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Two way Slideshow Runs an image slideshow in the background of the page, underneath the page content. Used with the accompanying style script, images are discretely positionable in the page space, just like a regular slideshow. Leave out the style script, and the slideshow runs with full page-space presentation. IE 4.0+ or NS 6.0 (degrades gracefully in others).


Category: Image, Slideshow

Floating Slide Show Script This JavaScript combines the floating and swapping effects together.


Category: Image, Slideshow

Matrix Background Animation The effect will create a matrix effect by using images.


Pictures in Layers This JavaScript will display picture in a layer when visitors click images and this layer will disappear when it is clicked.


Category: Image

Slideshow using the \'Fade\' filter(IE) With IE's multimedia filters, have a quick and easy way to add interesting visual effects to content on your page. You need IE5.5+ to see the transitional effect, though the slideshow itself works in all browsers.


Category: Image, Rotation

Image Zoom Out In this JavaScript, when you move or click on an image, the image size will decrease gradually (i.e the image will zoom out) and will finally disappear.


Category: Image, Image viewer

Type keyword to visit To visit any page, you must type a specified address.


Category: Link

Fading Link onMouseover This JavaScript makes JavaScript link change color when user move mouse over it. In addition, you just need put this JavaScript code into your web page, the effect automatically checks objects which are JavaScript link before affected. Very nice.


Category: Link, Rainbow

N-level Context Menu script Display a custom JavaScript menu in place of the default context JavaScript menu when you right click the mouse, with this JavaScript.


DHTML Rollovers The demonstration JavaScript menu bar above is produced solely by a style sheet in the HEAD section, plus HTML, and uses a JavaScript to switch styles when the mouse is passed over the items in the menu. There is no need for graphics at all. Unfortunately it only works with Internet Explorer 4 and later, so it is not of much use at present.

Note: If you use this JavaScript, make sure it is placed after the items in the menu, not in the HEAD of the document.


Category: Menu

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