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Old 08-28-2008, 06:46 AM   #1
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what i want to do is add the "appear" behavior to a single letter on my page, problem is that the command "onLOAD" doesnt seem to exist in my menu. i have other "on" options, but i saw the onLOAD behavior on a tutorial and it would work perfectly... thanks for any responses.


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Old 08-28-2008, 06:51 AM   #2
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what i want to do is add the "appear" behavior to a single letter on my page, problem is that the command "onLOAD" doesnt seem to exist in my menu. i have other "on" options, but i saw the onLOAD behavior on a tutorial and it would work perfectly... thanks for any responses.


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Not sure if this is it but are you showing behaviours for all browsers? There is a choice somewhere. Which vers of DW are you using?
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Old 08-28-2008, 09:18 PM   #3
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awesome. yeah i had to check "4.0 and later browsers". will that work for most people? i really appreciate the reply
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Old 08-29-2008, 01:14 AM   #4
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The 4 browsers are obsolete. Some, like myself, doesn't even give the 5 browser a second thought. You must be using an old version of DW.
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Old 08-29-2008, 06:53 AM   #5
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The 4 browsers are obsolete. Some, like myself, doesn't even give the 5 browser a second thought. You must be using an old version of DW.
Domedia is right. If your using an older DW, select the browsers as high as it will let you and just don't worry about it.

Glad it worked for you though.
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Old 08-30-2008, 06:54 AM   #6
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thanks for the replies. i got it to work once but this is still giving me problems. im using CS3 9.0. mine says you can "show events for"...

4.0 and later browsers
html 4.01
IE 4.0
IE 5.0
IE 5.5
IE 6.0
Netscape 4.0
Netscape 6.0

heres what i do... draw an ap div, type some text inside, select it in design view and also in the behaviors dialogue box, and choose appear. it is set to onClick by default. but no matter which browser i select to the events for, the onLoad behavior doesnt show up as an option. maybe im not looking in the right place or something...
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Old 08-30-2008, 08:35 AM   #7
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thanks for the replies. i got it to work once but this is still giving me problems. im using CS3 9.0. mine says you can "show events for"...

4.0 and later browsers
html 4.01
IE 4.0
IE 5.0
IE 5.5
IE 6.0
Netscape 4.0
Netscape 6.0

heres what i do... draw an ap div, type some text inside, select it in design view and also in the behaviors dialogue box, and choose appear. it is set to onClick by default. but no matter which browser i select to the events for, the onLoad behavior doesnt show up as an option. maybe im not looking in the right place or something...
onLoad may not be an option (although I think it should be). Why not set your behaviour up as onClick, go into code view, find the code and swap onClick for onLoad? That will tell you if it will work or not.
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Old 08-30-2008, 06:13 PM   #8
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tried it, but it doesnt show up when i preview it. however now that ive entered it in code view it has saved onLoad as an option in design view, but when i try to use it there i get this...
"onLoad is not a valid event for the DIV tag. Please check for spelling errors, or choose a different browser or specification from the Show Events For menu."

i have found that i cant add the appear onLoad to DIVs, only to images... weird, seems like you should be able to get your div on.
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tried it, but it doesnt show up when i preview it. however now that ive entered it in code view it has saved onLoad as an option in design view, but when i try to use it there i get this...
"onLoad is not a valid event for the DIV tag. Please check for spelling errors, or choose a different browser or specification from the Show Events For menu."

i have found that i cant add the appear onLoad to DIVs, only to images... weird, seems like you should be able to get your div on.
I must admit to not having used behaviours for a while. I thought they applied to layers/apdivs but maybe not proper (relative) DIV Tags. Does it work in a browser when you view it?
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Old 09-03-2008, 02:32 AM   #10
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no nothing happens when i preview the page. i changed the text that i was having problems with to an image and the behavior works just fine
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