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Part: II Static Web Page Development > Using Dreamweaver Behaviors

Chapter 10. Using Dreamweaver Behaviors

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As we've progressed through the book, we've touched on topics such as client-side web pages and server-side applications. In the previous chapter, we mentioned that HTML forms are the stepping stone for working with server-side applications but still remain an integral part of client-side web page development. What we haven't touched on, however, are the three building blocks that make up client-side web pages or the functionality and look with which the end user interacts. At the foundation of client-side development lies the first block, HTML/XHTML. Everything we do on the web, to a certain extent, revolves around HTML/XHTML. Dreamweaver, by definition, is a tool for creating HTML/XHTML pages for the web. The second building block, discussed in some detail in Chapter 7, “Advanced Page Formatting Using Style Sheets,” is CSS. As we've seen, style sheets control the overall look and appearance of HTML/XHTML pages and again, are significantly supported by Dreamweaver. The third and final block to client-side web page development, JavaScript, has yet to be discussed.


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