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ARTICLES & TUTORIALS FOR DHTML DEVELOPMENT: A DHTML Programmers' Collection of Links to Intermediate DHTML Tutorials & Guides to DHTML for those who Already Code in DHTML.

DHTML
Once you have set up the HTML (using a few workarounds for bugs), you can reference the positioned element. You can then use that reference to change the visibility, position, background colour, z-index, clipping and size of the positioned element. You can even rewrite the contents of the positioned element or create new positioned elements after the page has loaded. DHTML also allows you to change the background colour of the whole document and change the display style of ANY element.

DHTML Example: Text Link Color Flips
Here are two examples of what I mean by a Text Flip. Look at the two bits of text just below this paragraph. Both are links, both will color change, but notice the one on the right looks like straight text to start. That's because the two links are created differently from one another. Now, without clicking, roll your pointer over the two links and watch the show but hold your applause until the end.

DHTML DOM Objects
The HTML DOM is a W3C standard and it is an abbreviation for the Document Object Model for HTML. The HTML DOM defines a standard set of objects for HTML, and a standard way to access and manipulate HTML documents

Dynamic DHTML Scroller
The tutorial will explain the process of creating a Dynamic DHTML scroller with data drawn from a database. The tutorial is easy to follow and you will not need to code either ASP or DHTML. Dreamweaver and it's extensions will do the job for us. We will use ASP, VBScript with Access2000 database for behind the scenes jobs and use Cross Browser Autoscroller to achieve the DHTML effect

Collections and Styles
In this tutorial we get to grips with element collections held in the DOM, and dynamic use of styles. The code examples work in IE5, with its strong DHTML capabilities, and a small number also work in Netscape 4.

Dynamic DHTML Scroller
The tutorial will explain the process of creating a Dynamic DHTML scroller with data drawn from a database. The tutorial is easy to follow and you will not need to code either ASP or DHTML. Dreamweaver and it's extensions will do the job for us. We will use ASP, VBScript with Access2000 database for behind the scenes jobs and use Cross Browser Autoscroller to achieve the DHTML effect

Collections and Styles
In this tutorial we get to grips with element collections held in the DOM, and dynamic use of styles. The code examples work in IE5, with its strong DHTML capabilities, and a small number also work in Netscape 4.

DHTML Tree
Uses DHTML, CSS, and JavaScript to make a Navagation Tree. Small Code.

DHTML Utopia: Modern Web Design Using JavaScript & DOM
Build fancy DHTML effects that can be instantly reused in any project. Learn to code accessible JavaScript that won't trouble older browsers. Make search engine friendly, multi-level, drop-down navigation menus. Build dynamic Web applications using remote scripting techniques/AJAX. DHTML Utopia: Modern Web Design Using JavaScript & DOM will teach you to create slick, interactive and usable Websites that work across all browsers and platform

 

How to add a link to an object in Quicker?
You can add a link to button and movie clip in SWF Quicker. The following tutorial is to show how to add an URL link to a button. If you want to add email link to a button, choose this button and input following code in the Action panel. (Note: the following code is just an example. You need to change the email address to your own when you add email link to your button.)

- simple preloader
In the blank document, rename Layer 1 as Bottom Border, add a keyframe in Frame 1 to place a background border.Create a new layer 2, rename it as Banner Frame, and add a keyframe in Frame 1 to put a banner.(Now a background frame in layers 1 (Bottom Border) and 2 (Banner Frame) has finished.)

How to use load movie function?
Want to load external resourses and swf files? Here is little tutorial to show how you can use to load the movie function in Quiker.

Creat a spotlight effect
Want to create a mask motion? You will learn the basic skills in this course to become familiar with SWF Quicker so that you can create simple yet impressive animations.

Manipulating a XML file using DHTML
In this tutorial, we look at using DHTML to retrieve and display a XML file. This is useful when you need a client side method of including XML files on your webpages

Cool DHTML Tooltip
This is a practical, elegant DHTML tooltip script. Use it to display additional information about a link or any other element when the mouse moves over it. A customizable tooltip pops up, which works in all modern DHTML browsers- IE4+, NS6+, and Opera 7+. Three interesting features of this script are

Cool DHTML Tooltip II
Fancy tooltips with an "arrow" pointer are commonly found in desktop applications. Well, now you can add a similarly looking tooltip to your webpage! Similar in function to Cool DHTML Tooltip, the script works in IE4+, NS6+, and Opera 7+. Note that the pointer image disappears if the tooltip is too close to the edges of the browser window

Working with Dynamic Page Layout
You can simplify your cross-browser functions by using a conditional operator rather than an If-Then-Else command block. For example, you can replace the following command block:

- Working with Dynamic Content and Styles
Internet Explorer provides another way of working with dynamic content: the TextRange object. The TextRange object "selects" blocks of text on the page. You can create TextRange objects from the following tags:

Working with Special Effects
Creating Rollovers, Menus, Filters, and Transitions using DHTML. It is only for intermediate level users

Working with the Event Model
Creating a Drag-and-Drop Shopping Cart for Games Etc. using DHTML. It is only for intermediate level users

Working with Windows and Frames
Enhancing a Web Site with Interactive Windows for your websites interface. It is only possible to use the DHtml

DHTML Layer Mover
Speed controlled. Moves a layer to a specified point at a predefined speed. It has made possible by DHTML

Dynamic HTML
DHTML has been lauded as one of the most important shifts in the Web platform. As a next-generation of browser capabilities, DHTML portends to make the Web a much richer platform for applications and interactivity. What is DHTML? How will it be used? What are the challenges in its adoption?

Developing Web pages using Simple DHTML
Fundamentally, DHTML behaviors represent the marriage of cascading style sheet (CSS) formatting and HTML Components functionality. You can assign DHTML behaviors to any element found on an HTML page, offering incredible flexibility in content presentation

Special Effects with DHTML Rollovers
It’s common knowledge that JavaScript image rollover scripts became very popular in the early days of the Internet. While some people feel rollover effects have become perhaps, cliché, there are many ways to build upon simple rollover effects using JavaScript and style sheets. For the purpose of this tutorial, we’ll focus on several effects and the basics of how to set up images for creating rollover special effects with DHTML

DHTML Style Menu
This is a fully dynamic button style menu with a secondary drop down menu. This also used page linking. This code was NOT generated by an HTML editor like most image swap programs. If it looks a little VB'esc its because I wrote it first in VBScript

IRC colors and font styles in DHTML control !
Sample with small module which can help you if you writing new IRC client. It shows how to convert irc colors (ex. 4 for red) to HTML code which can be entered to DHTML control. Just take a look a screenshot. The IRC chatters know what this code does.

Show and Hide
The following example demonstrates how to show and hide div and layers on IE and netscape. Just place it on an html page and play with it to understand.

Drag & Drop Sortable using (DHTML)
In Web applications [I've] seen numerous — and personally implemented a few — ways to rearrange items in a list. All of those were indirect interactions typically involving something like up/down arrows next to each item. The most heinous require server roundtrips for each

Creating a DHTML Interaction with Fireworks and Dreamweaver
In this tutorial, you will create a simple quiz interaction using Fireworks’ export to CSS option and the Dreamweaver Show-Hide Layers behavior. Few software programs enable you to create interactivity without having to do any scripting, but Dreamweaver is one of them. When you add the Fireworks export to CSS layers feature to the workflow, you have an easy way to add graphics into the interaction

DHTML
Learn about the DHTML. A complete tutorial which will lead to you from beginner to professional level. Visit this site to increase your level

 

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