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calling JS from web page

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i do not know much javascript, but i am trying to call several different
scripts from the same web page and it is not working. Is there something i
can do or is this not a thing that is do-able?
solaz
Jul 20 '05 #1
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Solaz hu kiteb:
i do not know much javascript, but i am trying to call several
different scripts from the same web page and it is not working. Is
there something i can do or is this not a thing that is do-able?
solaz


Just have a separate <SCRIPT> tag for each, and, assuminbg the js files
themselves arent conflicting, it should work.
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Jul 20 '05 #2

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> i do not know much javascript, but i am trying to call several different
scripts from the same web page and it is not working. Is there something i
can do or is this not a thing that is do-able?


Your ignorance is clearly impairing your ability to do useful things. You need
to educate yourself. Buy and study a good book. It is a good investment.

http://www.crockford.com/javascript/javascript.html

Jul 20 '05 #3

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Thank you for your response Fabian. Indeed each script does have it's
separate <script></script> tag, and they work on some pages but not all
and though i have checked and rechecked i cannot see the problem on the
pages they do not work on. i can only get it to work on those pages if i
actually insert the code of one of the scripts into the page itself.
Then all the scripts work. This seems odd to me, so i thought someone
might have some insight.

i apologize for not giving enough words in my first email.

solaz

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Jul 20 '05 #4

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