<script/> element, which was later added to the HTML specification.
<script/> element. This element, introduced by Netscape, became part of the HTML 3.2 specification as a placeholder for a transition to HTML 4.01, in which the element was fleshed out and given the following attributes:
src: Optional. Specifies an external script file to be executed.
type: Required. Specifies the language used in the
<script/> element's contents, and a value of
language: Deprecated. This attribute specifies the language used in the
<script/> element's contents. This attribute is no longer used, as
type has replaced it.
defer: Optional. A Boolean (
false) value that tells the browser whether to wait to execute any code within the
<script/> element until after the browser loads the entire HTML document.
charset: Optional. The character encoding of the external code file specified by the
src attribute. This attribute is rarely used.
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