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II. Improving Your Web Page > 9. DHTML: Adding Interactivity

Chapter 9. DHTML: Adding Interactivity

The average Web surfer has clicked through thousands of Web pages. Your visitors have seen it all, and getting them to notice your site and its content can be a challenge. One trick still seems to grab the attention of even the most jaded reader: action. FrontPage lets you animate page elements in response to visitors’ clicks and the pages they visit. For instance, if a mouse passes over a button, you can make the button pop up and become 3-dimensional. Or if a visitor clicks on the name of a neighborhood—poof!—a map of the area can suddenly appear out of nowhere.

FrontPage makes it easy to bring your pages to life. Animating Web elements used to require complex scripting, but once again, FrontPage saves you from all that by providing you with easy-to-use dialog boxes.


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