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To give you some some insight into my background, I'm no different than most of you. I'm not a programmer nor do I have any high-level technical degrees. I have learned HTML, XHTML, and a few other things on my own using books, Web sites, existing examples, and by asking questions. That's how many of the people who design Web sites today got their start.
For instructional purposes, I will be using the following two references:
In addition, I will be using a few other books and Web sites that will help in our understanding of this intriguing language.
Before We Begin
It's assumed that you have a Web browser (a.k.a. "client", "user agent"). You should test your scripts in both Internet Explorer and Netscape. It would also be wise to test them in Firefox and Opera, as these browsers are becoming more popular. There are other browsers also but these are the main ones being used today. Safari is another popular browser but it is used on the Apple system, which makes it hard to test using a Windows-based system.
Now let's get started!