Browsers can interpret XHTML code and display them correctly on screen. They also provide a rich source for basic windows programming without the need for or understanding the use of compilers. From plain windows to fully functional Web browsing windows, from text files, XHTML pages, audio, and images to movie clips, all of them can be controlled with little effort. For example, the code
opens a new browser window (empty window) immediately. The code
opens a browser window and loads the corresponding Web site (www.microsoft.com) into it. Basically, you can put any supported file ...