June - 2004
The intention with this booklet is to provide newcomers and experienced GoLive users with a better understanding of the use of Actions in GoLive (GL) and better understanding on how the Script Library work.
If you like to go in deeper with GL and have more samples. I suggest you purchase one of the great books written on GL 7 (If any).
Many of the features will work in previous versions of GL.
You are all on your own on these pages, NO support will be offered at all.
Mads Rasmussen - Author
- What are GL Actions?
- Action Palette Atomiced
- Actions Palettes
- Body Actions
- Text Links
- Form Links.
- Image Links.
- Head Actions.
- Timeline Editor
- GoLive Script Library - CSScriptLib.js
- Actions Used Where?
- Action Browser Support.
- Action Validation
- Stripping the volume of pages and validation hereof
- Updating Actions
- Troubleshooting Actions
- Fragments of the DHTML Time Line editor
- DHTML menu.
- Form Validation
- Netscape CSS Fix.action
- Not a Pop-up page and then again...
- OnCall - ShowHide.action - Action Group.action Explanation.
- Open a New Window Actions.
- Set Image URL.action
- Slide Show
- Redirect Second Time Visitors
- Browser Window Chrome
- Add Type to <script> tag in Web Settings
- Actions Conflicts and Actions Changed
Actions zip (You will need it)
Be sure to the read the "Read Me File".
Nini Tjäder for good advise.
This is written in and for Adobe GoLive 7.02.
I have chosen to use "Write Code into Page", so you are able to see how the code looks like in the Source.
I could have chosen the PDF format in favor of the HTML format. But, firstly, I hate PDF and secondly, this site is about GoLive CS which is my favorite application and for the web, so HTML comes natural.
"Adobe GoLive CS Actions for Newbies" - first edition
Publisher Mads Rasmussen - June 2004
Author/Layout: Mads Rasmussen
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