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    Posted: Jun 10 2019 at 4:38am
Hi everyone!

For SEO, it would be better not to have the js scripts at the head but at the end of the body. Is there a solution for this now?
 
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Hi

Fairly easy.  Open the page source code, select the js code bock and select the position.


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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote digizar Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun 16 2019 at 9:42pm
Might be a pretty stupid question ...
but where can I find that 'action' button?
I have version 157R9.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (1) Thanks(1)   Quote Hobby001 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun 16 2019 at 10:10pm
I created a javascript code block and named it action.

I was explaining how to move it from where it is to Endbody position.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote digizar Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun 16 2019 at 10:40pm
Tanks, :-)
No wonder I couldn't find it.

Obviously, I have to dig a bit deeper into oE.
I come from a different range in the informatique area: microcontrollers.
Retired, I do private websites just for fun. And for my friends.
OE is an excellent tool. Thanks for that, too.

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I'm retired too.  I created some web sites for friends and for fun.

In some cases where users want specific code, I helped and sometime charged for it because of the time required and complexity.

As a german citizen have you learned french?  There are some pretty good tutorials on the french side of this forum.
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Quote As a german citizen have you learned french?  There are some pretty good tutorials on the french side of this forum.
With higher education grades we have the chance do pick a second language, even a third one. Usually that is english. Some take french, some latin. Even russian - as I did later. But right after the war I personally did not have a chance. I did english in my freetime, and it turned out to be a wise decision. That opened the door to IBM. There was no need for french. English lead my way around the globe.

It ist told that french is a 'heavy' language. But with very much patience it is possible to pick the most important words & meanings. So I'm acutally looking in the french forum part, too.

I'm much more curious to learn HTML & Co. The principles I understand, but nothing of Java&Co.
So, I'm happy I found the openElement. That is a (the!) brilliant tool. The only 'big-dog' is the relatively poor 'education'. That caused considerable 'headaches'; but most of it I managed by try-on-error. :-)

What really 'hurts' is the outcoming code, which is not human readable. And I'm afraid of, that one of these days, it might not be interpretable by a (modern) browser anymore.

Right now I'm working on that website, might take a year or so... will see.
And my previous 'projects'
https://hobbyseiten.org/



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OE is an HTML editor.  Mostly used in conjunction with CSS, Javascript and php.

HTML

HTML is not easy to read but managable.  It's the core language of a web page
CSS

Cascaded style sheets (CSS) is to be used to standardise styles in your WEB page elements and offers some interresting animations.

Javascript

Javascript (not Java) allows event triggerred animations and actions.

Both CSS and Javascript are processed at the browser level.

PHP

PHP is a script language and interpreter that is freely available and used primarily on Linux Web servers.  It is processed at the server level and your browser does'nt see it.  It allows to create secured transactions.

It's also a good media to carry SQL request and manage database content.




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