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Internet access. Whether it is from work or home, you must be able to access the Internet so that you can upload your Web pages to your Web site.
A Web site. If you do not already have your own Web site, the odds are that your local Internet service provider can set you up with one.
A graphics editor. This tool is optional, though it is required if you plan to add any graphic images to your Web pages. For example, you might want to design your own banner pages or Web site logo.
Unlike many programming languages, JScript doesn't require you to learn how to work with a complicated integrated development environment or IDE before you can develop scripts that run directly from the Windows desktop. To begin developing JScripts, all that you'll need is
Windows 95, 98, Me, NT, XP, 2000, or 2003. Only Windows computers support JScript.
The Windows Script Host or WSH, version 5.6. Available for free at http://msdn.microsoft.com/scripting.
JScript 5.6. Available for free at http://msdn.microsoft.com/scripting.
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