Dynamic HTML black book by Natanya Pitts-Moultis; C C Sanders; Ramesh Chandak

By Natanya Pitts-Moultis; C C Sanders; Ramesh Chandak

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An event of course. A Full Event Model An inherent part of any graphical interface is its event model. A user clicking a hyperlink is an event that causes a new page to load. In previous HTML and browser versions the supported events were few and far between and there was little control over those events that did exist. Microsoft’s DOM includes what the company dubs a Full Event Model. This means that a new variety of events is recognized by the browser and can be tied to scripts causing the scripts to execute when a specific event occurs.

Through the CDF Web authors can exert detailed control over how a site is “Webcast”; creating a CDF file is the only action required for a regular Web site to evolve into a push mechanism. The CDF acts as a single file that indexes a site’s content. At the most basic level a CDF file contains little more than a list of URLs pointing to Web sites. Advanced CDF files might include in addition to directive URLs title/abstract information that describes individual items of content a schedule indicating when content is to be updated and a hierarchical organization of the URLs that explain how the Web site is structured.

In general the demo creates several different groups of images and text and then drops or slides them in to create effects we’re more accustomed to seeing on multimedia CD-ROMs. Although this is a very simplistic description of the concept behind layers it serves our present purpose as we discuss different ways to create dynamic pages. Now for a reality check. 0 where the effects are not nearly as exciting. 0. An on-screen message that you need to upgrade or change your browser isn’t what most users want to see.

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