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    I'm already confident in: html, css, php and mysql however somthing I have never touched on much is Javascript. I need a beginners book that teaches you the basics and shows you practical examples and case studies etc

    Please list some good books.

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    just about every JavaScript book will be very handy.. Just go to www.amazon.com and search for Javascript books..

    The two i have, "How to do everything with Javasctipt" and "Javascript for Dummies" are equally good.

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    ok cheers I'll have a look :classic:

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    Hi Tim!

    I use this book it is an excellent source getting started in Javascript as a beginner.

    Title: JavaScript for the World Wide Web 3rd Edition Author: Tom Negrino, Dori Smith

    The book gets you familiar with current scripts that are used often online and will explain in detail what the scripts do and alot about the syntax's used within each script. You should be able to find it in your local book store or library. Good Luck, my friend and God Bless You!

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    also, try to get a book which covers the newly released javaScript 2.0

    Javascript 2.0 is a HUGE step up from versions 1.4 and 1.6. It will be very handy to know version 2.0 in the future when it becomes more widely supported.

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    Ok then thanks for your advice everyone


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    I like the one from Joe Burns (the HTMLGoodies.com guy).


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