JavaScript in specified URL?

hockeygoalie5

In Runtime
Is it possible to put JavaScript in a URL. For example, you're on mysite.org and there's a link leading to mysite.org/morestuff. Is it possible to put JavaScript in the URL? (e.g. mysite.org/morestuff/javascript)
 

berry120

Fully Optimized
What do you mean by the URL? A URL (uniform resource locator) is used as a unique way of identifying pages - javascript doesn't come into it.

You can type javascript into the address bar and you can set javascript to run when you click a link if that's what you mean?
 

Luke_Uk_Baggy

In Runtime
I mean that the link goes to a whole new page and automatically runs JavaScript on it.
That just sounds like programming to be done on the actual webpage..

The URL, is just the page 'identifier', it wont change the webpage, or make things happen, as it is, in effect, just a name.

mysite.org/morestuff/javascript
This would just take you to a different page within your site, not envoke any javascript (directly anyway)
 

berry120

Fully Optimized
You're trying to go about it the wrong way - if you want to modify the contents of a specific webpage via JS after loading, you're much better off writing a greasemonkey script.
 
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