<!-- HIDE THE SCRIPT
FROM OTHER BROWSERS
STOP HIDING FROM OTHER
HTML is commented out as follows:
<!– This line is commented out
So is this one.
End of comment –>
// Download a
compatible browser to use it.
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OTHER BROWSERS -->
Also note, that current day HTML/XHTML standards define that scripts should be defined without the use of capitalization. For purposes of this article, the <SCRIPTS> are capitalized for reference purposes only.
The window object provides methods and properties for dealing with the actual Navigator window, including objects for each frame.
The location object provides properties and methods for working with the currently open URL.
The history object provides information about the history list and enables limited interaction with the list.
The document object is one of the most heavily used objects in the hierarchy. It contains objects, properties, and methods for working with document elements including forms, links, anchors, and applets.
The string object enables programs to work with and manipulate strings of text, including extracting substrings and converting text to upper- or lower-case characters.
The Math object provides methods to perform trigonometric functions, such as sine and tangent, as well as general mathematical functions, such as square roots.
With the Date object, programs can work with the current date or create instances for specific dates. The object includes methods for calculating the difference between two dates and working with times.