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Chapter 11. Going Beyond the Box (or Sho... > Linking, Linking, Linking!

Linking, Linking, Linking!

Linking your JavaScript to a Web page involves writing your JavaScript in a separate file and linking the Web page and this file together. Simple in concept and simple in practice!

Some conventions must be followed—well, one in fact. The file that will contain your JavaScript should have the file extension .JS. Those of you who like investigating how things work and why things don't will find that other file extensions will work. However, .JS is the recommended one to use!


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