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    Junior Member romUdog's Avatar
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    Read Attached File it is the Tutorial Its too long to post you can teach yourself Basic javascript in 24 hours about

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    Please repost it in a PDF or other form than MS Word.
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    Plagarism is not looked upon kindly here: http://www.pageresource.com/jscript/jalert.htm
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    Dude look i was gonna put more stuff except i had a text version that i was still workin on i wasnt done ok hmm ok well dude w/e i copied the wrong one u want da right one?

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    Lol i should start a new thread but here
    Javascript Alert Tutorial:
    Lame But good
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    A javascript Alert is like a popup but they have to load before the page loads You can use a mouseover Effect on an alert like this...<A HREF="noplace" onMouseover="alert('This is the text')">Click Me</A> the "noplace" mean simpiliy nothings you dont really need it you could leave it blank the " onMouseover " Event is how it triggers the alert like you can have it triggered on the exit or leaving of the page with using onUnload there are many effects like On load on mouseover onUnload and so on and onclick but an alert can say anything but it cant have pictures
    Step 2: Explanation:

    <A HREF="blank" onMouseover="alert('Alert Text')">Text for mouseover</A>
    Why does it need the link though?
    it uses it as a mouseover like of you mouve your mouse over it it will trigger it it can be called a trigger or an Event
    and the place where it says TExt for mouseover is the Physical item taht triggers it when your mouse is over it the alert can be used at many things such as telling you that the page is copywrited or so that it disables your Right click and i dont know what im talking about :| so anyway an Alert is very easy to make and this is written by me by hand it took 2 mins lol


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