share the same script (cuts down on disk space). Here's how it's done. The same part of
the script that goes in the
<head></head> tag goes in the
external file minus the
<script></script> tags. I'll use the
Changing Image Script to explain how this is done.
Create a blank page and name it anything you want, but with an exstension of ".js". I will name my file "changeimg.js"
Copy the <script></script> tag, leave out the acctually tag. For example, for the Changing Image script you would copy this (also changing the appropriate material).
See, no tags! Now save the file.
Open the page that you want to put the actual changing images to occur. In other words this page will call the functions in the ".js" file. In your
<head></head> you need to input this, but change
YOUR EXTERNAL JS FILE NAME (this tells the page where the external file is).
Now here are the images that change (This is what calls the functions in the external
file). You input those just as you would any other script.
That's all there is to it! Good Luck!