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Douglas.M
1. How I Get Around Web Page Reciprocal Linking

This article describes a Javascript coding technique I use to avoid reciprocal linking between web pages.

Posted to KB Topic: OOP
8 months ago

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2. JavaScript Event Handler

The JavaScript event handler contains events centered around the Document Object Model (DOM). Common events include onMouseOver and onMouseOut, onFocus and onBlur, onClick and onDblClick, onChange and onSelect, onLoad and onUnload.

For example, onMouseOver and onMouseOut are frequently used with websites to change an image when your mouse moves over it. The onClick event is used to trigger code upon a mouse click.

Posted to KB Topic: JavaScript and AJAX
11 years ago

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3. JavaScript Report Tools Overview

No built-in report writer but because JavaScript most frequently targets website development (a document interfaced GUI), a common solution is to simply output an HTML formatted page with black text and a white background (not much control but it does work for some situations).

Posted to KB Topic: Beginners Corner
11 years ago

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4. JavaScript Logical Operators

JavaScript logical operators:

and, && and, as in this and that
or, || or, as in this or that
!, Not Not, as in Not This

Posted to KB Topic: Beginners Corner
11 years ago

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5. JavaScript If Statement (if..else if..else)

Same as C/C++ but, as usual, the semicolons are optional.

Posted to KB Topic: Beginners Corner
11 years ago
(1 Comments , last by Anonymous )

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6. JavaScript Comparison Operators (==, !=)

Common comparison operators:

== equal
!= not equal
< less than
> greater than
<= less than or equal
>= greater than or equal

Posted to KB Topic: Beginners Corner
11 years ago

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7. JavaScript Overview and History

Language Overview: Class-like language with limited but usable class-like and object-like functionality but no formal inheritance nor visibility control, etc.

Target Platforms: JavaScript is most commonly used to extend HTML by executing code on the browser side when visiting a website. It does have other uses including server side scripting and AJAX.

Posted to KB Topic: Beginners Corner
12 years ago, and updated 11 years ago

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8. JavaScript End of Statement (; is optional)

In JavaScript, using a semicolon at the end of statements is optional. You might think a semicolon then is just another comment specifier but it is not. The semicolon is an optional end of statement specifier. To put two statements on a single code line, you must use a semicolon. However, the semicolon is optional, but probably confusing, when you break a single statement into multiple code lines.

Posted to KB Topic: Beginners Corner
12 years ago, and updated 11 years ago
(4 Comments , last by henewud.m )

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9. You Are Here Location Script A Javascript "You are here:" location script that uses your folder path to indicate location.
Posted to KB Topic: Coding Tasks
12 years ago
(1 Comments , last by Anonymous )

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10. JavaScript Custom Routines (function)

JavaScript uses functions and loosely typed parameters. Function definitions must come before their usage so the usual preference when adding JavaScript to HTML pages is to include them between the head tags.

Posted to KB Topic: Language Reference
12 years ago, and updated 12 years ago

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Recently Updated

(JavaScript and AJAX Group)

  KB Article    

Douglas.M
1. How I Get Around Web Page Reciprocal Linking

This article describes a Javascript coding technique I use to avoid reciprocal linking between web pages.

Posted to KB Topic: OOP
8 months ago

Article
Nothing New Since Your Last Visit
172
Hits

Mike Prestwood
2. JavaScript Event Handler

The JavaScript event handler contains events centered around the Document Object Model (DOM). Common events include onMouseOver and onMouseOut, onFocus and onBlur, onClick and onDblClick, onChange and onSelect, onLoad and onUnload.

For example, onMouseOver and onMouseOut are frequently used with websites to change an image when your mouse moves over it. The onClick event is used to trigger code upon a mouse click.

Posted to KB Topic: JavaScript and AJAX
11 years ago

Code
Nothing New Since Your Last Visit
9861
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Mike Prestwood
3. JavaScript Report Tools Overview

No built-in report writer but because JavaScript most frequently targets website development (a document interfaced GUI), a common solution is to simply output an HTML formatted page with black text and a white background (not much control but it does work for some situations).

Posted to KB Topic: Beginners Corner
11 years ago

Code
Nothing New Since Your Last Visit
14674
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Mike Prestwood
4. JavaScript Logical Operators

JavaScript logical operators:

and, && and, as in this and that
or, || or, as in this or that
!, Not Not, as in Not This

Posted to KB Topic: Beginners Corner
11 years ago

Code
Nothing New Since Your Last Visit
8280
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Mike Prestwood
5. JavaScript If Statement (if..else if..else)

Same as C/C++ but, as usual, the semicolons are optional.

Posted to KB Topic: Beginners Corner
11 years ago
(1 Comments , last by Anonymous )

Code
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7337
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Mike Prestwood
6. JavaScript Comparison Operators (==, !=)

Common comparison operators:

== equal
!= not equal
< less than
> greater than
<= less than or equal
>= greater than or equal

Posted to KB Topic: Beginners Corner
11 years ago

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Mike Prestwood
7. JavaScript Inheritance (No, but sort of.)

JavaScript does not offer a formal inheritance machanism. There are some tricks some developers are fond of.

Posted to KB Topic: JavaScript and AJAX
12 years ago, and updated 11 years ago

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8. JavaScript Member Method

Not fully OOP as you can call the method outside of the class.

Posted to KB Topic: JavaScript and AJAX
12 years ago, and updated 11 years ago

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9. JavaScript Associative Array (Array(), use [)

General Info: Associative Array

A set of unique keys linked to a set of values. Each unique key is associated with a value. Think of it as a two column table. MyArray['CA'] = 'California' MyArray['AR'] = 'Arizona'

Languages Focus: Associative Array

Associative arrays are also known as a dictionary or a hash table in other languages.

JavaScript Associative Array

Posted to KB Topic: Language Reference
12 years ago, and updated 11 years ago

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10. JavaScript End of Statement (; is optional)

In JavaScript, using a semicolon at the end of statements is optional. You might think a semicolon then is just another comment specifier but it is not. The semicolon is an optional end of statement specifier. To put two statements on a single code line, you must use a semicolon. However, the semicolon is optional, but probably confusing, when you break a single statement into multiple code lines.

Posted to KB Topic: Beginners Corner
12 years ago, and updated 11 years ago
(4 Comments , last by henewud.m )

Code
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