avascript Learning JavaScript Intro Class A self-study class ($25) enabling students to learn at their own pace includes seven lessons guiding you through the foundation of modern programming practices on the client browser using JavaScript.

This introduction JavaScript class will take the novice with no programming experience at all get up to speed on how JavaScript can quietly be used with HTML and CSS to really make your pages standout. Today’s JavaScript is not about opening popup windows, browser detection, mouse-rollovers and the like, but is understanding how to allow your content layer (“HTML”) and presentation layer (“CSS”) to work seamlessly and unobtrusively with your behavior layer (“JavaScript”).

To give you an idea of how each lesson looks, here is the first lesson free (.pdf) to review for yourself!

12 comments on “Learning JavaScript Intro Class
  1. Frances says:

    The JavaScript course has been excellent. I learned a whole lot as it covers a big range very clearly, and it will be useful for some things I want to do on my web site. Also–the course is wonderful exercise for the brain.

    Frances

  2. Ellis Ash (aka EllisTheGrey) says:

    Good job Frank… Good teachin’ and instructin’.

    The lecture notes Frank prepares are excellent. His notes helped in another class I’m taking. He is knowledgeable, patient, and helps the Web wannabes like myself learn. I’ll be back for the jQuery class and ASP.NET classes.

    That alone speaks volume. I’m returning to take two more classes from Mr. Stepanski. That is the ultimate nonverbal compliment. Mark Twain once said, “Action speaks louder than words but not nearly as often.”

    EllisTheGrey
    winansa@bellsouth.net

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