What are some examples of what javascript can be used to make?

im also 13! good luck with your scripting :)!

Hopes you’re feeling better now than when you first wrote this.

Sometimes when it looks like things are falling apart, they’re actually coming together for something better.

Try your best to always think positively. Positive thoughts lead to positive feelings which lead to positive deeds. Negative thoughts lead to negative feelings which lead to negative deeds.

Focus on what you want rather than what you don’t want. Keep trying to look at the half full glass rather than the half empty.

Try to build an attitude of gratitude - maybe try to list and/or think about all the things you’re grateful for daily. It can help with motivation and feeling good.

Deep inside yourself, from the depth of your heart, during those moments when you’re feeling totally lost, consider turning to God and ask Him to help you and guide you. “Those who believe and their hearts become calm and contented with the remembrance of God — know that it is the remembrance of God alone that brings peace to the hearts.” (Qur’an: 13:28) (Irfan-ul-Quran English translation] [True rather than temporary or illusionary peace].

Sincerely hope this helps and wish you all the best. :slightly_smiling_face:

JavaScript, often abbreviated as JS, is a programming language that conforms to the ECMAScript specification. JavaScript is high-level, often just-in-time compiled, and multi-paradigm. It has curly-bracket syntax, dynamic typing, prototype-based object-orientation, and first-class functions. JavaScript provides 3 places to put the JavaScript code: within body tag, within head tag and external JavaScript file. Let’s create the first JavaScript example . The script tag specifies that we are using JavaScript . The text/ JavaScript is the content type that provides information to the browser about the data

Whatever platform you use to learn, you’ll always hit a roadblock (however good the learning resource is). One thing you have to know is that learning cannot be sped up and each person learns at his own speed. All your answers will never be found on a single resource - you’ll find yourself learning new things about JavaScript, and everything else, on Codecademy, YouTube, MDN, W3Schools, StackOverflow, FreeCodeCamp, and a lot more

Good luck with your web development journey :slight_smile: