, but practial help is
> always so much better.
> Cheers
> Francis

Not sure what you mean by 'forum' if it's something other than this list.

I highly recommend Thau's JavaScript tutorial at Webmonkey as a starting
al1.html). Enough detail to understand concepts, but not overwhelming.

Also, Shirley's got some great info at

Finally, your tip wasn't closed. Not sure how broken that'll be.


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