Chapter 2. Writing Your First Program
In This Chapter
Input and output with modal dialog boxes
Using concatenation to build text data
Understanding basic data types
Using string methods and properties
Using conversion functions
Web pages begin with XHTML code. This basic code provides the framework. CSS adds decoration to the basic structure, but to make your pages literally sing and dance, you'll need to learn a programming language.
The whole idea of learning a programming language might seem intimidating, but don't worry. Programming isn't really that hard. I show you exactly how to get started in this chapter. You'll be coding like a pro in a very short time.
Becoming a Programmer