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    Lets not forget our own here... Jupiter Media has some great html/javascript resource sites as well

    http://www.javascript.com/
    http://javascript.internet.com/
    http://webdeveloper.com/
    http://www.webreference.com/

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    The best JS framework I've found, and also the most widely used, is the Prototype framework. If you use Ruby on Rails the Prototype framework is integrated but you don't have to use RoR to use Prototype JS.

    Download it here: prototype.js
    There's some documentation here and here. There are other Prototype resources on the web to find.

    There is a Prototype Lite JS with stripped down functionality also available.

    Another framework, mootools, has a special FX JS that works with Prototype as well as their own framework. It includes some practical and nifty JS effects.
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    script.aculo.us

    http://script.aculo.us/

    An Add on to the prototype javascript framework with some great pre-built effects.. If your not one for scripting this is a great help to achieve some quick effects.

    Features include:
    Animation framework, drag and drop, Ajax controls, DOM utilities, and unit testing.

    Documentation

    Some Samples of effects
    Last edited by discs79; 11-24-2006 at 10:06 AM.

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    w3schools.com

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    Thanks for these amazing resources to javascripts. I am learning a view aspect of web designing right now and these resources will help a lot. Can you suggest me some resources for java script and CSS tutorials.
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    Again, http://w3schools.com/
    It's got everything, HTML, CSS, Javascript, PHP, MySQL, XML, and a whole bunch I've never even heard before...

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    Re: Pazil

    Hi Pazil,
    Thanks a lot for that site. But I already am aware of w3schools.org. Its a great site and covers almost every part of Web Designing and Development. I wanted some resources that would guide through each and every aspect of HTML, CSS and Java Script.. If you can suggest some more sites that would be a great help. Again Thank you....
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    You should check out http://htmldog.com/
    It's very comprehensive, and will guide you through some basic html and css concepts. After that, you just need to consult the w3schools.org reference (htmldog.com also has one, but I prefer w3schools.org...), and you're on your feet!

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    Good links my favorite is www.webdeveloper.com/forum

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    Thank u dear...

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    thanks for all sharing links. they will be very helpful for everyone I think.
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    I'm new in this field So, from where to start my lesson in JS?

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