Oh wow...

Hate to be the bearer of bad news Ryan, but not really....

You can attach an event listener to an area object, which you could
attempt to harness a fade, but that would require you to make a lot of
edits to the image maps.  Secondly, the entire page is one image, if
you take this approach, you're going to fade the whole bit, navigation
and all, not just the primary display image.

If you're going for this, I'd suggest breaking things out into more
standard HTML and abstract the content, (Your photos) into seperate
image files and go from there.

On Nov 20, 4:53 pm, ryan <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Hey,
> I've been making my simple websites in Dreamweaver and I was about to
> learn flash so I could simply have my pages fade from one to the
> next... but then my friend suggested script.aculo.
> Before I get in over my head, I was wondering if someone could tell me
> if this scripting can do the trick.
> My pages are just flat jpeg designs that have "hot spot" boxes on them
> to navigate you to the next page. The poor result is that my pages
> load from top to bottom while the jpeg loads. It's so 1994.
> Can I get my entire page to fade into the next page as is?
> http://www.ryanrobertsphotography.com/toy301.html
> Word, thank you if any one can help me.
> I've got a ton of pages to edit!
> Ryan
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