This is the language of browsers. Whether you're looking to do a simple
image swap or some crazily complex dHTML, you're going to need to know
plug-in-and-play snippets from the
It's not just for applets anymore. This language, once notorious for
crashing browsers, is now used for complex programming on the client and
You may love Microsoft or you may hate it. But chances are you can't
ignore the software giant. Here is more information about coding within Windows.
This open-source creation is taking the Web by storm. And no wonder: This
Web-centric scripting language has all the power you need without the
steep learning curve.
If you need to process forms or otherwise manipulate text, CGI is still the
method of choice at most ISPs. And Perl's probably the best language to use
to build those CGI scripts.