Steven Bright

JavaScript Fundamentals

This is a guide on how to use JavaScript to give dynamic features to a static website, development of web base applications through the knowledge of JavaScript Variable, Operators, Boolean, Even Handlers, Strings, Popup Boxes, Maths object e.t.c. It also entails other areas of application of JavaScript outside the Web. 
What You will Learn: 
*JavaScript Syntax 
*What JavaScript is Use for in Website Development. 
*Types of JavaScript 
*Where You can Place JavaScript 
*Javascript Display Methods 
*Popup Boxes 
*Date and Time 
*Event Handlers 
*Colors in HTML Document using JavaScript. 
*Repeated Performance 
*Document Formatting 
*Event Object 
*JavaScript Variable 
*JavaScript Operators 
*JavaScript Booleans 
*JavaScript Math Object 
*JavaScript uses Outside Web Pages.
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  • bakhtiyarhas quoted2 years ago
    Writing into an alert box using window.alert().

    window.alert( 24+ 44 );

    Note that when the script above is tested, an alert window comes up and display the result of 24+44 i.e. 68.

    Writing into the HTML output using document.write() .

    Note that when the button is clicked, a document comes up that displays the result as 68.

    Writing into the browser console, using console.log() .

    console.log( 24 + 44);

    You will need to activate JavaScript console in your browser e.g. Google Chrome using F12 and then type in the above script, you then press enter and it will give you the result as 68.

    Writing into an HTML element, using innerHTML .


    ("mon").innerHTML = 24 +

    44 ;

    Note that you set an id property, and the script gets the result as 68, using that Id.
  • b7095677717has quoted3 years ago
    Strings saved into variables can be added (Concatenated)

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