The <HEAD> section code can be constructed in a number of ways, depending on where the files will end up on your web server. There are three possible scenarios that are supported:
If you alternate between methods 2 and 3, then enter the appropriate values for each field. Press the Save button to store your settings and return to the main screen. The settings will be permanently saved, even if you exit the program, but you can change them, if needed. As a starting point, we have entered the paths, as pictured above, in the application.
On the main screen, select the option button which best serves your needs. If you select "Use fixed server file" the target filename will be ignored and whatever path and filename you entered as the fixed file will be used.
If you select "Use variable server path", the program will join the path you entered in the Set Server Paths dialog with the target filename (just the name portion, not the full path) from the main screen. If there is nothing entered in the Variable Server Path field it will only use the target filename.
If you switch option buttons, the <HEAD> section code will immediately change. Neither code window can be edited. This is a safety feature to avoid accidental mistakes.
You may then copy either section to the clipboard for pasting into your web pages. You may also copy both sections at the same time, in which case a line will be added above each section, indicating where it belongs.
will load two different script files from two different locations.
Similarly, you can call as many functions, consecutively, as needed. Put each function call on a separate line. The syntax is:
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