Dang. Well, sounds too intense. I like using the whole background as
an object because then I can control the fonts and background images
without all the scripting which I don't have a good handle on.
Shoot. I assume Flash can do this somehow...
On Nov 21, 12:42 pm, Matt Foster <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> 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?
> > Word, thank you if any one can help me.
> > I've got a ton of pages to edit!
> > Ryan
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