IN THIS CHAPTER
Working with Web pages on the fly is central to Ajax. Chapter 10 covered working with Web pages using cascading style sheets. This chapter discusses another way of working with Web pages on the fly: dynamic HTML.
Dynamic HTML is a powerhouse of options for the Ajax programmer, and you're going to see the best of it in this chapter.
This first dynamic HTML example demonstrates the use of dynamic styles by using the onmouseover attribute to handle mouse rollovers. In this example, positioning the mouse over some text changes the text's size, enlarging it. You can see this example, mouseOver.html, in Figure 11.1.
When you position the mouse over the text in this application, that text gets enlarged, as shown in Figure 11.2.
This example simply uses the onmouseover attribute of a <span> element to change the font size:
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