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About this FAQ

Question: Why this FAQ?

Answer: The goal of this FAQ is to help you develop robust client-side scripts that can run in Netscape Navigator as well as Microsoft Internet Explorer, under various operating systems. This FAQ collection is different from others in the following:

  • Here the answers are focused on platform-independent coding, rather than on one particular browser or platform.
  • Here most answers contain interactive code examples which you can run without leaving the Web page you are reading.
  • Here you get the solution, not just a confirmation that the problem exists. For example, other sources would just say: Sorry, JavaScript cannot read files from the server. This FAQ gives you the solution: Here's a Java applet that helps JavaScript read files from the server.

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