+1 for what felgall said.
Then, with a bit of dedication, jQuery will be a breeze (especially if you're comfortable with the CSS selector syntax).
Do you know any other programming languages, or would JS be your first one?
Hey guys. I know enough JS and PHP to manipulate a script handed to me. That's about it. Ok point taken. I'll get the basics of JS under my belt first then jQuery. Thanks for the book recommendation but I learned well at lynda 7 years ago. I'll use it again.
Best of luck. I also have my own new year's resolutions... but I'm keeping them as a secret in case that I feel lazy and I don't do them... I don't want anyone telling me "you didn't do this and that"
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