Let's say I have an static HTML page with a .JS include somewhere to an *external file*, located on a different webserver. (This is pretty common on weblog services like allconsuming.net or haloscan.com, where they have personalized .JSs and you basically include your designated .JS on your page)
Let's say it's a pretty small piece of code, like 1K or something, for rendering a small text.
Let's say the user request your HTML the page and so the script tries to load the external .JS file but there is *any kind of problem* with the server or the connection so the .JS code doesn't arrive for 10, 30 or 60 seconds (or never).
What are the effects on the page from the user point of view? Does anything displays at all if the .JS does not load? Depends on the browser? (Let's say the .JS is inside a very big table).
Is there any option for changing the "timeout" of this .JS request at all? What is the "standard" time out for a situation like this?
If you need any clarification, please ask.
Thanks in advance,