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  1. Actually now that you explained to me one thing I am thinking of not using tables lol! I alwasy wanted to know what DIV's were for!I remember that in te W3SCHOOLS tutorial you mentioned DIV in a table but never really explained them that well. I was also planning on using a css template!But I was wondering if you could mayeb explain to me how these DIV's work, are they like tables or something else?EDIT: Also I have never had any problems with Javascript either! Well so far so good I guess!EDIT 2: Sorry for editing twice but I wanted ot ask seeing as you mentioned DIV's. I noticed that some site incorpoarte the use of Tables with DIV's why is that and should you do that if you are using DIV?

  2. If you give us an idea of what you are trying to achieve we can give you more accurate answers.Yes you can write tables to a page with javascript.Yes you can add scripts within or inline a table.I can't speak for many coders but i know some have had problems with document.write, where it has been writing to a new window and not the current one.

    So "document.write" is not that popular from what you are saying. What I wanted to achieve with the tables is that I want to make a website that uses them. So that I can divide the page better, ex. I can make one for the banner at the top. Then one can be for a menu and so on, I have seen many website use them and I have heard they are popular to use nowadays!My question was if I could make tables in the javascript part example:
    <script type="text/javascript">PLACE TABLE CODE IN HERE!!!</script>

    Now would something like that be possible or would I have to make tables seperate from the javascript?

  3. Hey guys,I was wondering about javascript! If I wanted to incorporate tables into my site would I add them in the script or would I add the scripts into the table! Also do many coders use the "document.write" to too actually write in their pages or they do not?Thank you for any help!

  4. Hi I know this might be a newbie question but I was wondering how a .js file would look like? It says in the tutorial that I can link files form outside if they end in .js, but I wanted to know do they look like an html file or like a script file:

    <script>Eerything in here</script>

    Thanks again for any help!

  5. When I write the tag <iframe> in my codin it shows up a small box. When I try to write somethign inside the tags it will not show it to me, and when I try to call something it still wont show me. The file is not on a server but I am only testing it out from my computer. So how would I be able to write something inside the tags or call something from my computer and make it show in iframes. I am using firefox, IE also does not show it!!!

  6. Hey guys,I was wondering how would I study the XHTML tutorial here on W3schools? I mostly went through it reading and like only did the Doctype and osm small minor changes, but form what I learned XHTML is more of stricter HTML, like everything has to be closed and stuff including <br /> tags. So like am I set to learn CSS or should I go through XHTML again?

  7. The HTML tutorial on W3Schools is based on HTML 4.01, so this means you already know it. Move to XHTML and CSS now. Most of the advanced part in the HTML tutorial doesn't contain anything useful.

    Thank you bothe for your freplies and that is great to know that I already studied html 4.01. Well I am going to study XHTML and css and then probably Javascripting afterwards. Thanks again!
  8. Hey everyone,I am a new person here in W3schools forums. I have been using the site for s while going through my HTML knowledge only, that was the only web language I know of. I have finished it but then I noticed some stuff about HTML 4.01 and XHTML or CSS. My question is what shoudl I be learning next, since I did not really see a tutorial for HTML 4.01 or is that the advanced part in HTML tutorial. So please if you good give an ordered list or advice what language I should learn first, second, third and so on!Thanks a lot!

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