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January 18, 2011

46 eBooks, Tools and Scripts for Web Marketing and Design

For those looking to increase their web marketing and web development skills, here are 46 eBooks, Tools and Scripts from two different web marketing/development sites. These cover development technologies (HTML, Javascript, Flash, PHP, Web Design) and marketing ebooks and tools to increase your web presence and revenue.


Way Creative Media provides these 32 web design, development, and marketing ebooks and tutorials:

HTML Guide
HTML Course
HTML Security Report
Javascript Book
Flash Web Applications
Cold Fusion MX Creating Web Service
PHP Manual
CGI Programming
Graphics and Webpage Design
Web Page Design
How to Create Adobe PDF Files for eBooks
Service Sellers Masters Course
Inside the Minds of Winners
Instant Internet Empires
Web Development Tools Guide
Certificate Of Reprint And Duplication Rights
Secret Ebay Marketing
1001 Newbie-Friendly Tips
Ezine Empire
Marketing Miracle
Web Marketing Explained
The Greatest Marketing Secrets of the Ages
Saving Money On Rights
The Perpetual Traffic Generator Manual
Wake Em Up
Ezine Ad Profits
Pay Per Text
Getting your business online
Internet Marketing and Web Site Promotion
99 Sites you should bookmark
Make your content presell
eBay Secrets



Azam Marketing offers 7 Free Webmaster Tools, Scripts and eBooks and 7 more on this page. Here are the names of 7 of them:

 - Profitable Keywords
 - Website Audio Player
 - The AdSense Report
 - Make Your Ebook Sell Like Crazy
 - Marketing Toolkit
 - Secrets of Top Affiliate Marketers
 - 10 Simple Steps To Authoring A Best Seller



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January 7, 2011

How to Build HTML eBook

Here is a 75-page instructional ebook that will teach you how to code HTML to build web pages and sites, titled How to Build HTML. Click on the link to the pdf file on this page. This will help you learn the details of HTML so will be able to code it and update it when needed. Many times you will already have the code there, created from an application like Dreamweaver, but sometimes it makes sense to review parts of the code and actually make updates directly in the code to get what you want on your web page. Of course, using CSS will make some of the HTML tags obsolete, but this HTML ebook will help you review and change the HTML code as needed. Please note the links in the ebook to download the templates no longer work. (75 pages, 364kb, pdf)


Table of Contents of How to Build HTML ebook:

 - The Basics
 - The Common Tags
 - More Common Tags
 - A little more tags
 - Extended Fonts and Text Color
 - Links and Images
 - Lists
 - Clean code, comments, and escape codes
 - Navigation within a document
 - Tables
 - Using Frames
 - Using Meta Tags
 - Forms
 - Forms continued
 - Counters and Search Engines
 - Graphics
 - HTML Style Basics



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October 14, 2009

XML Document Type Definition (DTD) Tutorial

Here is is a XML Document Type Definition (DTD) Tutorial, hosted at the New Mexico Tech Computer Center. This DTD tutorial describes the Document Type Definition notation for describing the schema of an SGML or XML document type. The purpose of a Document Type Definition or DTD is to define the structure of a document encoded in XML. This DTD tutorial also can be downloaded as pdf.


Document Type Definition Tutorial:

  What is a DTD?
     - Definitions
  Where does a DTD live?
     - Linking an XML file to an external DTD
     - Including the DTD inside your XML file
  Types of DTD declarations
  Element declarations
     - Declaring empty elements
     - Elements with text content only
     - Elements with mixed content
  Attribute declarations
     - Tokenized attributes
     - Enumerated attributes
  Declaring and using entities
     - General entities
     - Character entities
     - Parameter entities
     - Binary (non-parsed) entities
  Notation declarations



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XSLT Reference Tutorial

Here is the post on XSLT Reference Tutorial, located at the New Mexico Tech Computer Center. This XSLT tutorial describes the XSLT language for transforming XML documents. Because of XSLT’s ability to change the content of an XML document, XSLT is referred to as the stylesheet for XML. This tutorial can also serve as a reference guide to XSLT and it can also be downloaded as pdf.


XSLT Reference Tutorial:

  What is XSLT?
  A brief example
  Namespaces and XSLT
  XPath reference
     - Data types in XPath
     - Node types
     - Node tests
     - Axis selection in XPath
     - XPath operators
     - XPath functions
  Overall XSLT stylesheet structure
  The root element <xsl:stylesheet>
     - <xsl:stylesheet> attributes
  Top-level elements
     - <xsl:output>: Select output options
     - <xsl:preserve-space>: Preserving white space
     - <xsl:strip-space>: Removing non-significant white space
     - <xsl:import>: Use templates from another stylesheet
     - <xsl:key>: Create an index to optimize input document access
     - <xsl:decimal-format>: Define a numeric format
  Basic template elements
     - <xsl:template>: Define a template
     - <xsl:variable>: Define a global or local variable
     - <xsl:apply-templates>: Process a node set with appropriate templates
     - <xsl:include>: Insert another stylesheet
     - <xsl:param>: Define an argument to be passed into a template
     - <xsl:with-param>: Pass an argument to a template
  Output instructions
     - <xsl:text>: Output literal text
     - <xsl:value-of>: Output the value of an expresssion
     - <xsl:element>: Output an element
     - <xsl:attribute>: Output an attribute
     - <xsl:number>: Output an element number or formatted number
  Branching elements
     - <xsl:for-each>: Iterate over a set of nodes
     - <xsl:if>: Conditional processing
     - <xsl:choose>: The multiple-case construct
     - <xsl:call-template>: Invoke another template
  Advanced elements
     - <xsl:apply-imports>: Use an overridden template
     - <xsl:attribute-set>: Define a named attribute set
     - <xsl:comment>: Output a comment
     - <xsl:copy>: Shallow copying
     - <xsl:copy-of>: Deep copying
     - <xsl:fallback>: What to do if an extension is missing
     - <xsl:message>: Write a debugging message
     - <xsl:namespace-alias>: Assign a prefix to a namespace
     - <xsl:processing-instruction>: Output a processing instruction
     - <xsl:sort>: Process nodes in a given order
  XSLT functions
     - current(): Return the current node
     - document(): Pull in content from other documents
     - format-number(): Convert a number to a string
     - generate-id(): Generate a unique identifier
     - key(): Refer to an index entry
     - system-property(): Return a system property value
  Built-in templates
  Extension elements
     - The exsl:document extension
  Using the xsltproc processor



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August 27, 2009

6 Web Design and Development Posts

The following are six web design and development posts which I have written in the past few weeks on our other blog at Inteligentedu.com. These are execellent training and learning materials for the topics covered.


2 Web Design Tutorials for Programmers

Here are two Web Design Tutorials: Design for Developers and Web Design for Programmers, hosted at New Auburn Personal Computer Services. These two Web design tutorials will help you to create successful web sites and web applications, along with getting you familiar with the process and tools involved with developing a functional and attractive site/application. The first tutorial is illustrated using presentation slides, and the second one is illustrated as an e-book. Both tutorials are in pdf format.

Design for Developers  (224 Kb, 34 pages)
This course is meant to be a hands-on experience. The goal is to get you familiar with the process and the tools involved in developing a functional, attractive site or application. Various hands-on examples are illustrated using the help of Photoshop, Dreamweaver, and CSS.

Web Design for Programmers  (2.48 Mb, 83 pages)
This tutorial explains you about basic color theory, learning how to choose colors, basic typography, learning how to choose fonts, basic layouts, how to mock up a site in Photoshop and basic XHTML and CSS. Also covered are building a logo that can scale using Illustrator and building a mockup of the site in Photoshop.


Free Training to Learn Flex in a Week

Here are Adobe’s free video training Flex in a Week Courses, at Adobe Developer Connection, which will greatly help you learn and use Flex. To maximize your learning, we recommend that you view the videos and complete the exercises in the order in which they are listed. Adobe Flex is a must see application if you’re building cross-platform, rich Internet applications and making extensive use of Flash. It provides a software development kit and an IDE to help get you on your way. These Flex tutorial courses show you how to get the most out of Flex for building rich, complelling, and interactive web applications.


4 JavaScript Tutorials

Here are 4 JavaScript Tutorials at syger.it. All the scripts in these JavaScript tutorials are available for download as two compressed archives Scripts.zip and AspScripts.zip. These JavaScript tutorials are designed to provide an overview, with coding examples, of the some of the power of the JavaScript programming/scripting language. They are not just aimed at the developer who works on code for the browser or client side, the tutorials contain presentations to classic ASP developers, in an attempt to move them away from VBScript and towards JavaScript, for web application development.


44 JavaScript References and Code Examples

Here are 44 excellent JavaScript References and Coding Examples, at psoug.org. JavaScript is the scripting language of web, and is used in millions of web pages to add functionality, validate forms, detect browsers, and much more. You can use these 44 JavaScript examples to help you to become a better JavaScript programmer, and by reading and using these you will learn how to code its many features and functions, thereby increasing your JavaScript skills.


218 PHP Code Examples and References

Here are 218 excellent PHP Code Examples and References at psoug.org. If you want to learn the basics of PHP, then this PHP code library will help you greatly. These code examples will also help you increase your PHP skills and become a better PHP programmer. PHP-enabled web pages are treated just like regular HTML pages and you can create and edit them the same way you normally create regular HTML pages. Many pieces of functionality are covered by these PHP code snippets.


2 Ruby Tutorilas and 3 Ruby on Rails Tutorials

Here are 2 Ruby Tutorilas and 3 Ruby on Rails Tutorials located at the LUG Villafranca Programming Course website. These Ruby and Ruby On Railes tutorials give you an excellent grounding and understanding on using Ruby and Ruby On Rails to build web applications. Ruby On Rails is an open source Ruby framework for developing database-backed web applications. You will need to download and install the Ruby Interpreter, and you will also need to install Ruby on Rails. In addition, these tutorials use RMagick version 2.0.2, which is explained in this FAQ, and  SQLite 3.1.2.1, which is explained in this How-to. Windows users will need both the .exe and .dll versions of SQLite. The Ruby on Rails Wiki page also gives helpful information for SQLite. Source code is provided for all of these tutorials. Also, the whole programming course, which includes JavaScript tutorials, can be downloaded as pdf which is 2.28 Mb and explained in 125 pages.



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June 25, 2009

Web Development Tutorials using Microsoft Technologies

Here are several Tutorials and Articles on Web Development using Microsoft Technologies, at Microsoft Developer Network, covering various web development topics and techniques using Microsoft. ASP .NET is a web application framework developed and marketed by Microsoft Corporation to allow programmers to build dynamic web sites, web applications and web services. These Web Development Tutorials cover web development using ASP .NET, HTML and CSS, Internet Explorer Development, Internet Information Services, Scripting, Server Technologies and Silverlight.


ASP .NET Web Applications
ASP .NET is a unified web platform that provides all the services necessary for the user to build enterprise-class applications. This tutorial explains about web development using ASP.NET, the Visual Web Developer and Model-View-Controller (MVC) pattern which is an architectural design principle that separates the components of a Web application.

 - Web Development with ASP.NET and Visual Web Developer
 - ASP.NET Model View Controller (MVC)  


HTML and CSS
HTML, an acronym for HyperText Markup Language, is the one of the most popular markup languages that is used for web pages. This tutorial explains the topics of new features of Internet Explorer, HTML, DHTML Behaviors and Data Binding and CSS in detail.

 - What’s New in Internet Explorer?
 - HTML and DHTML Overviews and Tutorials
 - HTML and DHTML Reference
 - Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)
 - DHTML Behaviors
 - DHTML Data Binding
 - Scriptable Editing
 - Web Multimedia
 - HTML Applications (HTA)
 - Accessibility
 - Technical Articles and Columns


Internet Explorer Development
This tutorial explains various methods for developers to add functionality to Microsoft Internet Explorer and thus allowing to enhance the user interface. As Internet Explorer’s component architecture is based on Component Object Model (COM), there are many different ways to extend its capabilities.

 - Internet Explorer Architecture
 - Browser Extensions
 - Content Extensions
 - Hosting and Reuse
 - Globalization
 - URL Monikers
 - Security and Privacy
 - Technical Articles and Columns
 - Book Excerpts


Internet Information Services (IIS)
This tutorial details out Internet Information Services 6.0 and 7.0 which is a set of Internet-based services for servers created by Microsoft for use with Microsoft Windows.

 - Internet Information Services (IIS) 7.0 Development
 - Internet Information Services (IIS) 6.0 SDK
 - Internet Information Services Extensions
 - Technical Articles


Scripting
A scripting language is a programming language that allows some control of a single or many software application. This tutorial explains about various Microsoft windows scripting technologies like JScript, VBScript and various Windows Script Components, Host and Interfaces.

 - Microsoft Windows Script Technologies
 - Technical Articles, Columns and Books


Server Technologies
This tutorial explains some of the server technologies that are used in the industry like ASP, Indexing Service, Sharepoint Products and Technologies and Silverlight.

 - Active Server Pages
 - Indexing Service 2.0
 - SharePoint Products and Technologies
 - Site Server


Silverlight
Microsoft Silverlight is a programmable web browser plugin that enables features such as animation, vector graphics and audio-video playback that characterizes Rich Internet Applications. This tutorial deals with the various features of Silverlight.

 - Silverlight 3 Beta
 - Silverlight 2



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April 25, 2009

79 Photoshop & Web Design Tutorials

These 79 Photoshop & Web Design Tutorials at hv-designs.co.uk should make a professional of you when it comes to handling Photoshop web design and other web development areas, such as CSS. These Photoshop & Web Design Tutorials explain Web Layouts for different types of websites such as Gaming, Business, Blogs and Portfolios. They explain the items and widgets in the layouts, and how space and simplicity can create a much better and easier-to-use design layout, from the user perspective. Various other web layouts are also discussed, such as Rockbands, Computer Shops, and even theme-based layouts such as Vista themes. All web layouts explained in these Photoshop tutorials are accompanied by the code, so you can work and modify them as and where necessary.


79 Photoshop & Web Design Tutorials:

 - Quickie: Gaming Layout #5
 - PSD to CSS to WordPress Pt.3
 - PSD to CSS to WordPress PT.2
 - PSD to CSS to WordPress PT.1
 - Web Design Layout #9
 - Car Layout #4
 - Portfolio Layout #10
 - WordPress Layout #4 Tutorial
 - Business Layout #4
 - Design Lab Layout
 - Web design Layout #8
 - Creative Design Layout Tutorial
 - Dark Style Web Template
 - Business Layout #3
 - WordPress Layout #3
 - Gaming Layout #4
 - Portfolio Layout #9
 - Portfolio Layout 4: The Code
 - Design Studio Layout #2
 - Video Sharing Layout #2
 - Gaming Layout #3
 - Interior Design Layout
 - Personal Portfolio Layout #2
 - Business Layout #2
 - Web Design Layout #7
 - Futuristic Layout #2
 - Design Studio Layout Tutorial
 - Car Layout #3
 - Hosting Layout
 - WordPress Layout #2
 - Personal Portfolio Layout
 - Gaming Layout #2
 - WordPress Mockup Layout
 - Business Layout Tutorial
 - Web Design Layout #6
 - Video Sharing Layout
 - Car Sales/Club Layout
 - Portfolio Layout #6
 - Portfolio Layout #5
 - PSD > HTML/CSS
 - Wii Inspired Layout Tutorial
 - Funky Web Design Layout 2
 - Funky/Grungy Dj/Music Layout
 - Portfolio Layout #4
 - Web Design Layout #5
 - DJ Layout #2
 - Futuristic Web Layout
 - Funky Web Design Layout
 - Futuristic Navigation
 - Techy Navigation Bar
 - Web Design Layout #4 Tutorial
 - Web Design Layout #3 Tutorial
 - Web Design Layout #2 Tutorial
 - Software Layout #3 Tutorial
 - Vista Themed Layout #3 Tutorial
 - Web Design Layout #1 Tutorial
 - Console Layout Tutorial
 - Rockband Layout #2 Tutorial
 - Lingerie Layout Tutorial
 - Photo Blog Layout Tutorial
 - Coding Your 1st PSD Tutorial
 - Vista Themed Layout #2 Tutorial
 - Rockband Layout #1 Tutorial
 - Vista Themed Layout #1 Tutorial
 - Portfolio Web Layout #3 Tutorial
 - Dj/Music Layout Tutorial
 - Car Sales Layout Tutorial
 - Games Portal Layout
 - Software Layout #2 Tutorial
 - Tutorial Layout Tutorial
 - Computer Shop Layout Tutorial
 - Portfolio Web Layout #2 Tutorial
 - Pre-Site Enter Tutorial
 - Mini Layout #1 Tutorial
 - Software Layout #1 Tutorial
 - Clan Website Design Tutorial
 - Car Club Layout Tutorial
 - Car Layout Tutorial
 - Portfolio Web Layout #1 Tutorial



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April 1, 2009

Browser, CSS, and HTML / XHTML Tutorials

Here are some of the best Browser, CSS, and HTML / XHTML Tutorials found at alistapart.com. These web development tutorials explain how Browsers, CSS, HTML and XHTML are used in developing many features of today’s web pages. All web servers and browsers support these technologies and thus any web programmer can make professional looking web pages. These CSS, HTML and XHTML tutorials are easy to follow, understand and implement.


Browser Tutorials:
How well does a browser handle content and data from different sources? Can all the design, code and applications interface and survive on one common platform without conflict? These tutorials discuss standards that should be followed while developing for the web so that these components can talk to each other without conflict. It also covers topics that include version targeting, positioning and HTML semantics.

 - Advanced Debugging with JavaScript
 - Semantics in HTML 5
 - Return of the Mobile Style Sheet
 - Understanding Progressive Enhancement
 - Faux Absolute Positioning
 - They Shoot Browsers, Don’t They?
 - Version Targeting: Threat or Menace?
 - Keeping Your Elements’ Kids in Line with Offspring
 - From Switches to Targets: A Standardista’s Journey
 - Beyond DOCTYPE: Web Standards, Forward Compatibility, and IE8


CSS Tutorials:
CSS is a language used to present a document in a mrkup language. HTML and XHTML use CSS to style web pages to be displayed in them. These tutorials explain how CSS can be effectively used in web pages to define color, fonts, layout and presentation. It also provides code samples to write simple CSS sheets and execute them.

 - Fluid Grids
 - Return of the Mobile Style Sheet
 - Progressive Enhancement with CSS
 - Understanding Progressive Enhancement
 - CSS Sprites2 – It’s JavaScript Time
 - Faux Absolute Positioning
 - Accessible Data Visualization with Web Standards
 - Version Targeting: Threat or Menace?
 - Keeping Your Elements’ Kids in Line with Offspring
 - Beyond DOCTYPE: Web Standards, Forward Compatibility, and IE8


HTML and XHTML Tutorials:
HTML and XHTML go hand in hand as XHTML has the same syntax as HTML and are inline with XML standards. These tutorials help explain how HTML and XHTML work with CSS and Javascript. They also explain how Javascript is used with CSS to style web pages and how they can be centrally located.

 - Fluid Grids
 - Semantics in HTML 5
 - Return of the Mobile Style Sheet
 - A More Useful 404
 - Progressive Enhancement with JavaScript
 - Progressive Enhancement with CSS
 - Understanding Progressive Enhancement
 - CSS Sprites2 – It’s JavaScript Time
 - Faux Absolute Positioning
 - They Shoot Browsers, Don’t They?



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March 27, 2009

Web Programming and PHP Tutorials

Here are two recent Web Programming Tutorials posts that I’ve recently published at our other blog tutorial site, intelligentedu.com/blogs.


51 Web Development Tutorials

Here are 51 Web Development Tutorials at devhood.mit.edu. The web development topics covered by these tutorials are vast and varied, and include HTML, DHTML, CSS, CGI, ASP, PHP, Perl, Java, Javascript and XML. Each of these topic has multiple, easy-to-understand tutorials, and they should get you up to speed in no time.


8 PHP Tutorials

Posted here are 8 good PHP Tutorials at bukisa.com. PHP is a scripting language for designing and generating web pages and its freely available on most web servers. These PHP tutorials explain various concepts of PHP and how to get started with coding this scripting language.



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January 19, 2009

Web Design, CSS, and HTML Tutorials

Here are 45 Tutorials covering Web Design, CSS, and HTML at woork.blogspot.com. These web development and design tutorials are included in this site’s Woork Handbook, which is a free eBook that teaches CSS, HTML, Ajax, and web programming.


12 Website Design Tutorials and Tips:

 - Step by step guide for newbie to design a simple web application
 - Set up your Workspace
 - A typical website structure
 - Config.php: define your database connection’s parameters
 - Design the page layout using CSS
 - Conceptual design for index.php page layout
 - Load page using URL variables and PHP include() function
 - Load pages using URL variables and Coldfusion cfinclude tag
 - A typical website structure (Coldfusion)
 - Web Navigation bar using CSS, PHP and URL variables
 - Web Navigation bar using CSS, Coldfusion & URL variables
 - Add #navbar elements to default.css file and to index.php


33 CSS, HTML, Web Design Tutorials and Tips:

 - Structured process you must know to develop a web application
 - Useful guidelines to improve CSS coding and maintainability
 - CSS coding: semantic approach in naming convention
 - Simplicity is better: some suggestions for a clean blog layout
 - Are you a CSS fanatic?
 - Liquid layer with rounded corners using css
 - CSS Tutorial to Optimize CSS files to improve code readability
 - Three column fixed layout structure using CSS
 - Digg-like navigation bar using CSS
 - Simple CSS vertical menu Digg-like
 - Table’s anatomy: why tables are not so bad
 - Liquid styled input element with CSS
 - Flickr like horizontal menu
 - Socialiconize your site
 - Tabbed search bar using CSS and Javascript
 - Beautiful CSS Form
 - Liquid expandable section with rounded corners using CSS
 - How to design a compelling header for your site using CSS
 - Write a well structured CSS file without becoming crazy
 - CSS Tutorial for Perfect Pagination Style
 - Clean Tab Bar Digg-like using CSS
 - CSS Message Box collection
 - Two CSS vertical menu with show/hide effects
 - Nice comments counter style for your blog post
 - Top-Down approach to simplify your CSS code
 - Use CSS to Create a Pastel Color Menu with Dynamic Submenu
 - Beautiful CSS buttons with icon set
 - Clean and pure CSS FORM design
 - Nice CSS menu with feed reader icons list
 - Navigation bar with tabs using CSS and sliding doors effect
 - Nice login and signup panel Newsvine like using CSS
 - Tips to design your site for mobile devices
 - Elegant glass style Navigation bar using CSS & toggle animated effect



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November 22, 2008

Practical PHP Programming Book

I have posted information about a great Free PHP Programming Book on our other free computer training blog at intelligentedu.com. If you need or are looking for instruction with coding PHP on your web pages, here is Practical PHP Programming, a free online book covering how to program using PHP. The objective of this PHP book is to have fun while you learn how to program web pages and sites using PHP, even if you have not coded with PHP before. 


Table of Contents of Practical PHP Programming:

  1. Introducing PHP
  2. Simple variables and operators
  3. Functions
  4. Arrays
  5. Object-oriented programming
  6. HTML forms
  7. Working with files
  8. Databases
  9. Cookies and sessions
  10. Multimedia
  11. XML and XSLT
  12. Output buffering
  13. Java and COM
  14. Networks
  15. Miscellaneous topics
  16. Security concerns
  17. Performance
  18. Writing PHP
  19. Writing extensions
  20. Alternative PHP uses
  21. Practical PHP
  22. Bringing it to a close
  23. The future of PHP
  24. Choosing an ISP
  25. Glossary 


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October 21, 2008

JavaScript Tutorial, Reference, and Examples

Java2s.com provides the following thorough and well written JavaScript Tutorial, JavaScript Reference, and JavaScript Code Examples. The material covered by these pages will assist you in learning how to code many JavaScript effects for your websites, including using DHTML with JavaScript. They will also take you through the basics, if you need to start from the beginning with this web scripting language.


JavaScript Tutorial

1.  Language Basics
2.  Operators
3.  Statement
4.  Development
5.  Number Data Type
6.  String
7.  Function
8.  Global
9.  Math
10.  Form
11.  Array
12.  Date
13.  Dialogs
14.  Document
15.  Event
16.  Location
17.  Navigator
18.  Screen
19.  Window
20.  History
21.  HTML Tags
22.  Style
23.  DOM Node
24.  Drag Drop
25.  Object Oriented
26.  Regular Expressions
27.  XML
28.  GUI Components
29.  Animation
30.  MS JScript


JavaScript Reference

1.  Event Handlers Reference
2.  Javascript Collections
3.  Javascript Methods
4.  Javascript Objects
5.  Javascript Properties


JavaScript DHTML Code and Examples

  1.  Ajax Layer
  2.  Data Type
  3.  Date Time
  4.  Development
  5.  Document
  6.  Event
  7.  Event onMethod
  8.  Form Control
  9.  GUI Components
 10.  HTML
 11.  Javascript Collections
 12.  Javascript Objects
 13.  Language Basics
 14.  Node Operation
 15.  Object Oriented
 16.  Page Components
 17.  Security
 18.  Style Layout
 19.  Table
 20.  Utilities
 21.  Window Browser


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July 5, 2008

Free Internet Technologies Course

Here is the Internet Technologies Course from Rai OpenCourseware. The tutorials and lessons in this course review and cover serveral important Internet and Web development technologies, including networking and internetworking, OSI, TCP-IP, Internet Hubs and Bridges, Internet Routers, HTML, Java, Java AWT, Java Servlets, DHTML, and VB Script. These free Internet and Web training lessons are well illustrated and provide step-by-step instructions. The course tutorial lessons are in pdf format.


Course Lessons for Internet Technologies:

Internet
Networking & Internetworking
OSI & Tcp/Ip Model Interconnection: Maintaining End-To-End Service Through Multiple Providers
Internet Addresses
Internet Protocol Addresses Hubs And Bridges
Routing Router Security Switching & Internet Protocol Multicast Mobile Routing
Browsing The World Wide Web
Online Services
Hyper Text Markup Language
Hyper Text Mark Up Language-I
Frames & Graphic Designs
Learning The Java Language
Language Basics
Object Basics And Simple Data Objects
Classes And Inheritance
Java Input/ Output Streams
Introduction To AWT
Java Servlets
DHTML
Scripting Introduction To VB Script


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July 2, 2008

Free Internet and Website Management Course

Rai OpenCourseware offers freely available course content, or courseware, which is literally a “treasure trove of knowledge and related resources”.  Their Computing Courses provide higher education and learning for Information Technology to all students and professionals who like to study and learn on their own. Educational institutions can also use this free course content.

Here is Rai OpenCourseware’s Internet and Website Management Course, that will teach and show you how to use many Internet and Web development technologies, including HTML, Java, Java Servlets, Cookies, DHTML, CSS, VBScript, JavaScript, Perl, XML, software configuration, and website management. These free website application development training tutorial lessons are well illustrated and provide step-by-step instructions for using the Internet technologies and web programming tools and languages being taught. The course tutorials are in pdf format.


Internet and Website Management Course Lessons:

Introduction to Client / Server Model
Introduction To Protocols And Internet Service Providers
Introduction To Internet Service Providers
Introduction to Hyper Text Mark-up Language (HTML)
Frames In HTML
HTML Style Sheets
HTML Images And Image Mapping
HTML Images And Image Mapping
Making Animated GIF
Introduction To CGI Scripting
Introduction To Java
Data Types
Variables And Their Assignment
Objects And Classes
More On Classes, Java Classes
Object Oriented Design
The First Program
Abstract Window Toolkit
Applets
Servlets
Cookies
Introduction to DHTML & CSS
Filters and Transitions
DHTML Document Object Model
Direct Animation and The Structured Graphic Control
Introduction to Multimedia
VBScript Data Types, Variables, and Operators
String Processing, Classes & Objects
JavaScript
Arrays & Javascript objects
Common Gateway Interface Concepts & Perl Basics
Perl Programming Concepts
XML
Project Planning
Software Models
Software Configuration Management
Growth model & Risk Management
Website Management



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March 25, 2008

48 Perl and CGI Tutorials

Here are 48 Perl and CGI Tutorials on the Web, linked from tutcity.com. These will teach you how to program many website functions and features using Perl.


Perl Tutorial Topics:

 - CMS, Counters and Guestbooks
 - Cookies and Authentication
 - Database Integration
 - File Manipulation
 - General Development
 - Getting Started
 - Image Manipulation
 - Miscellaneous
 - XML and Perl


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September 13, 2007

Freely Available Web Development eBooks

Here are links to freely available Web Development ebooks from freebooklinks.com. This site bills itselfs as “A 100% free resource to hundreds of free ebook downloads from all over the web.”


Freely Available Web Development eBooks



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July 16, 2007

Make Your Own Firefox Extensions

Mozilla Firefox is gaining in web browser popularity partly because of its extensibility, giving users the option of adding any of the thousands of Firefox extensions that are freely available. Extension make Firefox configurable the way you, the user, would like it to be. For example, you can change Firefox’s appearance, add a mulitude of features, and even modify how web pages are displayed. 

This Firefox Exension tutorial, Make Your Own Firefox Extensions, teaches you in six illustrated steps how to create your own. Developing your own extension is not difficult to do, as a typical Firefox extension is nothing more than an XUL (XML User-interface Language) file that you edit with a text editor. (In contrast, Internet Explorer extensions must be compiled into DLLs and then installed into the operating system.)

Contents of Firefox Extensions Tutorial:

   1. Customize the Interface
   2. Add Some Action
   3. Take Stock
   4. Update the Install Script
   5. Put It Back Together
   6. Check Your Work

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May 23, 2007

Web Programming and Development Books

Here is a repository of online Web Programming and Development Books hosted by Bulgaria Online Books Archive. While these books are dated, many are still a useful as references and for learning how to program web pages and web sites.

Web Programming and Development Books
 
Topics Covered:

 - HTML
 - WEB Publishing with HTML
 - Web Scripting
 - WebMaster
 - Shockwave Web Pages
 - Web Graphics and Web Page Design
 - Java Web Applets
 - Perl for Web Programming
 - WWW Plug-Ins
 - 3D Graphics & VRML 2.0
 - Web Programming
 - Web Publishing


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May 12, 2007

JavaScript Tutorials

Here is a post I wrote on my other blog at Intelligentedu.com covering a good set of JavaScript Tutorials. These Tutorials show and demonstrate many JavaScript features and coding techniques that you can use on your web pages. JavaScript topics presented by these tutorials include: Objects, Events, and Functions, DOM, DHTML, Animation, Multimedia, Cookies, Menus, Forms, Strings, Debugging, Regular Expressions, and User-defined Objects.


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April 27, 2007

Free Book – Teach Yourself XML in 21 Days

Here is an excellent free online book covering XML, how to use it and what’s it all about. Its titled Sams Teach Yourself XML in 21 Days and provides hundreds of real-world situations on how to use XML, along with showing you the newest tools you can use to get the most of it. The linked table of contents is below.


Table of Contents for Sams Teach Yourself XML in 21 Days

  » About the Author
  » Acknowledgments
  » We Want to Hear from You!
  » Introduction

  » Part I: At a Glance
  » Day 1. Welcome to XML
  » Day 2. Creating XML Documents
  » Day 3. Creating Well-Formed XML Documents
  » Day 4. Creating Valid XML Documents: DTDs
  » Declaring Attributes in DTDs
  » Day 6. Creating Valid XML Documents: XML Schemas
  » Day 7. Creating Types in XML Schemas
  » Part I. In Review

  » Day 8. Formatting XML by Using Cascading Style Sheets
  » Day 9. Formatting XML by Using XSLT
  » Day 10. Working with XSL Formatting Objects
  » Part II. In Review

  » Part III: At a Glance
  » Day 11. Extending HTML with XHTML
  » Day 12. Putting XHTML to Work
  » Day 13. Creating Graphics and Multimedia: SVG and SMIL
  » Day 14. Handling XLinks, XPointers, and XForms
  » Part III. In Review

  » Part IV: At a Glance
  » Day 15. Using JavaScript and XML
  » Day 16. Using Java and .NET: DOM
  » Day 17. Using Java and .NET: SAX
  » Day 18. Working with SOAP and RDF
  » Part IV. In Review

  » Part V: At a Glance
  » Day 19. Handling XML Data Binding
  » Day 20. Working with XML and Databases
  » Day 21. Handling XML in .NET
  » Part V. In Review

  » Appendix A. Quiz Answers


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