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  1. The use of both async and defer is often done because old versions of Internet Explorer only understood the defer attribute. They're not mutually exclusive, async tells the browser to continue loading the rest of the page while the script is being downloaded. The defer attribute works the same, but deferred scripts are executed in the same order as they are in the DOM rather than executing each one the moment they finished downloading. The async and defer properties are explained in detail on this page: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/API/HTMLScriptElement In short, x.parentNode.insertBefore(y, x) means to put y right before x in the document. It doesn't matter what or where x or y are as long as they're both DOM nodes. The insertBefore method works like appendChild(), but instead of putting it at the end of the children, it specifies one of the existing children of the node before which the new element should be inserted. W3Schools has a page explaining the insertBefore() method here: https://www.w3schools.com/jsref/met_node_insertbefore.asp
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