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From "Grange, John" <>
Subject RE: how to use a javascript source in a component
Date Thu, 08 Mar 2007 10:37:49 GMT
Another point to note, is that if you are in the mindset to put script
references (and css, etc) in the head, then your code will be more difficult
to port to a portlet environment (a fact that is causing significant pain
trying to find workable jsf frameworks for portlets) 

-----Original Message-----
From: Jonathan Harley []
Sent: 08 March 2007 10:40
To: MyFaces Discussion
Subject: Re: how to use a javascript source in a component

Simon Kitching wrote:
> Simon Kitching wrote:>
>> For external script the problem is that it is only valid for these 
>> script references to be in the HEAD section. 
> Sorry, this is not true. However it is much more useful for such tags to 
>  be in the head section anyway..

Why useful?

I read some research a while back that said that the popular
browsers pause from rendering while external scripts are loaded -
so the page gets rendered fastest if external script references
are all at the end of the body section. So that's where I put mine.

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