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Chapter 7. Enhancing the Capabilities of... > Adding Dynamic Effects and Behaviors...

Adding Dynamic Effects and Behaviors to a Web Page

You can add a class of Web components called dynamic effects to your pages to create an illusion of movement. With a few simple commands, you can create elements that flash on and off, change when your visitor positions the mouse pointer over them, or scroll across the screen.

Behaviors are a new feature of FrontPage 2003 that you use to insert professional scripting options on a Web page without doing any programming. These scripted behaviors include such things as changing the font, position, or border of a page element, moving to another page, playing a sound, displaying a message in a popup window, displaying text in the status bar, and exchanging images for other images. Depending on the tag element selected, these behaviors can occur when a page opens, when the visitor clicks or moves the mouse pointer over an element, when an error occurs, when a key is pressed, or when other events occur.


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