document.getElementById() / innerHTML; An alternative snippet to document.write()
As you can see, the button is used to activate the function, instead of being displayed on page load. For example, if a math function was calculated, the text would be displayed on a manually-activated event to show its usability. If the code were to be placed without a function, then the text would display on the load of the page. In the script itself, simple variables were used, having the document class set the id. If the variable that was used included the existing div (in this case, "myDiv") existed, then innerHTML would let text be written inside of it.
<!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN">
//Javham Version 1.0
var TB = document.getElementById('myDiv');
TB.innerHTML = "This is something placed into the div tag";
}//end of function
//Taro Burnham, Coding Forums
<button OnClick="sb()">Show text</button>
Furthermore, variables are also accepted in the innerHTML area. For example, a variable called 'jk' is defined as a number value in document.write(jk) of the same function.
I will be working to continue to improve the script, as needed (hopefully I checked the search feature thoroughly and found nothing like this), or make variations. This code has been tested in Firefox 12.0, Explorer 8, and Opera 11.61 for the initial post; all work satisfactorily. In addition, this may also work as a separate file in the .js file extension.
EDIT: Improved version in next post.