what is the rule re. script tags?
Can somebody tell me the rules on when you need the script tag and when you don't?
ok, here's an example
Why does the code below work without needing <script> </script>?
I don't understand when you do need those script tags, and when you don't.
onmouseover="alert('Go back to Home Page');
The event 'onmouseover' is an HTML attribute.
The 'document.bgColor' is a CSS assignment.
No need for JS at this point.
or google "HTML onmouseover" for additional information.
Heck if I know!
I think I've got it...or, at least it's ruminating in my brain, and it's starting to make sense...
( I think this stuff may be a little more complicated then the cobol I've been writing for the last 40 years!)
Well as I have converted from PL-1, Fortran, several assemblers, Forth, Basic, Pascal and others, I know you can transition to JS.
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