»Kevin Stone« sagte am 2002-03-19 um 14:11:42 -0700 :
> Not entirely true.  Javascript is directly linked to HTML and HTML is
> directly linked to PHP so you can have PHP talk to Javascript through

I still don't agree.  You can of course create JavaScripts dynamically
in PHP.  However, PHP won't talk to JS, it's the browser which will
execute the dynamically created JS and then maybe talk back to the
server and thus execute some PHP code.  This may seem like nitpicking,
but I don't think it is.  If PHP were to execute the JS, it would work
even when the user had disabled JS in his browser.

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