web browser. The name was changed again, around the time that Netscape began supporting Java, which became a controversial move - it has been implied that Netscape was trying to capitalize off the success of Java.
// Your code here!
or within a separate file. If you create a file with an extension of .js, you can refer to it from your HTML document by providing a path to your file. For instance, if you have a file called "goodcode.js" then somewhere in your HTML file (frequently between the head
tags, but sometimes between the body
tags) you'll include the file with the line
is replaced by the location of your file.