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Javascript - W3c standard?

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Hello every 1, I wanted to know if I add javascript on my website, will
it comply with the w3c standards?

Plus
Does any one know any excellent book to learn javascript and any online
tutorial sites?

Thanks.

Jan 17 '06 #1
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MasterMind said the following on 1/17/2006 11:17 AM:
Hello every 1, I wanted to know if I add javascript on my website, will
it comply with the w3c standards?
If you code it properly.
Plus
Does any one know any excellent book to learn javascript and any online
tutorial sites?


There aren't any that qualify as "excellent"

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Randy
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