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Setting Up JavaScript

By Nathan Poole If you're reading this, it means you're interested in adding a configurable Javascript to your own virtual community. Of course you don't need to know every aspect of Javascript to use it, and that's the beauty of the language. You can know nothing and you'll still be able to use any script you please. You're not limited by knowledge, or lack thereof. To begin, find a script. You can look for a script in Webpedia's Javascript Archive. Once you find a script you're interested in inserting into your Web site, go to the authors page and find the actual working script. Once you're there, you can locate the code behind the script by using your Netscape or Explorer's VIEW option. Click VIEW and then choose SOURCE. You can establish what's Javscript and what's just plain HTML by looking at the tags. The Javascript will begin with <SCRIPT LANGUAGE="JavaScript>...and the sequence will end with </script>


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