The above function, checkVersion, checks to see if the web browser is using a back-level version of IE or Navigator, and if so returns a boolean value of false. Otherwise, it returns true.
If the above code is executed, a new browser window with a unique name will be opened, and the SiteSurfer applet tags will be written to that window's HTML display. The web browser will then parse that HTML to execute the SiteSurfer applet. To reiterate, the benefit here is that the SiteSurfer applet "owns" its own browser window, so it will not be overwritten by any other page, and it will not stop until the user physically closes that window.
The functions as stated above are copied verbatim from the script.htm sample HTML page generated by SiteSurfer Builder whenever you build an index for a site. The only missing thing is how to actually put these functions to good use in an HTML web page. All you have to do is add the following lines to the BODY area of the page: