A display clock.
When you tire of changing formats/styles/animation/timezones/etc. move on to a simple [unix-style] calendar:
d d d d d d d
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 etc
Basic as they are, these will acquaint you with quite a range of language features (both good and bad) and a fair number of HTML integration concepts.
A calculator :D that should be fine for a project for beginners :D
Ita not only a programming language, It is also about communication & integeration!
HELP! Im a total noob! Please could anyone help me with my radio button project, I wanna display 4 radio buttons, and if Im going to click the INSERT/submit button, the value of the radio button that I have selected will display in a textbox! (SAME PAGE) HELP!!! :(
w3school's where I got myself familiarized with the language
Just make images in paint of numbers 0-9, symbols x,/,*,+, make a 'clear' button, and make a 'clear last input' button; and finally have a calculate button.
Try "code year" out. It's really good for beginners. I did try to post on here already but some guy called Pete deleted it but I thought I would give it another go because if this forum isn't open enough to share work that other people are doing for free then boo to Daniweb 'the friendliest' community on the web. I have no affilation with code year and i'm not going to put a link on but worth googling (other search engines are available)
My favourite beginners' exercise is a "Combined Gas Laws" calculator.
The basic equation (for a closed system) is simple:
v1 * p1 / t1 = v2 * p2 / t2
The challenge is to establish a human interface that allows a closed system :
maybe a script that checks when the previous post was, to verify whether or not it still is an active thread.
this way, you can have something like :
activeThread = VerifyThreadStillActive if ( activeThread ) post reply else don't revive the ancient thread