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Client-side VBScript

Discussion in 'Web Design, HTML And CSS' started by KarenO, Jul 18, 2008.

  1. KarenO

    KarenO New Member

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    Could someone please help me with the multiple choice question below which I am having trouble with. I am doing a course at the moment and I have problems understanding client-side and server-side languages. The question is:-

    When might client-side VBScript be a valid choice of technology when undertaking a Web Site project?

    a. when the pages will incorporate dynamic functionality and is aimed at a public audience.
    b. when the site will require that Java applets can be manipulated.
    c. when developing applications on the web site.
    d. when the site will require suppor tof form objects on an intranet.

    I think the answer is A - but I'm unsure. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
     
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    I would guess D.

    A. would apply if it was server-side scripting. Client side scripting would allow it to access folders and data on the individual computer and would probably not be allowed by security settings.

    B. could be any language
    c. also could be any language
     

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