Course Focuses On JavaScript, Jscript

Learning to write and debug JavaScript and Jscript is the focus of a training course entitled JavaScript: Building Interactive Web Sites released by Learning Tree International, Reston, Va. The four-day course trains in adding dynamic graphics to Web sites; creating interactive forms; developing server-side Web applications; integrating databases with Web sites; and controlling Java, ActiveX, and plug-ins.

JavaScript: Building Interactive Web Sites joins Learning Tree's existing Internet/intranet curriculum, which includes Introduction to the Internet and Intranets for Business, Developing a Web Site, Designing and Building Great Web Content, Implementing Web Security, Deploying Internet and Intranet Firewalls, as well as four Web server courses: Microsoft Internet Information Server, Netscape Servers for Intranet Development, Domino Web Site Development, and Oracle Web Application Server.

JavaScript: Building Interactive Web Sites is being offered nationwide at Learning Tree education centers beginning in October. Initial courses will be held in Washington, D.C., on Oct. 20 and Dec. 1. For further information call 1-800-843-8733 or visit Learning Tree's Web site at

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