Each script that will be compiled into the script collection of the publication is listed. You have the name of the script and an optional description. Each script must have a unique name (similar to a namespace).
To add a new script, press Add and the following window will appear:
You first give a name to the script. Space and special characters are not allowed (only alphanumeric ones). The maximum length for a script name is 255 characters.
Then you can choose a template for your script. A script template is actually a blank script with some pre-defined procedures or functions called events. When a script is, for example, associated with an HTML page, the publication will call a pre-defined function when its related event occurs (when an HTML object is clicked for instance).
There are several templates available:
Finally, you can give an optional description to your script. However, it is not used by HTML Executable at all.
Press OK to start your new script; the script editor will then be displayed to edit your new script:
You are not forced to edit your script right now. Just click Save to finish the script editing: you can see that the new script then appears in the script list.
To edit a given script, select it in the list and press Edit. You can also double-click on it. The script editor will be displayed.
To remove a script, select it in the list and press Remove. Note that you can't remove the UserMain script.
To import/export a script, select it in the list and press XML Tools. Then select Import/Export and you will be prompted to enter the filename for the XML file. Scripts are stored in the XML format so you can edit them with any XML editor (or even Notepad if you wish). When you import a script back, the script editor is displayed: press Save to import the script. Note that an imported script is automatically syntax-checked (this prevents possible script errors during the compilation of the publication).