Chapter 8. Mixing Extension Types


If you have worked through all seven preceding chapters, you should now have a good understanding of the major extension types, what each requires, and what sort of tasks each is best at. In this chapter, we'll see how to go beyond the restrictions of individual extension types to access the functionality of one extension type from within the structure of another. Menu commands and floaters can insert objects and behaviors, object files can run commands, and so forth. All of this is possible within the Dreamweaver Application Programming Interface (API).



Dreamweaver MX Extensions
Dreamweaver MX Extensions
ISBN: 0735711828
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2001
Pages: 141
Authors: Laura Gutman

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