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Can this be done with an external JavaScript file?
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I would like to have that code in one file so I don't have to write it over and over again.

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asked Jun 21 '13 at 05:09

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edited Jun 21 '13 at 08:05


I'm pretty sure you can create the code in a different file (maybe in a function?) and include the file at the top of the page and use it.

answered Jun 21 '13 at 07:00

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What would be the proper way to use the external file after I include it in the html file?

(Jun 21 '13 at 07:27) synadude synadude's gravatar image
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