“Calling All Components...”
A quick-and-easy guide to “calling” a Script-Component.
By Peter Pasho
June 01, 1999
Now...there’s a much easier way to “call” Script-Components! The following tutorial will help you get acquainted with the ScriptCaller Component. But before we start, mouse-over the ”Mouse Here” button to see what we’re going to do in just a few simple steps:
ScriptCaller has a Wizard to help you set-up your component! However, you’ll still need to become familiar with the ScriptCaller “Properties”, so I suggest that you go through the tutorial first. By doing so, you’ll know what to input in the Wizard dialog window. Click the ScriptCaller icon below to see what the Wizard looks like:
We get started by deciding which Script-Component we want to “call” (for a list of available Apollon Script-Components, go to the Components Page). In this tutorial, we decided to “call” the BrowserPopup-Component. We simply select and place the BrowserPopup Component somewhere on the page, and then we enter the parameters as noted by the “AFTER” image below (Click here if you need more help with setting up the BrowserPopup Component).
The “BEFORE” image is what you’ll initially see once you’ve placed the BrowserPopup on your page. The “AFTER” image shows you the parameters I entered into the BrowserPopup dialog-window: