Text that is displayed in the browser, when a visitor rolls the mouse over an image.
An animated gif is a moving version of the Graphics Interchange Format that is used extensively on the web for logos and flat color images. Animated gifs can be built with image editing programs such as Photoshop, by putting different elements together on layers, tweening them together and then exporting the graphic as an animated gif via Adobe Image Ready.
Allows a web site owner to set up anonymous FTP access for external users to upload, or download, files over the internet. Usually a special folder on the web server is reserved for this so that the rest of the web server remains secure.
AP DIVs are solely a function of Dreamweaver, not a part of XHTML or CSS. Although, CSS DIVs are a part of the XHTML spec, and they ultimately provide more control over Web page design.
An applet is a kind of mini application that can be downloaded over the internet and launched on the user"s computer.
A server scripting language promoted by Microsoft and used by the Dreamweaver to connect with a database.
Assets are elements such as images, music clips, or movies that you incorporate into your site. You can manage your assets easily in the Assets panel.
A format of sound file.