Dr. Linda B. Hayden, Principal Investigator


Students of HTML/JavaScript team will learn how to develop World Wide Web pages using the languages Html and JavaScript. As HTML is a pre-reqeuisite for JavaScript, students will start HTML first. After a fair study of HTML, they will enter into the JavaScript. They will be introduced to JavaScript so that they will continue to enhanced use of JavaScript as they continue to develop World Wide Web pages.

After completion of the course, students will be able to maintain and update ONR/NERT and NASA/NRTS web pages; they will be able to assist Elizabeth City's community, students, staff, and faculty in their interest in developing their World Wide Web pages.

What is JavaScript

JavaScript is Netscape's cross-platform, object-based scripting language for client and server applications. JavaScript lets you create applications that run over the Internet. Client applications run in a browser, such as Netscape Navigator, and server applications run on a server, such as Netscape Enterprise Server. Using JavaScript, you can create dynamic HTML pages that process user input and maintain persistent data using special objects, files, and relational databases.

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