If you want to present anything more than static images and text on your Web page, you will need to script it. Scripting allows you to add code to tell the Web page when to perform an action in reaction to an event. With scripts, you have the power to sense events that happen on the screen, such as the mouse pointer passing over a graphic, and then have the Web page perform a particular action (or reaction really), for example, change the graphic just rolled over.

 

In this tutorial, Jason shows you how to add JavaScript to your page using Dreamweaver MX or MS 2004 using the <script> container; how to ensure that users without JavaScript can see content with the <noscript> container, and also how to link to external .js files using DMX and MX 2004