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  1. I used some CSS code which worked internally on my website. When I went to convert the code to an external .css file but ran into some issues. I can use the internal version, but the external is more efficient and less restrictive. Here is the code for the internal HTML code with CSS: <!DOCTYPE html><html> <head> <style type="text/css"> html { background: url("resources/images/docTech25Banner.png") no-repeat center center fixed; -webkit-background-size: cover; -moz-background-si
  2. People always say that if you have JavaScript code which is used by multiple pages then it should be in an external page but if it is only used by a single page in should be internal. People also say that external JavaScript code can make the browsing slower since additional PHP requests are made but that when it is internal less bandwidth is used. Is it a good idea to put JavaScript code into PHP files and then include them like any other PHP files? I've been thinking about this because then I can minimise the HTTP requests and at the same time use the same JavaScript files in many PHP files.
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