Without careful design, it may not be apparent to users which items on the page they can click on or otherwise interface with to make something happen.
It is worth trying to use a consistent style throughout an application to show which page elements cause server requests or some other dynamic activity.This is somewhat reminiscent of the way that hypertext links in HTML pages tend to be styled differently than plain text so that it’s clear to a user that they perform an additional function.
At the expense of a little more coding effort, instructions and information about active elements can be incorporated in ToolTip-style popups. This is, of course, especially important when a click on an active link can have a major effect on the application’s state. Figure shows an example of such a pop-up information box.
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Anatomy Of A Website
Writing Web Pages In Html
Sending Requests Using Http
Server-side Programming In Php
A Brief Introduction To Xml
Anatomy Of An Ajax Application
The Xmlhttprequest Object
Talking With The Server
Using The Returned Data
Our First Ajax Application
Returning Data As Text
Ahah-asynchronous Html And Http
Returning Data As Xml
Web Services And The Rest Protocal
Web Services Using Saop
The Prototype.js Toolkit
Using Xoad 193
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