Fun JavaScript Ideas to Jazz Up Your Website

JavaScript is one of the best ways to increase the fun on a web page. There are so many things you can do with JavaScript from the navigation to the content. I have three ideas that use fun JavaScript to improve your user experience. But first I’d like to point out the importance of JavaScript, it’s very complicated coding but they recently just introduced as a required class for kids ages 5 to 16 in English Public Schools. If you like fun JavaScript I’d encourage you to watch the video below to see how teachers are making it fun for these students of such a young age.

Games

Who doesn’t love playing a fun game? JavaScript makes putting a game on your webpage easy. From solitaire to packman, the JavaScript library has it all. Having a game will make your site more memorable to users and keep them coming back. One of the most popular JavaScript games today is The Convergence, which will remind a lot of people of Super Mario Bros.

Less Distraction

Another fun JavaScript code that improves user experience is the ability to maximize the user’s browser when the site is fully loaded. This will make the user be less distracted when looking at your page.

Picture Presentation

The last fun JavaScript idea isn’t as revolutionary but it’s essential. Every web site has pictures but the user likability comes from how they are presented. Using a JavaScript slideshow code will help present pictures in a fun and enjoyable way.

This won’t be our only installment for fun JavaScript so make sure you subscribe to our e-mail list to receive free updates when FrillyWeb has a new post. Comment with your fun JavaScript ideas and share this post with friends who might need some ideas to make their page more fun!

 

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