be added to HTML to enhance webpages. They deal with more object oriented
new tags and watching it morph to HTML4.0 and DHTML, many found that HTML
to many other languages) was created to add new options to webpages.
as adding clocks, forms, password protection (not too powerful though),
mouseovers, menus, and many more have been unleashed since the creation of
this great languange.
find where you want it to show up or when you want it to load and you
place it in the appropriate place in the HTML file. To learn more about
the specified even happens. onLoad, onMouseOver, onMouseOut, onClick are
just a few events. Look down to bottom bar of your browser (it's called
your status bar). If you see the words 'Hi! How are you?' you're in good
onMouseOver="window.status='The colorbox';return true;"
onMouseOut="window.status='';return true;">go look at this</a>
Here's an example of that:
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So, when the event (the mouse cursor points to the anchor) happens, the
command in the double quotes is executed. So, when the mouse goes over
the link, "window.status='The colorbox';return true;" happens. Which
means that the words "The colorbox" will appear in the status bar. Easy
enough. You can do onMouseOver, onMouseOut, and onClick for links. You
can do onLoad for the body tag, which will set the message in the status
bar when you load the page. Well, that's enough for you to chew over.