VBScripts can be placed in the body and in the head section of an HTML document.
VBScripts in a page will be executed immediately while the page loads into the browser. This is
not always what we want. Sometimes we want to execute a script when a page loads, or at a later
event, such as when a user clicks a button. When this is the case we put the script inside a
function or a sub procedure, you will learn about procedures in a later chapter.
Put your functions and sub procedures in the head section, this way they are all in one place,
and they do not interfere with page content.
If you don't want your script to be placed inside a function, and especially if your script
should write page content, it should be placed in the body section.
You can place an unlimited number of scripts in your document, and you can have scripts in both
the body and the head section.
If you want to run the same VBScript on several pages, without having to write the same script on
every page, you can write a VBScript in an external file.
Save the external VBScript file with a .vbs file extension.
Note: The external script cannot contain the <script> tag
To use the external script, point to the .vbs file in the "src" attribute of the <script>
Note: Remember to place the script exactly where you normally would write the script
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