JScript Industrial Training


Web Designing training provides a comprehensive study on the tools and technologies required for the designing of impressive website. Participants will learn the effective use of CSS, Photoshop, Dreamweaver, HTML, HTML5, Java Script, and jQuery.

GN Infotech provides the best JScript Training in Khanna with below mentioned course curriculum. GN Infotech labs are equipped with latest software so that students can get 100% practical training.

At the completion of training the participant will exhibit the following :

  • -Using CSS- structure text/lists, define link states, define layout, work on forms
  • -Using Photoshop and Dreamweaver- for image editing
  • -Using HTML - apply tags/elements/attributes/comments, implement formatting, provide linking, create frames/blocks, use colors/fonts/stylesheet/layout
  • -Using HTML5- work with text, forms, multimedia, data storage, and geolocation
  • -Using JavaScript - use arithmetic/logical operators, loop/control statements, functions/events, DOM
  • -Using jQuery - use DOM elements, jQuery utilities/events


  • - Industry Compliant Syllabus
  • - Multi-Platform Demonstration
  • - Product Based Training
  • - Real-Time Case Studies
  • - Use of Latest Tools & Technology
  • - LCD equipped class room
  • - Unlimited Lab facility
  • - Faculty drawn from Industries
  • - Daily Handouts & Lab Exercise
  • - Workshops on New Technologies


  • - Website Developer
  • - Web Designer
  • - Students

The String class
The instanceof operator
Unary operators
Bitwise operators
Boolean operators
Multiplicative operators
Additive operators
Relational operators
Equality operators
Conditional operator
Assignment operators
Comma operator
The if statement
Iterative statements
Labeled statements
The break and continue statements
The with statement
The switch statement
No overloading
The arguments object
The Function class

The script tag
External file format
Inline code versus external files
Tag placement

What Is the DOM?
Introduction to XML
An API for XML
Hierarchy of nodes
Using the DOM
Accessing relative nodes
Checking the node type
Dealing with attributes
Accessing specific nodes
Creating and manipulating nodes

The Navigator Object
Methods of Browser Detection
Object/feature detection
User-agent string detection

Mouse events
Keyboard events
HTML events

Getting form references
Accessing form fields
Form field commonalities
Focus on the first field
Submitting forms
Submit only once
Resetting forms
Retrieving/changing a text box value
Selecting text
Text box events