FAQs about this language.
by Netscape to add interactivity and power to web documents. Examples of
languages in that it is relatively easy to master, even for people who have
absolutely no programming experiences whatsoever.
The first few words that come to mind are: "Freedom baby, freedom!" With
html, you are restricted to creating static, non interactive webpages. This,
change that. Imagine being able to break free and allow your creativity to
dictate what you put on your webpage, instead of the other way round. And
complex, and unfortunately, a lot harder to master. It belongs in the same
league as C, C++, and other more complex languages. Also, you need to
compilation is needed-simply open up a text editor, type it, save it, and
your browser is ready to run it!
so it is most compatible with Netscape. Internet Explorer 4.x supports 99%
good rule to follow is to always test your codes using both browsers before
uploading it onto the internet. You will be surprised how many websites fail
to do this, annoying surfers and not even realizing that their scripts are
going haywire behind their backs! (this might pertain to me too)