Originally Posted by Galan
Yes and no.
Yes, you can do it each time the user loads the page into the browser.
And yes, you could even remember the changes you made for a given user by storing those change in cookies or localstorage.
But no, those changes won't be seen by any other user.
But this question doesn't seem to me to be at all what you were asking in your first post, where you said:
- Write scripting in Html code in order to modify the web page output according to user form information.
I read that as meaning that the information displayed for a given book changes according to what information some user has previously entered about that book. And that would make not much sense to do in browser-side code. The information entered has to be stored in a database, on the server. So it also has to then be retrieved from the database using server-side code. And that being the case, why not let the server-side code do the web page formatting?