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Is IE4.0 the only browser which supports this feature?
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No, it's Netscape which supports JS best, and IE has lots of problems with it.
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I am talking about the "src" feature!!!
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No, most browsers support it now, and it is a w3c standard for the script tag, it works in IE4, and NN4, NN3 had a few problems with it in that occasionally the actual source file would be displayed instead of the html page, and I have no idea about the support in IE3 for it....  

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Thanks!
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