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New JavaScript Tutorial Provides Building Blocks for Interactive Website Development

New JavaScript Tutorial Provides Building Blocks for Interactive Website Development

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HTML.net launches its latest offering of free online tutorial for web development.
HTML.net launches its latest offering of free online tutorial for web development.

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New JavaScript Tutorial Provides Building Blocks for Interactive WebsiteDevelopment
 HTML.net launches its latest offering of free online tutorial for web development.
San Francisco, CA, February 01, 2012 --(PR.com)-- As part of its aggressive expansion plan, HTML.net,the premier online destination for accessing tutorials on web development, has just launched its latest freetutorial -- this time onJavaScript. JavaScript is a lightweight, easy to learn, scripting language. It's usedon almost every website to respond to user actions, validate web forms, detect browser support, and muchmore.For some time, HTML.net has been gaining traction as a hotspot for students, hobbyists andentrepreneurs. They've particularly appreciated the site's freeHTML and CSS tutorialsandforums, where a host of experts regularly provide support, tips and suggestions. But thanks to the latest tutorials on PHPand JavaScript, HTML.net's target market extends to those who are poised to convert their simple sitesinto more complex ones that can collect information, sell products/services, sort material, create onlinecommunities and do other tasks, according to Andreas Astrup, founder/owner of HTML.net.“Once a basic website is up and running, that's a great start, but it's often not enough,” he says. “Most of the activity going on with websites today calls for more advanced tools and features. The new tutorialsempower people with the skills to address this need.”With tutorials available in 11 languages, HTML.net delivers an understanding of how to create a basicsite within about an hour's time. However, the JavaScript tutorial requires more time and patience, simplybecause it's more demanding to learn. Fortunately, users can go through the tutorial at their own pace andnot worry about the money aspect of it, Astrup says.“It shouldn't cost anything for someone to take the initiative to learn to make a website on their own andwhen it's convenient, and that's why HTML.net is user-friendly, accessible and free,” Astrup says. “Thatsaid, HTML.net is financed by an online advertising program, so we're now selling advertising space onthe site to an audience that has lots of self-initiative, appreciates affordability, and is seeking smartsolutions in today's sophisticated, high-tech world.”HTML.net experiences an average of 500,000 user visits and almost 2 million page views per month.Additional visitor statistics and the media/advertising kit are available athttp://www.html.net/about/advertise. Moreover, HTML.net provides guidance about how best tomaximize visibility through a customized advertising strategy, and can help partners choose the bestoptions for exposure.For more information, visithttp://html.net.###

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