HTML scripts allow you to make your website more dynamic & interactive. Scripts in HTML are defined using the <script> tag & the type attribute is used to specify the type of scripting language as defined below:
At times you may wish a script to run only after a specific action has been performed like after complete page load or rolling mouse pointer over a link. All such actions are known as "intrinsic events" that trigger a script to run only after a specific event has been performed.
Handling Scripts in Old Browser
Many old browsers fail to recognize the <script> tag & display the content of the tag as text on page. In order to prevent this, one may either hide the script within the comment tag or use the <noscript> tag to provide alternate information for such users.
document.write(" Scripts Tutorial !")
<noscript> Your browser does not support VbScript! </noscript>
HTML Tip 1
Use only hexadecimal #RGB values for colors. The behavior of named colors is browser-idiosyncratic and totally unpredictable.
HTML Tip 2
You can resize your images without a graphics program by changing the HEIGHT and WIDTH in your image tag.