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Updating the JS FAQ

As I'm sure everyone's aware, there's a wealth of information that could be
covered in the JS FAQ which isn't.  (http://www.freqgrafx.com/411/) I'd just
like to make everyone aware that any bugs they've experienced or are aware
of which aren't documented in the FAQ will be added if they're submitted.

I know it's difficult to take time out and spell something out in *newbie*
terms when you're low on time, as I've been limited lately myself.

I ask that experienced Javascript'ers (or anybody with something worthwhile
to add) help me get the FAQ more *up to date* by using a new submission form
I've created:


I have set aside time this weekend to work on the FAQ, and would appreciate
suggestions on how to make it a more viable source of info.  Check the
latest addition on Security (jsfaq.html#security) which I've added today.  

I'm sure most of us are aware of the current issues, but I want to make sure
the info I've provided is worth while and easy to understand (for
beginners).  Don't be afraid to tell me that the layout sucks or I've
screwed something up.  I'm only human and appreciate constructive criticism,
but it's surprising how little feedback I get when I add something that's

Thanks for your time
-Andy Augustine
-Andy Augustine
JavaScript 411 -- http://www.freqgrafx.com/411/

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