Lesson 2- Executing Scripts
Lesson 3- The Document Object Model
Today's lesson is all about the Document Object Model (DOM), a set of rules and words you use to access and manipulate the elements of a Web page. You'll also learn about variables in today's lesson, which are temporary placeholders for information that can vary. While such terms and concepts are often scary to the new developers, they actually turn out to be quite easy to understand once you remove the shroud of mystery.
Lesson 4- Dates, Numbers, and Decision-Making
Lesson 5- Search My Site Code
Today's lesson will give you some Search My Site code. This is particularly handy for larger multipage sites, where users may want to search for a particular word or phrase within your site without having to go through the site one page at a time. And unlike some services that charge you money for this sort of thing, the method you'll learn here is free of charge. And as an added bonus, you'll learn how to add drop-down list controls to your pages.
Lesson 6- Fun With Music
Lesson 7- Building a Picture Carousel
Lesson 8- Fun With Arrays and Loops
Lesson 9- Timers and Transition Effects
Lesson 10- Introducing jQuery
Lesson 11- Creating Collapsible Panels and Accordions
In today's lesson, you'll build on what you learned last time about jQuery to add some powerful new techniques to your arsenal. Specifically, you'll see how you can use jQuery to create collapsible panel and accordion controls. These are custom controls that allow you to create more modern-looking websites in which users can click to expand information, making your site more efficient, effective, and easier to use on touch screens.