We’ve removed the inline event handlers and replaced them with jQuery event handlers,separating the content and behavior. Now if we want to add more menu items,we don’t have to copy and paste the same batch of event handlers; instead, the event handler will automatically be added.
We have also moved the style rules for the hover effect into a CSS class, separating the behavior and presentation. If we want to change the styling for the hover effect later,we can just update the stylesheet instead of having to modify the markup.
While an “all in one” HTML file with on event attributes works fine in a small, simple page, it does n’t scale up very well. As your pages get more complex, separating presentation and behavior makes the code easier to maintain.
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