9. Adding Interactive Behaviors

One of the great advantages of Web pages over printed pages is their ability to respond to viewers’ actions. Triggered by a cursor motion or click, buttons can change colors, images swap out, and messages pop up. Of course, such behaviors can cut both ways, driving away instead of inviting visitors. When used with restraint and clear purpose, however, interactivity can beckon viewers to stick around and further explore your site.

Creating Interactive Buttons

Expression Web makes it a breeze to generate professional looking buttons that interact with the visitor’s cursor. Even better, you can go back and edit their style and labels at any time, and replacement images are generated automatically. If you’re looking ...

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