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STUDY Spring 2012

Remember to focus on the website materials and links first, as most of the test will be built from there. Here are the study items:

Current Study

Week 8: From the class website, study the Forms and objects pages. View the Forms examples on the examples page.

Previous Study

Week 7: From the class website, study the Positioning and Events pages. View the Positioning & Events examples on the examples page.

Week 6: From the class website, study the Advanced Dom and Positioning pages. View the DOM examples on the examples page.

Week 5: From the class website, study the DOM Intro and Advanced Dom pages. View the rollover and slideshow examples on the examples page. Also study the examples on A4 itself, as we'll be integrating these in A4.

Week 4: From the class website, study the Arrays and DOM Intro pages. We'll be working with rollovers in relation to A4. View the rollover examples on the examples page.

Study the "Arrays" section from Chapter 2 of our book. Do the exercises in the book, if unsure of how they work.

Week 3: From the class website, study the JS Error Handling and BOM pages. We'll be working with the BOM navigator object in relation to A3. Also view the browser sniffing examples on the examples page. There is even more coverage of browser sniffing on the Troubleshooting page. On Wednesday, we'll start working on strings. This will further help us with A3.

Study Chapter 3, "Adding Logic To Your Programs " from our book. Do the exercises in the book, if unsure of how they work.

Week 2: From the class website, study the JS Fundamentals and BOM pages. We'll be working through some language fundamentals and end up working with the Date() object. Also take a look at the Obj. Reference and Troubleshooting pages.

A2 was posted Sunday, 4/8. This assignment will require you to do some work with conditionals and the Date() object. Please study the examples page for pages to help you accomplish A2.

Study Chapter 2, "The Grammar of JavaScript" from our book. Skip the section on Arrays for the time being. Do the exercises in the book, if unsure of how they work.

Week 1: From the class website, study the JavaScript Introduction page. Several test questions could come from there. Also go through the JavaScript Powerpoint for a good overview of how to get started with JS.

Read the introduction and Chapter 1, "Getting Started with JavaScript" from our book. Do the exercises in the book, if unsure of how they work.

Email if you have questions!

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