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Microsoft script technologies, VBScript and JScript, were released in 1996. JScript was a part of Internet Explorer 3, and was available for server-side scripting in Internet Information Server. Web developers attempted to optimize websites for both Internet Explorer and Netscape Navigator, but technical obstacles and differences between the Netscape and Microsoft technologies lead to the use of "best viewed in Netscape" and "best viewed in Internet Explorer" logos that characterized the early browser war years.