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async Presence of this HTML5 attribute indicates that the browser might perform the fetch
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or execution of the script to be asynchronously from other activity in the page The meaning of this attribute versus the defer attribute with remote scripts in particular is quite unclear
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charset This attribute defines the character encoding of the script The value is a space- and/ or comma-delimited list of character sets as defined in RFC 2045 defer Presence of this attribute indicates that the browser might defer execution of the script enclosed by the <script> tag Support for this attribute is inconsistent, though it is now part of the HTML5 specification
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should react to It must be used in conjunction with the for attribute Event names are the same as event handler attributes; for example, onclick, ondblclick, and so on
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for The for attribute is used in Microsoft browsers to define the name or id of the element to which an event defined by the event attribute is related For example, <script event="onclick" for="button1" language="vbscript"> defines a VBScript that will execute when a click event is issued for an element named button1 language This common though nonstandard attribute specifies the scripting language being used The Netscape implementation supports JavaScript The Microsoft implementation supports JScript (a JavaScript clone) as well as VBScript, which can be indicated by either vbs or vbscript Other values that include the version of the language used, such as JavaScript11 and JavaScript12, also might be possible and are useful to exclude browsers from executing script code that is not supported The HTML5 specification indicates that while this attribute may be widely supported it should not be used by page authors
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This attribute specifies the URL of a file containing scripting code Typically, files containing JavaScript code will have a js extension, and a server will attach the appropriate MIME type; if not, the type attribute might be used to explicitly set the content type of the external script file The language attribute also might be helpful in determining this
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type This attribute should be set to the MIME type corresponding to the scripting language used For JavaScript, for example, this would be text/javascript In practice, the language attribute is more commonly used, but the type attribute is standard When not specified, the default value is text/javascript There is indication that it should actually be application/javascript, but given that browser support for this value is not consistent it is dangerous to use Also, it is possible to indicate version information in the type attribute for certain browsers; for example, to indicate JavaScript 18 you would use <script type="application/javascript;version=18"> xml:space This attribute is included from XHTML 10 and is used to set whether spaces
need to be preserved within the script element or the default whitespace handling should be employed In practice, this attribute is not often used by developers
Examples
<script type="text/javascript"> alert("Hello World !!!"); </script> <!-- code in external file --> <script language="JavaScript12" src="superlibjs"></script>
Compatibility
HTML 4, 401, 5 XHTML 10, 11 Firefox 1+, Internet Explorer 3+, Netscape 2+, Opera 4+, Safari 1+
Notes
It is common practice to comment out statements enclosed by a <script> tag Without commenting, script code can be displayed as page content by user agents that do not support scripting The particular comment style might be dependent on the language being used For example, in JavaScript, use
<script type="text/javascript"> <!-JavaScript code here // --> </script>
In VBScript, use
<script type="text/vbscript"> <!-VBScript code here --> </script>
XML escapes using CDATA sections are also possible; however, in all cases it is better to avoid intermixing script code in a markup document and instead to link to it The HTML 32 specification defined a placeholder script element The event and for attributes are defined under transitional versions of HTML 401 but only as reserved values Later specifications appear to have dropped potential support for them, though they continue to be supported by Internet Explorer
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