[thelist] Javascript help!

Tom Dell'Aringa pixelmech at yahoo.com
Sun Jul 7 16:13:01 CDT 2002

Head over to my site to this page:


The "cracking JS links" are some good links I have found for working
with JS.


--- fstorr <fffrancis at fstorr.demon.co.uk> wrote:
> Hi all
> Okay, I can script good, clean, valid html, xhtml, css that works
> well
> and people seem to like.  This has got me so far, but my complete
> achilles heal is JavaScript.  I'm fed up of using the Macromedia
> stuff
> or downloading free scripts from the internet, and really want to
> learn
> it.
> 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
> <tip type="jobs" author="Francis Storr">
> This won't apply to everyone, but did to me.  Been made redundant
> and
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> last
> year, and got made redundant.  After a few months getting nowhere,
> I
> took a job in an insurance company which happened to have a very
> large
> intranet (6,500 or so pages).  After 2 months in a job answering
> telephones, I made my past experiences known.  I produced a small
> xhtml
> + css site which went down well with some of the directors and
> other key
> members of staff.  To cut a longer story short, I'm now responsible
> for
> intranet development and communication for about 900 staff and
> about 52
> managers.  And about 900 pages of "html" converted from excel,
> powerpoint, word and publisher that I'm about to start cleaning up.
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