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<SCRIPT>

Use the script tag to define a block of script. The most common use of this is to define client-side Javascript or VBScript. For client-side scripting, it is recommended that you put this element inside the HEAD section of your document.

On IIS server for windows, this tag can be used to create server-side ASP code by using the RUNAT="server" attribute.

The closing tag for this element is required.

Attributes

Attribute Description
ID Identifies this tag to reference in script (program code)
SRC If your script code is located in an external file, this attribute should be defined as the URI where the code can be found.
TYPE A MIME type which defines the type of scripting that will be found in the source reference or contained within the element tags.
LANGUAGE Specifies the scripting language referenced by the SRC or contained within the SCRIPT element
DEFER This is a boolean attribute which requires no value. When present, it indicates that no output will be generated when the script is executed. This is used so that the user-agent can continue parsing and rendering without worrying about the SCRIPT element.

Example

<SCRIPT LANGUAGE="javascript" TYPE="text/javascript">
function hello() {
	alert('Hello There!');
}
</SCRIPT>

Compatibility

HTML 4.01
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