</script> tags, you can save it in a separate file and add a
src property to the
<script> tag that tells the browser where to find it, as demonstrated below:
Requirements (1) and (2) are easy to achieve, since you have complete control over the files.
One last note about using the
src property: If you use it, you still need the closing
<script src=mycode.js>Netscape 3 will execute//
statements from mycode.js,
but not the statements below.
"This page won't work on your browser.");
"Get Netscape 3!");
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