HTML CSS JavaScript Setup

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This workspace illustrates the basic setup of an HTML page that includes external JavaScript and CSS files


Last updated on April 4, 2019

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HTML + CSS + JavaScript

This space demonstrates the use of client-side HTML, CSS, and JavaScript code within NodeRun.

Where to place your files

All client-side files should be placed in a directory named 'public' within your workspace.

App Start File

To identify the starting file for the application, right-click the specific file in the Files tree and select Properties. Then, check the App Start File checkbox. For this template, the file named example.html was specified as the starting file.

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Launching the application

To launch the application, select Launch App in IDE or Launch App in Browser Tab from the Home Menu.

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