Hi Dark,
Well, keep in mind as we talk about this that html is not a programming language. it is a markup language used for linking and formatting text. Beyond that it can't do anything else. If you want an html page to display stats, bring up a random page, whatever thats where the scripting language comes in. Instead of those things being done in html the html page makes a link to the script which runs in the background printing the stats on the web page, performing game logic, etc. In a bigger picture sense your html page is just there to make sure the text is presented to your web browser and is formatted correctly. Beyond that it does nothing. Your script will actually print the text, monitor stats, and whatever else you need it to do. does this make sense?


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