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Advanced Core Javascript

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A tool to learn advanced core javascript. This is an example of one
person's material, but you can copy/create your own to learn if this
method is helpful to you. http://www.yoyobrain.com/subjects/show/240

Best,

Elizabeth
Oct 21 '08 #1
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Elizabeth Barnwell wrote:
A tool to learn advanced core javascript. This is an example of one
persos is helpful to you. http://www.yoyobrain.com/subjects/show/240
Your participation in this group is solely to advertise your flashcard
product. The yoyo brain javascript flashcards impart mostly
misinformation. This has been pointed out to every time you post here.

I made a quick check to the link provided and clicked on the very first
one: "Advanced Client Side Java Script Flashcards" [sic]
Question number two:-

| "How do you get user selection on browser window for I.E. browsers"

Your answer:

| "document.getSelection()"

What do you think this does for your site's credibility when it is
discovered to be incorrect?

My recommendation for you is to take all the javascript flashcards off
the site. Don't put them back up until you have verifiable test cases
that prove what the answers say is correct. It would be a good idea to
provide those test cases to the user as well.

From a business perspective, it might be easier to stick to
widely-known that are easily verifiable. For example, you might try
spelling, math, and geography.

Garrett

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/libr...69(VS.85).aspx

Best,

Elizabeth

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