HTML and CSS Reference
into otherwise dead Web pages by allowing a page to interact with users and respond to
pages together. 1 It would be a hard task to find a commercial Web page, or almost any
scripting language that gives life, hence LiveScript, to otherwise static HTML pages. It
designed to work in the browser on your computer, not the server. It is built directly into
the browser (although not restricted to browsers), Microsoft Internet Explorer and
Perl, and Java; for example, if statements and while and for loops are almost identical.
Like Perl, it is an interpreted language, not a compiled language.
Whereas HTML is handled in the browser by its own networking library and graphics
browser. When the browser requests such a page, the server sends the full content of the
dynamic than glue. It can create a reaction and make things keep going, like a catalyst.”