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Sun, 3 Jan 1999 11:27:17 +0000 (GMT)
> like <pre> ... </pre> ?
or with it disabled (unless you keep strictly up to date with security patches,
you should do this for IE4++ and, I think, NS4) should skip the script content
(but display noscript sections). As script isn't cleanly backward compatible,
code in an SGML comment.
either in attribute values or the HEAD section and wouldn't be displayed
anyway. Although I have used it in the body, probably the main use of
body scripting is to generate browser specific HTML, often by illegal use
++ Unpatched versions of IE4.01 allow a rogue web site to upload any files
readable by the browser user. There are likely to be symptoms of the
process, but most users won't know what is normal.
** In valid HTML the result of deleting a script element should still be
valid HTML, but people often have script which generates an open tag and
a separate script that handles a close tag; it's not even possible to
parse the result unless you interpret the script, if, as is not uncommon,
the intervening HTML is dependent on the script generated tags.