Opera Web Standards Curriculum: the JavaScript version

The Opera guys have been putting together a Web Standards Curriculum — a sort of school textbook of modern web development. Anyway, after a certain amount of cajoling from Chris “Dark Sanatic” Mills I came through on my promise to actually write some articles for it. They’ve now been published in the JavaScript section, if you like that sort of thing: one on modifying the HTML DOM tree and one on simple animation. Enjoy. (I am proud I was not as whiny as Nyman — if you saw excerpts of my emails to Mills & co they’d all say “oh, piss, yes, I did say I’d do that, didn’t I? I’ll get it done this week, promise.” Who’d be an editor, eh?)

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