14. Building Pages with Dynamic Elements

A common feature of modern websites is widespread user interactivity enabled by extensive use of CSS and JavaScript. This allows applications that run inside a web browser to offer the kind of responsiveness that was once reserved for native applications.

In Dreamweaver CS3, Adobe added a library of widgets to enable web builders to make their sites look like cutting-edge destinations. This library—also referred to as a framework—was named Spry. In Dreamweaver CS5, Adobe expanded the program’s ability to use other, more popular frameworks (Spry never really caught on outside Dreamweaver), such as jQuery. In Dreamweaver ...

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