Chapter 18. Toolbars, Tricks, and Interactive Design

As the Web grows, so does the variety of ways to accomplish any given site-design task. The days of simple HTML and GIF files are long gone. Despite the additional complications for designers, this is actually a good thing. By using gadgets such as pop-up layers and various kinds of responsive rollovers, Web designers can create sites that are more interactive and provide a significantly better user experience.

In this chapter, we look at a number of ways Dreamweaver lets you take advantage of the more advanced interactive elements available to today’s designers. We look at Flash Text and Flash buttons, which let you take advantage of the Macromedia Flash engine, without having to learn the Flash ...

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