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    I'm looking for a JavaScript tutorial that is simmular in complexity, logical structure and accuracy to Kevin Yank's PHP and MySQL tutorial on this site. Any ideas?

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    My "JavaScript 101" articles might make a good start, although I never got around to writing Part 3.

    http://www.sausagetools.com/island/tutorials/

    Thau's JavaScript Tutorial on Webmonkey is pretty good, too.

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    Hi Brian,

    You also might want to see the javascript primer at:

    http://htmlgoodies.earthweb.com

    While it's written for newbies, it provides you with enough information to make a jumping off point.

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    Thanks Kevin and Vincent. I'll try your suggestions.

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    Kevin's tutorials are great to start off with. After that I recommend what Vincent mentioned (http://htmlgoodies.earthweb.com/primers/jsp/hgjsp_1.html should be the URL) - they're quite advanced. If you read through them all and comprehened them, you can probably call yourself a bit of an expert on the subject.


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