This page shows data your browser knows.
Commands (script) in a web page can tell your browser to display some of that data
or give it to other computers, or use it to control what is displayed.
Most people do not consider this data too personal to share.
But if you do, you can tell your browser not to follow those commands.
An object called "all" within the document object adhers to a standard called
the Document Object Model (DOM). That object contains the document itself.
The method of using a script to changes itself, is called "Dynamic HTML (DHTML)".
window.location and window.document.location objects
clientInformation and navigator (browser) objects
Scripting language built-in objects
Date object: var x = new Date();
Script Engine functions
Conditional compilation variables
var x = java.net.InetAddress.getLocalHost()
x = java.awt.Toolkit.getDefaultToolkit().getScreenSize();
Scripting language information
The scripts in this page are written in ECMAScript,
the ECMA 262 scripting language specification (3rd Edition, December 1999).
Microsoft calls their implementation "JScript".
(JScript scripts can run only within a supporting host environment such as Microsoft's Active Server Pages, Internet Explorer, or Windows Script Host.)