IN THIS CHAPTER
Working with interactive buttons
Using SharePoint Designer behaviors
Using page transitions
Dynamic effects on Web pages are driven by events. An event is an action that a user who browses to the Web page takes. For example, a user may move the mouse over a certain area or section of the Web page or click a certain HTML tag on the Web page. Most such user actions are categorized into events that can be associated with an HTML tag. When such an event happens, the Web site designer is given control on the operation that needs to be performed for that event. Most common events are onmouseover, onmouseout, onclick, onkeydown, ondlbclick, etc. Using a client-side script, a designer can program what operation should be performed when an event occurs.
SharePoint Designer carries forward one of the key features of dynamic Web page development from FrontPage ...