why javascript could run in some machines and not in others?


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    Guillermo Guest

    why javascript could run in some machines and not in others?


    i made a site with javascript in some pages, and some clients have problems
    with it, could be that some browser doesn't support javascript? or is there
    some option to activate that in te browser?. Thanks in advance.

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    Harish Kumar Guest

    Re: why javascript could run in some machines and not in others?


    Your assumption is correct. As you might be aware, JavaScript is Netscape's
    cross-platform, object-oritned scripting language. But fact is different
    versions of JavaScript will only work with specific versions of Netscape.
    For example, JavaScript 1.2 is for Navigator 4.0. Some features of JavaScript
    1.2 is not available in 1.1 and hence it won't work with Navigator 3.0. Hence
    before the site goes online, it's essential to test pages with different
    versions of browser in order to avoid such compatibility issues.

    Harish

    "Guillermo" <Polonskyg@yahoo.com> wrote:
    >
    >i made a site with javascript in some pages, and some clients have problems
    >with it, could be that some browser doesn't support javascript? or is there
    >some option to activate that in te browser?. Thanks in advance.



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