|type||Specifies the MIME type. This attribute is required in HTML4, but optional in HTML5.|
|async||Specifies that the script shall be executed asynchronously (only for external scripts). This attribute does not require any value (except of XHTML).|
|defer||Specifies that the script shall be executed when the page has finished parsing (only for external scripts). This attribute does not require any value (except for XHTML).|
|charset||Specifies the character encoding used in an external script file, e.g. UTF-8|
|crossorigin||How the element handles crossorigin requests|
|nonce||Cryptographic nonce used in Content Security Policy checks CSP3|
The src attribute works like the href attribute on anchors: you can either specify an absolute or relative URL. The example above links to a file inside the same directory of the HTML document. This is typically added inside the <head> tags at the top of the HTML document.
Instead of linking to an external file, you can also include the JS code as-is in your HTML:
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