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JavaScript Intermediate / Advanced
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JavaScript Intermediate / Advanced Scripting

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Course Description
Students will learn how to use JavaScript to enhance their Web pages.

Prerequisites: Prerequisites: HTML Programming: Level 1, HTML Programming: Level 2, and Introduction to JavaScript Scripting, or equivalent knowledge.

Performance-based objectives

 

  • Lesson objectives help students become comfortable with the course, and also provide a means to evaluate learning. Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:
  • Use JavaScript functions to create a browser gateway and a multiframe tour of a Web site.
  • Manipulate JavaScript Image objects to create rotating banners, toggle buttons, and a slide show.
  • Use the <EMBED> tag to add MIDI and WAV sound files to a Web site and JavaScript methods to manipulate those sound files.
  • Manipulate the JavaScript Layer object to add a popup layer and transitions to a slide show.
  • Use cookies to personalize a Web page, to store and retrieve information a visitor enters into a form, and to enable a shopping cart application.

Course Content

Lesson 1: Gateways and frames

Introduction to JavaScript 1.2

Creating browser gateways for a Web site

Creating a multiframe tour of a Web site

Lesson 2: Images

Creating rotating banners

Creating rollover buttons

Creating a slide show

Lesson 3: Sounds

Adding background MIDI music to a Web page

Adding WAV sounds to button clicks

Lesson 4: Layers

Adding layer popups to a Web page

Using layers to create slide-to-slide transitions to a slide show

Lesson 5: Cookies

Introduction to cookies

Storing and retrieving a Web site visitors form input

Creating a shopping cart application for a Web site

Critiquing the JavaScript Palace

Appendix A: JavaScript Resources on the Web

Appendix B: JavaScript Document Object Model