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JavaScript Programming Tutorial – Last Words

JavaScript Programming Tutorial - Last Words

JavaScript Programming Tutorial - Last Words [more...]

Random Image Display Using JavaScript

Random Image Display Using JavaScript

Random Image Display Using JavaScript [more...]

Random Text Display Using JavaScript

Random Text Display Using JavaScript

Random Text Display Using JavaScript [more...]

JavaScript Arrays – creating and storing values

JavaScript Arrays - creating and storing values

JavaScript Arrays - creating and storing values [more...]

Generating Random Numbers in JavaScript

Generating Random Numbers in JavaScript

Generating Random Numbers in JavaScript [more...]

JavaScript – Image Change Using Functions

JavaScript - Image Change Using Functions

JavaScript - Image Change Using Functions [more...]

Changing Images on Mouseover Using JavaScript

Changing Images on Mouseover Using JavaScript

Changing Images on Mouseover Using JavaScript [more...]

JavaScript break And continue Statements For Loops

JavaScript break And continue Statements For Loops

JavaScript break And continue Statements For Loops [more...]

JavaScript While Loop

JavaScript While Loop

JavaScript While Loop [more...]

Understanding JavaScript for Loop

Understanding JavaScript for Loop

Understanding JavaScript for Loop [more...]

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How do I view a deleted web page?
Is there a way to view a deleted web page - one that is no longer available? Yes there is and the solution is quite simple. [more...]

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The first user of the internet was Charley Kline, a student of the University of California, Los Angeles. He sent the first message which consisted of just five characters - "login". It was transmitted over the ARPANET, the network of the Advanced Research Projects Agency and the precursor of the Internet. The message was sent on 29th October 1969 from UCLA's SDS Sigma 7 Host computer to the Stanford Research Institute's SDS 940 Host computer.Technically, at that time, ARPANET wasn't the Internet, as we know it, because it wasn't running the TCP/IP protocol! [more...]