[thelist] (x)html 1.0 validation with javascript

Michael Pack michaelpack at wvdhhr.org
Thu Jun 24 11:29:15 CDT 2004

IMO it is useful to separate scripts just as one would separate styles.
I store all of my scripts in one folder and call them.

i.e. <script type="text/javascript" src="scripts/bookmark.js">
/* ...Javascript called to enable users to add page to bookmarks... */

1. My XHTML is easier to locate, read, and edit
2. My scripts are easier to locate, read, and edit
3. The validator validates my XHTML and leaves my scripts alone.

Does anyone find fault with this approach? 


>>> tim.beadle at iop.org 6/24/2004 12:00:02 PM >>>
On Thu, 2004-06-24 at 16:34, Sarah Sweeney wrote:
> I have never seen this in use. Is it absolutely necessary? Are there

> browsers where this will mess up the JavaScript?

I had the same doubts:

Tim Beadle <tim.beadle at iop.org>

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