subject. If you've never done any programming before in your life, then
this is the place to be. Complete the entire course and you'll have
How to Study
You should take things slowly when studying any new computer course.
The concepts can be difficult at first, so it's important not to do
too much at once. Take your time, and don't be put off if at first you
don't undertand the lessons. Come back to the lesson later, and it may
seem a little easier. And don't forget to bookmark this site!
Throughout this course, there are a number of exercises to complete.
You should try to do all the exercises, as they are designed to increase
your understanding of the subject matter. And don't forget to download
any course files along the way!
Software Requirements for the Course
No extra software is needed for this course. As long as you have a
browser (Internet Explorer, Firefox, or Mozilla are ideal) then you
have everything you need. But a text editor like the Windows Notepad,
or HTML editor will make things easier. Windows users can download my
free HTML Editor by clicking the link below:
Go to the HTML Editor
Linux users should have any number of text editors already installed.
The scripts have been tested with the Firefox and Konqueror Browsers.
(The test machine was running Mandrake 9.1 with the KDE desktop.) Most
scripts work, except the events in Mozilla, but we explain why this
is, and what you have to do to overcome the problem.
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