By: Danilo Celic on Monday, March 1, 2004
Showing and hiding layers based upon user interaction — such as mousing over images or links, or clicking buttons — can be implemented with point-and-click ease using Dreamweaver's Show-Hide Layers behavior. However, if you want to go beyond these types of interactions, the built-in behavior falls a little short. This series of tutorials will show you how a little hand-coding can extend the functionality of the Show-Hide Layers behavior. You may want to treat your visitors that arrived from Google to a free shipping deal, or perhaps your email marketing campaign sends your visitor deep into your site, but they may wander from that page and you want to remind them about the great deal that they would get on your latest, greatest widget with chrome plating. In Part 3, you will learn how to show a layer based upon the page that a visitor arrives from.
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