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Getting started

You’ll start the lesson by viewing an example of an HTML page that you’ll create based on a single .psd file. Several areas of the artwork react to mouse actions. For example, some areas of the image change appearance when the pointer “rolls over” them, or when you click one of the hotspots.

1.
Launch Adobe Bridge and click Lessons in the Favorites palette in the upper left corner of the browser window. Then double-click the Lesson14 folder in the preview area, then double-click the 14End folder.

2.
Right-click (Windows) or Control-click (Mac OS) the 14End.html file, and choose Open With from the contextual menu. Choose a Web browser to open the HTML file.

3.
Move the mouse pointer over the Web page, especially over the left side. Look for changes in the appearance of the image, and changes in the appearance of the pointer (from an arrow to a pointing hand).

Note

Links have not been configured for this page, so clicking these buttons will not open other Web pages.

4.
When you finish viewing the Web page, quit the Web browser.


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