- You should copy the script "as it is" (in text, source code mode) to the page you would like to include it.
- To make the applet work in the new page: introduce the minimum modifications that allows it to run in the page. See also this resource.
- You should consider changing its behavior by adding more of the same.
For example: suppose you got a script that let a person click in one button and open a page in a new window. To create a toolbar with buttons opening different pages in a new window all that is needed to do is to add more button type elements in the form, one after the other.
- You should consider combining different scripts in the same page.
For example: suppose you got a script to check fields in a form and you adapted it to your form. But, you would like to provide instructions to the person filling the form. You could add the "press a button script and see a pop up window" to the page with the form validation script and you would be done.
- Finally, if what you want cannot be acomplished by "more of the same" and combinations, try looking for analogies, examples, specially in the utilities and others type of Applets.