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Javascript for the World Wide Web: Visual Quickstart Guide, Fifth Edition by Tom Negrino, Dori Smith

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Appendix D. Where to Learn More

Once you've worked through this book, you should be well on your way to spicing up your Web sites with JavaScript. But there's a lot more to learn about the JavaScript language, and you'll probably have questions as you write your own code.

The best place to get those questions answered is online, as you might expect. There are many resources on the Web and elsewhere on the Internet that can help you out and deepen your understanding of JavaScript.

In this appendix, we'll point you to several of the most helpful JavaScript-oriented Web sites, a Usenet newsgroup where you can interact with other scripters, and even mention a few other books that the authors found helpful.

But first, a gentle reminder: the Net is not ...

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