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HTML Tags | Adding Scripts in HTML


Adding Scripts in HTML (i.e. JavaScript, Action script and others) requires the use of opening and closing <script> tags. The script is entered between theses tags.

Here is an example:
<script>
//this is just an example for adding scripts
$(document).ready(function(){
$(‘h1’).click(function(){
$(this).addclass(‘.animate’)
});
});
</script>

To included external script files we have to included the ‘src’ attribute in the script tags like so


<script src=http:/faqwebdevelopmenet.js type=”text/javascript”></script>

In the above HTML code the ‘src’ attribute specifies the source location of the script file and type attribute specifies the type of script being used. (Note: in HTML5 you don’t need to specify the type attribute the browsers will automatically understand the type of script).   

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