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Software Review:ExperTelligence

MSIE and Me After re-installing the program several times with the same result, I decided that it was time to install it on a different machine. Still no MSIE, but at least I was back in business with WebberActive. This doesn't take anything away from the WebberActive product, but it does show how the dependence on another company's products can be detrimental. If you are used to using an HTML editor, you will find WebberActive's GUI to be very familiar. Color-coded HTML is presented on the right side of the WebberActive window, while the left side features the Channel/Scripting tree showing all the objects on the page (See Figure 2). The HTML editor window features multi-level undo/redo; a very handy feature!
Main Window
Figure 2. WebberActive's main window features a color-coded HTML editor.
WebberActive supports all tags and attributes for HTML 2, HTML 3.2, HTML 4.0, Internet Explorer extensions, and Netscape Extensions, and enables the developer to use the feature set based on the DTD they choose to use (Realize, though, that if you use WebberActive to generate script, it will be JavaScript which may not work in any browser other than MSIE). An example of this is the code WebberActive generated to change the background color by moving the mouse over an image named "wdimage":
 <SCRIPT Language="JavaScript" For="wdimage" Event="onmouseover( )"> <!-- // Purpose: document.bgColor = "AQUA" //--> </SCRIPT> 
This works very well using MSIE, and was extremely easy to create using WebberActive, but it doesn't do anything using Netscape's Navigator4.0.


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