Note:

Spry widgets are replaced with jQuery widgets in Dreamweaver CC and later. While you can still modify existing spry widgets on your page, you cannot add new spry widgets.

The Spry framework is a JavaScript library that provides web designers with the ability to build web pages that offer richer experiences to their site visitors. With Spry, you can use HTML, CSS, and a minimal amount of JavaScript to incorporate XML data into your HTML documents, create widgets such as accordions and menu bars, and add different kinds of effects to various page elements. The Spry framework is designed so that markup is simple and easy to use for those who have basic knowledge of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.

The Spry framework is meant primarily for users who are web design professionals or advanced nonprofessional web designers. It is not intended as a full web application framework for enterprise-level web development (though it can be used in conjunction with other enterprise-level pages).

For more information on the Spry framework, see www.adobe.com/go/learn_dw_spryframework.

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