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Author: Subject: Possilbe to use as inline script?

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posted on 1/4/2004 at 12:00 AM Reply With Quote
Possilbe to use as inline script?

I'm redesigning a Web site for a community club with no budget for upgrading their hosting service. The current service supports Javascript but *not* server-side. I think if all code is in page it is supported. Can the three .js files be simply concatenated and included in the BODY tag?

I've been able to incorporate the menu and make my modifications and it works great when I serve it locally in IIS. It doesn't work when served by our real host. It doesn't look like simple concatenation would do it, but since I'm not a programmer (I can read code some tho) I can't be positive. Is it unrealistic of me to want to try to use Tigre Menu without using linked external js files?

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posted on 1/7/2004 at 05:02 AM Reply With Quote

Client side javascript (such as tigra products) doesn't require any support from the server side, actually even server itself is not required -- you can run those files from your local drive.

If for some (not very smart reason) your hosting provider doesn't allow .js files on the server you still can move their content into HTML document. Just make sure you put it into <script> tags at the places where corresponding .js files were linked.
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