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  1. I am having trouble with the onload attribute of the <body> of my page. I am not well experienced with this. I am trying to use onload to load a cookie when someone loads the page, all the cookie does is remembers there name. But it is nice so I want to apply it anyway. Here is what I am trying to do. <link rel="javascript" type="text/javascript" href="Cookie.js"/> <body onLoad="getCookie();setCookie();checkCookie();" vlink=red link=blue text=grey> The functions getCookie();setCookie();checkCookie(); are in Cookies.js, but they wont work. Does anyone know if I can even do this? and if so than can you help me?
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