HTML and CSS Reference
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1.13 What You Should Know
This first chapter introduces you to the JavaScript programming language, its history,
why it is important in Web development, and how it fits into a Web page. Before going
further, you should know:
1. The difference between a compiled and scripting language.
2. Where JavaScript is defined, the client or server?
3. What JavaScript is used for.
4. How JavaScript makes a page interactive.
5. Where JavaScript programs are stored.
6. What a JavaScript program looks like.
7. What Ajax stands for and an example of how it is used.
8. What W3C stands for.
9. Why the DOM was standardized.
10. What is meant by unobtrusive JavaScript.
11. Where on the Web to find a good HTML tutorial.
 
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