One has nothing to do with the other.
functions. Some of the applications are purely functional, while others are
there are numerous scripts out there that you can simply grab and paste into
your HTML code.
do what you want it to do, you do need to at least have a basic understanding
that information for you, starting with the very basics, and then working
into a few advanced topics. A working knowledge of the basics is necessary.
is used with HTML. You do need to know how to work with your HTML documents,
however, because you will be pasting your scripts into the HTML code, and
a variety of functions on your website. Some of the functions are just
functional, while the others are more fun in nature, providing interactivity
for your website visitors.
Face it. Nobody likes stale webpages that just sit there. They want to interact
to users actions in most cases. For instance, if the user moves their mouse
graphic or text change to something else.
detection, or display information, such as the correct time and date on a
over a user's browser, and how that browser sees the webpages. There are
you won't be able to tell if your scripts work. Newer versions of both Microsoft
them directly into your HTML documents. It is of course better to use a plain
text editor so that you don't accidentally mess up any of your HTML coding.
An example of a plain text editor is Microsoft's Notepad.
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