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Rob MacKay
"matt25" wrote:
Thanks, I was going to do that after learning JS, W3 Schools is a good reference site. I have got hold of a book called ‘simply JavaScript’ and it seems pretty good so far. Any reviews?

If you have no scripting experiance I would learn jQuery first Matt, it will give you instant access to JS… then as you get better at it you can expand your knowledge to plain JS. After learning jQuery you will know alot of the syntax, etc…