In Chapter 16, you learned about the basic building blocks for creating a dynamic Web site. These include relatively simple tasks, such as changing an object's position and visibility. Now, it is time to combine those techniques to not only change objects spatially, but also add a temporal element so that objects change over time. This process lets you animate objects and enables users to interact more extensively with the objects.
In this chapter we'll look at ways to do the following:
We'll also look at how to make changes to the browser window so that it is located exactly where you need it while you're working.