WebDesign - CSS

Published on May 2016 | Categories: Documents | Downloads: 24 | Comments: 0 | Views: 381
of 105
Download PDF   Embed   Report



Web Design

Lesson 1
The Web Page Untangled

The Web Page Untangled
Your first Web Page Web Tools Format

World Wide Web
According to the Peabody Inst. (2003), the Web or World Wide Web is [a] system using the Internet to access information stored on computers worldwide. It provides a means of communication for our fast-paced and highly technological society.

Your First Web Page

Text Editor Display

Web Browser Display

It is time to tell the world that you know how to make a Web page!

<html> <head> <title>Hello!</title> </head> <body> This is my first time to make a Web page. </body> </html>

Web Tools
Notepad uses basic text formatting in order to make and edit text files. It is the simplest tool for making Web pages. Browsers are used in order to view Web pages. Internet Explorer and Netscape are the two most popular browsers around.

HTML or HyperText Markup Language. HTML consists of commands called tags which are used to markup the plain text in your text editor

The basic pattern for most of the HTML commands is:
<tag> content </tag>

<tag> is the opening tag; content is the plain text or image; and </tag> is the closing tag

Note: All tags need to be in lowercase because XHTML is a case-sensitive application (it interprets <TAG /> and <tag /> differently).

property: value where property is the feature of, for example, a paragraph, which you want to style; and value the style itself, for example, a measurement for the height of one line in a paragraph. An example of CSS application inside HTML tags is this:

<span style=´font-style: italic;´>this text is italicized</span>

W3C stands for World Wide Web Consortium, the organization that develops Web standards. A website is a collection of Web pages. When you start making your own site, the home page (i.e., your main page) must be saved as index.html or default.html regardless of the contents of the site. Browsers look for the said files first whenever a Web user types a

Lesson 2
Writing out The Web Page

Writing out The Web Page
Heading Paragraph Lists Preformatted Text Horizontal Rule


<html> <head> <title>Go Web!</title> </head> <body> <h1>Go Web!</h1> <h2>Go Web!</h2> <h3>Go Web!</h3> <h4>Go Web!</h4> <h5>Go Web!</h5> <h6>Go Web!</h6> </body> </html>

<head> <title>Paragraph</title> </head> <body> <p>It s so easy to make Web pages. I ve learned all about headings and paragraphs in less than half an hour! Can you believe that?</p> </body> </html>

<html> <head> <title>Playing with Tags</title> </head> <body> <p>My favorite band is blink 182. I bought all the CDs of blink&nbsp;182 because I like their music so much.</p> <p>Here is my office address:<br /> Unit 11 Temporal Place<br /> Surely Intelligent Lane<br /> Busy City Philippines</p> <p>Hmmm... this is another paragraph. Did you notice the line break after the previous paragraph and before this one?</p> <br /><br /> <p>Let s take a break. No, wait! We already took TWO break tags before this paragraph!</p> </body> </html>

Speaking of effects, if you want words to be in boldface or in italics, you can enclose them in these tags:
<b> </b> for boldface and <i> </i> for italics.


for boldface and


for italics*.

Unordered or Bulleted List The list is enclosed in <ul> </ul> tags, while each item is enclosed in <li> </li> tags. Study the example so you could learn how to encode by yourself.
<ul>Voltage <li>100V</li> <li>110V</li> <li>115V</li> <li>120V</li> <li>220V</li> <li>230V</li> <li>240V</li> </ul>

By default, unordered lists are displayed with solid round bullets. But the type attribute can change the appearance of these bullets. Try any of the following:
<ul type=´disc´> <ul type=´square´> <ul type=´circle´>

Ordered or Numbered List The list is enclosed in <ol> </ol> tags, again with each list item inside <li> </li> tags. Example:
<ol>Pet hates: <li>waking up early</li> <li>drinking hot tea</li> <li>cleaning my room</li> <li>the day of doom</li> </ol> By default, ordered lists use Arabic numerals with a value 1 for the first list item. Similar to unordered lists, the appearance of these numerals can change with type. Here are the options: <ol type=´1´> for Arabic numerals <ol type=´i´> or <ol type=´I´> for Roman numerals <ol type=´a´> or <ol type=´A´> for Alpha numerals

Definition List The list is enclosed in <dl> </dl> tags. The term to be defined is within <dt> </dt> tags, followed by the term s definition inside <dd> </dd> tags. Example:

<dl> <dt><strong>stalactite</strong></dt> <dd>a deposit hanging from the roof or side of a cave in the shape of an icicle formed by the partial evaporating of dripping water containing lime</dd> <dt><strong>stalagmite</strong></dt> <dd>a deposit like an upside down stalactite formed by the dripping of water containing lime onto the floor of the cave</dd> </dl> <p>from <em>Webster s Elementary Dictionary</em></p>

Preformatted Text
The preformatted text element with the <pre> </pre> tags commands the browser to display the text in fixed-width (i.e., monospace or typewriter) typeface and makes it appear exactly as it was typed in Notepad. This HTML tag enables you to indent text. Try encoding this:

<pre> Species Brain weight(g) Body weight(g) ------- ---------------- --------------Frog 0.1 18 Human 1400.0 62000 Dolphin 1700.0 160000


Horizontal Rule
The horizontal rule element in HTML is a line that can be used to separate different areas of a Web page and help improve its design. By default, horizontal rules fully expand to the width of a browser window, appear shaded, and are a few pixels high. It is an empty tag, thus it is encoded as <hr />. <html> <head> <title>HR</title> </head> <body> <hr /> You can put the horizontal rule anywhere. &nbsp; =) <br/> Plus, it expands when you resize your window! <hr /> </body> </html>

Lesson 3
Experimenting with Fonts and Colors Using CSS

External Style Sheet

<html> <head> <link rel= stylesheet type= text/css href= external.css /> <title>Stylissimo</title> </head> <body> <h2>Self-Regeneration</h2> <dl> <dt><em>phoenix, phenix</em> &nbsp; &nbsp; noun (Egyptian mythology)</dt> <dd>a bird of gorgeous plumage, sacred to the sun, reborn from the ashes of the funeral pyre which it made for itself when each life span of 500 or 600 years was over.</dd> </dl> <p>from <em>New Webster s Dictionary and Thesaurus</em></p> </body> </html>

Deprecated Tags and Attributes
Deprecated means that, in a future version of XHTML, none of these tags will be accepted. <center> <u> <s> or <strike> <font> Centers text Underlines text Defines strikethrough text Identifies font characteristics or supported by browsers.

‡ font-family = Arial, Times New Roman, Tahoma ‡ font-size = pixel (12px), %(100%), em(2em) ‡ font-style = normal, italic, oblique ‡ font-weight = normal, bold, bolder, lighter

These are some of the ways to express color values: ‡By name. There are 16 colors that can be encoded by name in CSS: aqua, black, blue, fuchsia (note the spelling), gray, green, lime, maroon, navy, olive, purple, red, silver, teal, white, and yellow ‡By rgb value. Rgb(0,255,0) ‡By hexadecimal Equivalent. (#fff,#000)

‡ text-align = whose values are: left, right, center, and justify. ‡ text-decoration = whose values are: overline (line above text), line-through (line through text), underline (use sparingly and if possible only on links), and none (usually to remove underlines from links). ‡ text-transform = whose values are: capitalize (to capitalize the first letter of every word), uppercase (to capitalize all the letters in a word), lowercase (to set capitals to lowercase for all the letters in a word), and none.

To apply the different text properties, change your external.css file into: p{
color: black; font-size: 80%; } h2 { text-align: center; color: rgb(0,255,0); font-family: Verdana, ³Dream of me´, Garamond; font-size: 2em; font-style: oblique; } dl { text-transform: uppercase; color: blue;

font-family: ³Lucida Console´, Tahoma, Arial; font-size: 110%;
} em { text-decoration: overline; color: #f00; font-weight: bolder;


In addition, selectors may be styled with the use of the following properties:
letter-spacing = refers to the space between letters, whose values are: normal or em (indicating the length of space between letters, e.g., 5em). word-spacing = refers to the space between words, whose values are: normal or em. line-height = refers to the space between lines, whose values are: normal, %, or em. This adjusts the height of the line or lines of text (for example, in a paragraph).

Lesson 4
Experimenting With Images

Background Values
The background of the page can be styled by using the following CSS properties:
background-color = on the Web, most sites use white, black, and gray as background colors. background-image = this is where you put the image source which may be a relative or an absolute URL the format is: url(image_filename.extension or subfolder/Experimenting with Images background-position = if your image file is not big enough to occupy the whole page, you may indicate exactly where you wish to put it top, bottom, center, left, right, or a combination of these (e.g., top left). background-repeat = you may tile your image file, too, using the value repeat; or repeat it at the topmost and bottommost part, using repeat-y (meaning on the y-axis); or repeat it side-by-side, using repeat-x (meaning on the x-axis); or not repeat it at all, using no-repeat.

Image Attributes
<html> <head> <title>Image</title> </head> <body> <h1>The Birds of Mystery</h1> <img src= birds.gif /> </body>


The image tag has the following attributes:
src = the value of the src attribute is the path or URL of the image you want to display on your page. alt = the value indicated here is the alternative description of the image. This is how you encode the alt attribute: <img src= birds.gif alt= out in the open /> longdesc = the value of this is usually the .html address of the image. This is quite useful when you download images from other websites and you wish to cite the URLs of your sources. For example: <img src= birds.gif alt= out in the open longdesc= http://www.clipart.com />

width and height = the value of the width and height attributes specify the dimensions of the image. <img src= birds.gif alt= out in the open width= 300 height= 188 />

<html> <head> <title>Border</title> <style type= text/css > <!-img { border-style: dashed; border-width: 3px; border-color: green; } --> </style> </head> <body> <img src= croc.gif alt= sigh longdesc= http://www.clipar t.com width= 300 height= 188 /> </body></html>

You can format the image s borders using the internal style sheet. Some of its properties are:
border-style = you may choose among these more widely-used values to control the appearance of the image s borders: dashed, dotted, double, solid, or none. border-width = you may indicate the thickness of the width of the image s borders through these values: thin, medium, or thick; or through the desired width, which should be in pixels. border-color = you may assign any color or the value transparent to any of the following border-color variations: border-top-color, border-bottom-color, border-left-color, and border-right-color.

Lesson 5
Working with The Box Model

Grouping Selectors
You can group selectors together if they share the same properties. Just remember to separate each other by a comma. For example: h1, h2, h3, h4 { font-family: Arial; font-style: italic; } This will make all h1, h2, h3, and h4 headings appear in italic Arial typeface.

Classifying Selectors
Classifying selectors can speed up things. For example, you may want some paragraphs of your HTML document to be aligned to the left while others aligned at the center. <p class= one >This is left-aligned.</p> <p class= two >This is centered.</p>

CSS Positioning
CSS has properties that always come in handy when content presentation is concerned. We are talking about the position property which has the absolute, relative, static, and fixed values; the float property which has the values left and right; and the clear property which has the values left, right, and both. Choose any element and specify on which part of the Web page you want that element to appear using any property.

Span and Div Tags
The span tag defines the style of any in-line element. Remember the following example from Lesson 1? 1. <span style= font-style: italic; >this text is italicized</span>

<html> <head><title>Inline</title></head> <body> <img src=´blades.jpg´ width=´90´ /> <img src=´bike.jpg´ width=´80´ /> <img src=´skates.jpg´ width=´70´ /> <img src=´board.jpg´ width=´100´ /> <p style=´color: teal; fontfamily: arial; font-size: small; font-weight: bold; text-align: justify; text-indent: 2em;³>

maroon; skating is Asian Xthey do how rollerblading <i>definite</i> style=´color:

<span style=´color: font-size: 2em;´>I</span>n-line my favorite event in the Games. Especially when it on the vert ramp -- oh, exciting! I¶ve tried once... I fell in intervals <span maroon; font-

style:oblique;´>(hahaha)</span> but still, I enjoyed it so much I¶m willing to do it again and again and again! And maybe I¶ll be inline skating on the vert ramp next time!!!</p>


The Box Model
The appearance of any element may be enhanced by styling its borders, margins, and padding. These three properties comprise the box model. In the box model, the element is enclosed by the padding, which is then enclosed by the borders, and which, in turn, are Margin enclosed by the margins.
Border Padding Element

Margin and Padding
.box { width:300px; background: cyan; margin: 3em; padding:5px; border-style:dashed; border-color: #609; color: blue; font-family: tahoma; }

Lesson 6
Links and More Links

HTML Links
Links or hyperlinks are pointers to the pages they reference and they are the most essential ingredients of the Web. Part of the Web s success is due to its ability to link a Web page to other pages.

External Link
The anchor tag has no meaning without attributes. The hypertext reference or href attribute must contain a URL for its value, which should be enclosed in quotes: <a href= http://www.gov.ph >Republic of the Philippines</a>

Internal Link
For internal links, you can use relative URLs meaning you can ask the browser to lead you to the URL of a link based on the current location of the HTML page or file inside the anchor opening tag. An example of this is: <a href= project.html >this links to my project</a>

Link Target: New Window
If you want your link to open the page or file in a new window, you will need to specify the appropriate attribute and value, which is target= _new inside the anchor opening tag. For example: <a href= pony.gif target= _new >In another window my pony is. See it you must.</a>

Email Address as a Link
You can make links refer to an e-mail address by using the following syntax structure: <a href= mailto:[email protected] >E-mail Minari</a>

Image as Link
A hyperlink does not always need to be a text. It can actually be anything that can be clicked upon, so even an image can be a link. The HTML code to enable you to click an image is seen in this example (the code should be inserted inside the anchor tags): <a href= www.cyberspace.com ><img src= pony.jpg /></a>

Lesson 7
Processing On Line Forms

Processing On Line Foms
Online Forms Content Input Fields Submit Query and Reset Buttons Processing Forms

Online Forms
Online forms are Web pages purposely designed for gathering information on the Internet. These HTML documents are sent back to the server once the user submits them. The main use of online forms is to gather feedback or opinion from the users for data processing, usually through a database.

To start building an online form, you should place inside the HTML body tags the <form> </form> tags

Input fields
Text fields

The primary information that you want to get from your Web page visitors would be their names and locations.
´: <form> <input type=´text´ name=´firstname´ /> First Name<br />

<input type=´text´ name=´lastname´ /> Surname

Radio buttons
Radio buttons are used when you want the user to select only one option from a list. The term comes from the shape of the buttons in a car radio, where you can choose only one button in order to listen to a station.
<p><b> What type of movie do you mostly prefer to watch?</b></p> <input type= radio name= movietype value= action /> Action <input type= radio name= movietype value= comedy /> Comedy <input type= radio name= movietype value= drama /> Drama <input type= radio name= movietype value= none /> None of these

Check boxes
Check boxes are similar to radio buttons, but are used when you want to let the user select more than one option among a number of choices.
<p><b>Where do you watch movies? Select all that apply.</b></p> <input type= checkbox name= where value= cinema /> Cinema <input type= checkbox name= where value= home /> Home <input type= checkbox name= where value= computer /> Computer <input type= checkbox name= donotwatch value= donotwatch />

Text areas
Text areas are text fields that have more than one line for longer text input. Usually, they are used as a method to send comments or feedback. Here, the tag changes to text area, as follows: <textarea rows= 5 cols= 35 >Please provide any additional comments. Thank you. </textarea>

Select fields
A select field provides drop-down menus that the user can access to be able to choose any information from a given list.
<p><b>What is your age group?</b></p> <select name= age > <option value= teenager >younger than 20</option> <option value= youngperson >between 21 and 35</option> <option value= middleaged >older than 36</option> <option value= noanswer >prefer not to say</option>


Submit Query and Reset Buttons
<input type= submit />

<input type= reset />

Processing Forms
To process the form, tags must have the action and method attributes. These specify to the Web master what the user entered in the form. The action attribute specifies the name of the field and should be unique within the form. The method attribute provides content associated with the action attribute. Because of all of these requirements, the form opening tag must be modified into this:

Other Web Matters

Meta Tags
Meta is a Greek term meaning about or beyond. In HTML, we have tags that do not affect either the form or content of the Web page although they have information about it that the users can t access just by looking at the browser window display. These are called meta tags.
<head> <meta name= author content= Florida V. Ortiz /> <meta name= description content= I bid you welcome to my personal site. Godlike Flower. Join me, in my Becoming... /> <meta name= generator content= Notepad /> <meta name= keywords content= godlike, ida, rida, florida, valencia, ortiz, supremo, tasya, pilosopo tasyo, iska, iskolar ng bayan, up student, philosophy major, filipino site, personal website, articles, profile, pictures, online diary, ideal philosopher /> <title>Florida s Home Page</title>


Getting Started With JavaScript

Getting started with JavaScript
What Is a Script? What You Should Already Know The Key to Understanding JavaScript

What Is a Script?
A script is a set of computer instructions or commands that puts together or connects existing components to accomplish a new related task. Scripts are typically written in plain text form and are interpreted each time they are invoked.

What You Should Already Know
What you need.
A Text Editor MS Notepad comes with your Windows operating system, or you may also use MS Frontpage. A Web Browser - some browsers can enable/disable JavaScript. Normally, JavaScript is enabled in most major browsers. However, it is also good to check whether your browser is JavaScript-enabled. For Internet Explorer 6, you can check for this by following these instructions:

The Key to Understanding JavaScript
‡ Learn at

an optimal pace and do a lot of

practice. Understand the concept of objects.

‡Objects - are items that exist in the browser. The browser window, the page itself, the status bar, and the date and time stored in the browser are all objects. ‡Methods are actions to be performed on or by an object. Methods also represent functions that are designed for a specific purpose like doing math or parsing strings. ‡Properties are an existing subsection of an object

JavaScript Syntax Rules and Variables

What Is JavaScript?
JavaScript is a powerful scripting language that enables Web developers/designers to build more functional and interactive websites. Most major Web browsers and those emerging on the Net support JavaScript.

What can JavaScript do?
‡JavaScript gives HTML designers an easy-to-learn programming tool. ‡JavaScript allows a webmaster to create more appealing Web pages with relatively simple codes. ‡JavaScript makes Web pages more dynamic. ‡JavaScript can respond to triggers or react to events. ‡JavaScript can read and write HTML elements.

Syntax Rules
Syntax, just for the sake of definition, refers to a set of rules that determines how a specific language (in this case, JavaScript) will be written (by the programmer/webmaster) and interpreted (by the browser, in the case of JavaScript).

JavaScript syntax was derived from?
‡C ‡C++ ‡Java ‡Awk ‡Perl

Introduction to the Basic Syntax
<html> <head><title>My First JavaScript</title> <script type="text/javascript"> <!-document.write("This code outputs this text into the browser"); --> </script> </head> </html> Result:

This code outputs this text into the browser

JavaScript Variables
In JavaScript, variables are a container that contains a value, which can change as required.

Data Types
‡character ± ‡string´ ‡integer ± ‡float (or double) ‡Boolean ‡function ‡object array ‡undefined ‡null

Declaring Variables
Variables are declared with a var statement. It is always good practice to pre-define your variables using var. If you declare a variable inside a function, it can be accessed anywhere within the function.
// declaring one variable var firstname; // declaring several variables var firstname, lastname; // declaring one variable and assigning a value var firstname = ³Jocelyn´; // declaring several variables and assigning a value

var firstname = ³Juan´, lastname = ³Delacruz´;

Rules for Naming JavaScript Variables
‡Variables can contain any letter of the alphabet, digits 0-9, and the underscore character. ‡There should be no spaces in between characters. ‡It should not have punctuation characters (e.g., comma, full stop, etc.). ‡The first character of a variable name cannot be a digit. ‡Variable names are case-sensitive. Hence, firstname and Firstname are two different variables.

Let s try using your first JavaScript variable. Ready your Notepad:
<html> </head><title>My JavaScript Variable</title> <script style="text/javascript"> var firstname = "Jocelyn"; </script> </head> <body> <script style="text/javascript"> document.write("hello there " + firstname) </script> </body>


JavaScript Operators

What Is an Operator?
Math/Arithmetic Operator?
Operator Name + Addition Subtraction * Multiplication / Division % Modulus ++ -Negation Increment Decrement Example Result myVariable = 3 + 4 myVariable = 7 myVariable = 15 - 7 myVariable = 8 myVariable = 3*5 myVariable = 15 myVariable = 20 / 4 myVariable = 5 myVariable = 24 % 10 myVariable = 4 myVariable = -10 myVariable = -10

Sample Code
<script style= text/javascript > var myComparison = 10<=8; document.write(myComparison); </script> Result:


Logical/Boolean Operators
Operator Result && AND (both statements must be True) True && True True || OR (one must be True) True || False True ! NOT (Flips truth value) !True False Name Example

Sample Code <script style=´text/javascript´>
var mylogic = 10<=8 || 10>=8 document.write(myComparison); </script> Result:


Controls and Loops

Controls and Loops
If Statement If Else Statement If Else If Statement Switch Statement While Loop For Loop

If Else Statement
The If Else statement is similar to the If statement, except that we are giving an alternative instruction in case the argument isn¶t True.

If Else If Statement
But in the real world, you don¶t always evaluate just one condition. Sometimes, you would need to evaluate more than one or multiple conditions. This is possible in JavaScript with the If Else If statement. The name refers to an If statement that depends on another If statement.


Functions and Events
Functions Predefined functions Events

A function (also known as method) is a self-contained piece of code that performs a particular "function" when it is called. Sometimes there will be text inside the parentheses. This is known as an argument. An argument provides additional information needed by the function to process.

Dialog Boxes
‡Alert function alert( ) displays an alert box with a message defined by the string message. ‡ Confirm function confirm( ) asks whether the user would continue or cancel the action ‡Prompt function ³prompt( )´ ± asks for an input from the user and passes it to the specified function

JavaScript Objects

JavaScript Objects
What Is a JavaScript Object? JavaScript Creation and Use Main Object: The Navigator Object Window Object

What Is a JavaScript Object?
A JavaScript Object is the coding representation of objects that are used in your page or in your browser. Here are some key reasons:
‡Increased code reuse reuse of objects makes your coding work easier. Especially in large scripts, you can create JavaScript objects that can be reused across pages. ‡Easier maintenance because you can use objects across pages, you don t have to rewrite your objects for every page in your website. ‡Increased extensibility you can increase the functionality of your new codes by simply taking existing objects and adding or revising a few codes or revising some scripts.

JavaScript Object Creation and Use
‡Objects have properties. Properties are the attributes of your JavaScript object. Example: document.bgColor = red ; ‡Objects also have methods. Methods are the things that your object can do. Example: document.write( The method <b>\ write\ </b> writes this text to the page ); ‡Event handlers specify when your object is supposed to do something or when your objects are supposed to apply your preferred attributes. Example: <a href= javascript:void(0); onClick= document.bgColor = red ; >change color</a>

Object Creation
Generally, objects may be created using the following syntax: var someVariable = new Object() When JavaScript sees the New operator, it creates a new generic object. Using this syntax, you can create objects like Array, Function, Date, Number, Boolean, and String.

Window Object Events
‡ onafterupdate ‡ onBeforeunload ‡ onBeforeupdate ‡ onBlur ‡ onClick ‡ ondblclick ‡ onError ‡ onerrorupdate ‡ onFocus ‡ onhelp ‡ onkeydown ‡ onkeypress ‡ onkeyup ‡ onLoad ‡ onmousedown ‡ onmousemove ‡ onmouseout ‡ onmouseover ‡ onmouseup ‡ onragstart ‡ onreadystatechange ‡ onresize ‡ onrowenter ‡ onrowexit ‡ onscroll ‡ onselectstart ‡ onUnload

Identify which Window Object Property is described. Write your answer on the blank below the description.
1. makes the window scroll to the specified location 2. removes a time out that was set using the setTimeout function 3. gives focus to the window 4. opens and names a new window 5. closes the current or the specified window

Lesson 16
JavaScript Independent Objects

JavaScript Independent Objects
Array Object Data Object Math Object Number Object String Object

Arrays are a fundamental part of most programming languages and scripting languages. They are basically an ordered stack of data with the same data type. Using arrays, you can store multiple values under a single name.
var myFruit = new Array(3) myFruit[0] = ³mango´ myFruit[1]= ³guava´ myFruit[2] = ³apple´

Let s try some of these methods. First, let s try the join(delimiter). Write this on your Notepad:
<script style="text/javascript"> <!-var myFruit = new Array( mango , guava , apple ); var myString = myFruit.join( / ); document.write(myString); //--> </script> Result: mango/guava/apple

Data Object
JavaScript provides you with the ability to access the date and time of your user s local computer, which can be pretty cool in some cases. This is possible through the JavaScript date object.
<script style="text/javascript"> <!-var currentDate = new Date(); var day = currentDate.getDate(); var month = currentDate.getMonth(); var year = currentDate.getYear(); document.write(day + "/" + month + "/" + year) //--> </script>

Sample Codes:
<script style="text/javascript"> <!² document.write(Math.PI); //--> </script> <script style="text/javascript"> <!² var myValue = MathPI; document.write(myValueI); //--> </script>

Identify the term described in each item.
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. This is an object in JavaScript that can be invoked without necessarily creating an instance of it. These are basically an ordered stack of data with the same data type. This is a JavaScript array object method that splits a string using the specified delimiter and returns the delimited strings in an array. This object has the ability to access the date and time of your user s local computer. This sets the minutes in the date object with a value of 0 through 59. This string object returns a substring taken from a string beginning This is used to truncate the last character of all strings elements of an array. This object has no specific functions, but has associated built-in functions.

What questions or comments do you have?

Sponsor Documents

Or use your account on DocShare.tips


Forgot your password?

Or register your new account on DocShare.tips


Lost your password? Please enter your email address. You will receive a link to create a new password.

Back to log-in