Script Outside Page Source

Posted by Planeta Srbija | 21.10.08 | , | 0 comments »

If you'd rather like to have your page source as clean as possible then you want to keep your scripts separately.

1. Make a folder and name it like "scripts" (or whatever).
2. Take the scriptcode and paste it in notepad! For example it looks like:

<script type="text/javascript">
function nextQuote(){
var result = new Array(6);
result=jsonrpc.slideQuotes.getNextQuote();
document.getElementById('quoteBody').innerHTML=result[0];
document.getElementById('quoteHeading').innerHTML=result[1];
document.getElementById('quotePrevious').innerHTML=result[4];
document.getElementById('quoteNext').innerHTML=result[5];}
</script>


Delete the red part and save the document as "quoteSlideshow.js"

3. Put this document into your "scripts" folder.
4. In your source code (on your page) there where you want to use this script put following string:

<script type="text/javascript" src="/scripts/quoteSlideshow.js"></script>

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