Dreamweaver: Understanding Null Links
Null links are undesignated links.
They are needed to attach behaviors to text.
For example: Open a new document
and type out the word "link".
Now, going to the Behavior
Panel, click the plus sign (+) to access the drop down menu
and you'll notice most of the behaviors are unavailable. What
you wanted to launch a pop up window from the word "link"?
by hand but that's why we're using Dreamweaver: to avoid handcoding
To access the Behaviors, you need
to first create a null link out of the text "link".
You do this by selecting the word (in
this case "link") and going up to the Properties
Inspector, input the following line in the Link Field:
type the pound sign: #
Either way will work.
Now, after you've input either code
into the Link Field, go back to your Behaviors Palette and
click the plus sign (+) and notice how many new behaviors