JQuery :: Make A Background Fadeout To A Semi Transparent State After Upload?
Dec 5, 2011
For a college assignment, i have been tasked to create a web page that includes a fading background. (It must become semi transparent once the page has loaded,and remain until a new page is selected. I want to use a similar concept [URL]. However instead of fading out to black, i need it to fade out to white (between 10-15% image opacity).
I would also need a similar central, transparent, scrollable frame/div (where each page will load up within and like the above link,i need a different background image to each page.
i have been tasked to create a web page that includes a fading background. (It must become semi transparent once the page has loaded,and remain until a new page is selected. I want to use a similar concept to: [URL]. However instead of fading out to black, i need it to fade out to white (between 10-15% image opacity). I would also need a similar central, transparent, scrollable frame/div (where each page will load up within and like the above link,i need a different background image to each page.
I use sprites for rollover effects so the hover attribute just changes the background image position. Everything works cool with the rollovers. What I would like to do, is make a text link that when rolled over will change a separate background image to it's hover state. I should add, that the the rollover image has it's own div and is separate from where the text link is located. To get a visual you can check the website [URL] In the body section I would like to make each of the dark red section titles a link that when rolled over will change the hover state of the corresponding "more" button.
I've been looking all over the place in order to find a script like they use on Foliostars, where you see a sliding semi-transparant text layer over a thumbnail image when you hover. how to achieve this using JS or an Ajax framework (preferably JQuery)?
I am working on an ajax application to upload and download encrypted files (AES, 128 bit). The encryption has to be on the client side before sending it to the server.
I would like to make a table or a div with a transparent background. The solution found does work only with FireFox using a png image. The second one works with IE and FireFox but make the text inside the div be transparent. Code:
I am assuming that this is an issue with the js on my index page:
The main menu on this page has a sub-menu under "About". I've tried changing the CSS for the menu in order to make that sub-menu background be 50% transparent, but nothing is fixing it. I see things about "fade" within the js code, but I just don't see how to set how far it fades in or out.
I have a large image which contains different sections. I can scroll this up and down a certain amount. however, I want to cut the display to only a small square of the large image, and hide the rest. Think of a slot machine, the wheel is spinning but you only see a small area in front of you. How do I achieve this in jquery?
i saw this nice image fades on the nivo slider >>how are these part transparent tile-fades made?and is it possible to cut out a transparent static part from a JPG with jQuery?(like a rectangle part on the JPG is transparent made with jQuery)
How can I load the window with transparent background using window.openDialog() in firefox browser ;Inside this dialog , I am loading a html page whose width and height is not known already . So I will load this html page using window.openDialog having width and height of dialog more than html page .
There is a big wide problem that with IE6, PNG images display this horrible grey or white background when it's transparent. It looks ugly, but I can't seem to find a way to solve it. I've searched on google and copied scripts, inserted them in to the document I wish for the png to be completely transparent but it's still not working. I would normally just leave it, but as I want the site to look professional and the transparent png is essential to the data being displayed, I've been trying to find solutions to it.
I realise that most users have upgraded to IE 7 / IE 8 which supports transparent png images but there's got to be a small percentage of users who use IE6. I can't just say "sorry you'll have to upgrade your browser to view the data properly" obviously, so I'm trying to find solutions. I've tried using spacer.gif but that doesnt work (but it does when on table designed pages), so I found some scripts:
I'm trying to sort a countdown clock for my website: [URL] My vision of it was a transparent background, Blue text and a simple Day : Hour : Minute : Second Layout. I found a free .js countdown clock at [URL] I havn't used .js much
but it always returned the value "transparent" instead of the "red" color rgb 255,0,0. I also tried "backgroundColor" and it did not work either "transparent". How to get back the correct background color?
in order to fade the background of a div. The content in this div I'd like to have without transparency. In IE this is the case, but in Firefox the content also is transparent with 0.8.I tried to apply fade with 1 to the content but that did not work ...