page and/or on a web server. It is used to create special
effects within a web page. Elements such as links, images and
forms can be manipulated using this powerful technology.
HTML code. It can also reside on your server and be called from
a small code within your web page.
This powerful scripting language can be used to create special
effects on your web page such as link effects, mouseovers, image
roll overs, navigational systems and much more.
Here are a few great scripts to get you started:
better known as DHTML. It will enable you to have a mouseover
navigational menu at the top of your web page. When you place
your mouse over the main menu, a drop down menu will appear. As
you move your mouse over the drop down menu, each selection is
highlighted. This navigation menu is very similar to the menu
used at Microsoft.com.
Dynamic Splash Screen
If you’ve ever wanted to set up a splash screen for your web
page, Dynamic Splash Screen will do just that. Splash pages can
be used to tell your visitors a little bit about your site or
whatever you’d like. The great thing about this script is that
it is constructed using a single page. Once the splash messages
have been completed, the script will navigate to the URL of your
choice. It also includes a link on the splash page that says,
“Skip Intro.” Nice effect.
Pausing Up and Down Menu Scroller
This nice little script will enable you to have linked text that
scrolls upwards and will pause between each message. You can
choose to include a background image and customize the
background color and box size. This script provides a nice way
to announce new additions to your site or whatever you’d like.
Create mouseover popup boxes for your text links. This great
script can be used to include information about the links, tips
or whatever you’d like. It can create simple mouseover popup
boxes or can even create a popup box that will stay open until
the user wants to close it. The boxes can also be displayed with
or without a caption and colors can be customized. This is a
great little script.
Although this script won’t completely protect your page content,
it will deter those wanting to steal your code. When you right
click on your mouse, an alert box will appear. You can include a
message of your choice.
Right Click Menu
This nifty little script not only helps prevent your code from
being stolen, but it also creates a pop up navigation menu. When
you right click on your mouse, instead of the browser menu
appearing, your menu will appear. This little menu can contain
live links to other pages on your web site.
This simple little script will enable you to rotate banners on
your web page. You simply add your banner information to the
code and place this script within your web page where you’d like
your banners to display. Each time your page loads, a new banner
will be displayed. Great little script.
This script will enable you to display a daily tip on your web
site. You can program it with tips for the entire month and they
will automatically display each day.
FairWell Window Launcher
Although popup windows can be irritating, this script is a
little different. It will launch a new window when your visitor
leaves your site. What’s great about this script is that it will
only appear the first time someone visits your web site. If you
offer your visitors a free publication, try placing your
subscription information within this new window. This provides a
great way to increase subscriptions to your publication.
Locating DHTML Scripts: http://www.dynamicdrive.com/
site, there are many scripts that your visitors may find
irritating. Try to avoid scripts such as mouse trailers,
mouseover sounds, mouseover pop up windows and mouseover
redirects. Carefully select scripts that will enhance your
visitors experience and encourage them to return in the future.