Examining existing behaviors


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Examining existing behaviors

When creating a behavior, it's fairly standard to create two files: the Action file and its related JavaScript. Now in reality, one file would do, but it's a pretty common practice to put all the JavaScript called by the Action file into a separate JavaScript document. The Action file contains a form that will serve as the behavior's user interface. You can see that user interface anytime you've use the behavior and you enter in different parameters for that behavior. So in order to really get a good feel for what I am describing here, we are going to go ahead and open up an existing behavior. We will open up both Action file and the corresponding JavaScript file.

So I am going to go to File and choose Open. Now if you are on a Mac, click on Applications and browse to find Adobe Dreamweaver CS3. If you are on a PC, you will go to your Program Files and you will go in the Adobe folder and you will find Adobe Dreamweaver CS3. Now from there, it's pretty much the same ...

Examining existing behaviors
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Examining existing behaviors provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by James Williamson as part of the Dreamweaver CS3 Beyond the Basics

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Web
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Dreamweaver
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