If you hope to build successful interactive Web sites, you can't avoid learning which tag/event combinations work in which browsers. Over 95 percent of Web surfers today, however, use versions 4 or greater of Netscape Navigator or Internet Explorer, so this book concentrates on behaviors that work with those browsers. Fortunately, these behaviors also work with most other modern browsers like Safari or Firefox.
Refer to the following pages, which list and explain the most common and useful HTML tags and events that work in these browsers, whenever you apply a behavior.
Each entry shows you the name of the event as you'll see it listed in the Behaviors panel, a plain-English description of what that event really means, and the list of tags to which this event is most commonly applied. See Figure 11-3 for the visual representations of those HTML tags. For example, you'll find out that ...