I've been taking a look at an old project I've never been completely happy with. It's a site for a restaurant, and I want to add a menu. Being limited by fixed width and all, I'm thinking of using the Open Browser Window feature found in Dreamweaver's Behaviors panel. I recently learned (here) how to do that, and like the way it works with pdf files, et cetera. But on this particular page it won't seem to work.
Here's a link, if it helps: http://www.daveharrison.info/cafeLaBellitalia
Thanks for taking a look, and for any advice you can offer.
There are no behaviors on that page.
You are the one who taught me this in the first place. I know there are no behaviors on that page. I wanted to leave them off so you could see how the cherubs wings are supposed to flutter. If I add the behavior it seems to kill the cherubs.
If I add the behavior it seems to kill the cherubs.
>One that stops animating after a set number of iterations would be nice.
I couldn't agree more. Movement on a webpage is useful to draw the visitors attention to something important. In this case, it only ends up being a distraction when you are trying to read the content on the page. They are cute though.
I think it's a focus problem. When new document opens in a new browser window, the focus shifts away from the parent page and the animated script stops running. I don't think you can overcome this.