is an easy to learn scripting language, developed by Netscape to make web sites more interactive. It was first incorporated in Netscape Navigator 2.0 beta with the name of LiveScript
and has undergone revisions many times since then.
to go any further.
In the articles that will follow this one, my intended audience is people who know what tags are and how to write a simple web page using Notepad (or some other text editor). If you have never built a web page or if you have built them only using a WYSIWYG editor
(like MS FrontPage Express), you are in the wrong place. Otherwise, welcome abroad!
capable of doing anything.
What you can do with it:
. The complex tasks are left to plug-ins and Java applets.
- You could have a background on/off button to control the display of the background.
- You can change GIF and JPEG images automatically, at specified time intervals, or when a user moves the mouse over the image.
- It enables HTML documents to respond to local events such as choosing user alternatives, sorting a table, etc.
A Simple Example