8.1.1 end tag should immediate follow the
The file designated by the SRC attribute should be purely a script file containing source code in the designated scripting language; that is, it should contain no embedded HTML tags, not even the
As you can see from Example 8-1, the VBScript Sub...End Sub construct is not required, since the event and object have been specified in the as you want. You may choose to bundle all your procedures together into one large
Example 8-3. Using a single
Example 8-4. Using multiple Various HTML coding etc. various html coding, etc.
8.1.3 Using with
Otherwise, the tags. The HTML comment tags are ignored by the script engine, so that it "sees" only the actual code. However, any additional comment tags, or any comment tags in any other position within the tags, are interpreted as script, and generate a syntax error. This means that if you need to add comments to your code, don't use the HTML comment tags; use either REM or a single quotation mark (') at the start of the line.
8 2 What Can You Do with Client Side Scripting?
Part I: The Basics
Data Types and Variables
Error Handling and Debugging
VBScript with Active Server Pages
Programming Outlook Forms
Windows Script Host 5.6
VBScript with Internet Explorer
Windows Script Components
Part II: Reference
Part III: Appendixes
Appendix A. Language Elements by Category
Appendix B. VBScript Constants
Appendix C. Operators
Appendix E. The Script Encoder