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  1. Discovered the JavaScript-powered HTML include process here at W3 Schools almost two years ago, and it has worked very well for me. I've tested the code in Firefox, Pale Moon, Opera, Chrome and MS-Edge (Windows versions only), and it hasn't failed in any of those yet. Be aware that your desktop, laptop or notebook must have a local server running so that you can see the code working as desired before you publish your content. Currently, I am using the Laragon Apache Server. A modest sample of how I have used the JS-HTML include -- Calendar for the Year 2021. In examining the source code,
  2. Greetings .... With regards to the following two javascript protocols (in larger bold letters) ... »» <a href="javascript: void(0)" onclick="location.href='somesite.worldwideweb'">somesite</a> »» document.write("<a href="somesite.worldwideweb">somesite</a>"); ... my question is what effect do either of these have on web-crawler robots from the likes of Google, Bing or archive-dot-org's Wayback Machine ?? Do either or both of these keep a crawler from recording and following the particular link or not ?? Regarding pages that automatically re-direct to o
  3. Greetings @Ingolme Works like a charm! Thank You! Just so folks know why and how the DIV status can be changed by CSS, it might a good idea to make mention of it in the "How To Include HTML" demo page BTW -- and you probably know it already -- as an alternative to your suggestion, one can place style="display:inline"; within the confines of the DIV code.
  4. Fair Enough -- If you can please provide a demo of that, or else provide a link to a demo (simple one, if possibel) I will appreciate it.
  5. Greetings .... This is in regards to the W3 Demo Page "How to Include HTML" Take special note of the "Include The HTML" section, where the DIV tags are used in the example. I experimented with that successfully but noted one issue. If you use the DIV tags to include a secondary HTML file within the main HTML file, the resulting on-screen output will appear by itself on its own separate line. If you are desiring for something to be displayed on the same line along with other items,, be it at the start of the line, the end of the line, or anywhere in-between, the SPAN tags should be
  6. Greetings Again @Ingolme Happy News -- I have installed XAMPP on my desktop (laptop will get it soon) and once I got it working, it behaved perfectly for all my html and j-script tests. Thanx-A-Lot and Much Appreciation
  7. Greetings Once Again @Ingolme RE IFRAMES ---- True, so workarounds for the sake of the searches would be probably be employed, if they were so desired. However, as I stated above, not everything on the web-site has to be indexed for a search, if that is the desire of the site builder. In many cases including my own, as long as the search engine can find the parent page, which should have appropriate navigation means for any content incorporated therein, then that should be good enough. Thanx-A-Lot and Much Appreciation.
  8. Greetings @Ingolme Thank you for your input. Actually, I've been moving away from using javascript-html includes, and instead employing alternative methods where common format text descriptions and URL links must appear on several pages. Sometimes if IFRAME is involved, you can use a javascript file in conjunction with an IFRAME'd HTML file to establish a common IFRAME area on many pages, the obvious benefit being that the only IFRAME settings you have to edit are those within the single JS file. And I do take great care with the target settings of any links within any IFRAME's HTML
  9. Greetings .... I have been a user of javascript-html includes for a few years, and up to this point had been using scripts from other web-locales. It is only very recently that I have decided to give the W3 Schools Javascript-Html Includes Script a try. The tries have been very favorable, so now I am going to adopt the W3-script for use on my personal web-site. There are, however, some problems with testing the includes on my desktop or laptop PC's, both of which are currently using Win-7 64-bit Home Premium, and both which have Firefox, Chrome, Opera and Pale Moon browsers (they also h
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