I recently been reading a code for a moving jpeg file. as im designing a webpage and the gif format looks rubbish when i use it. [URL] however i cant seem to get the thing to work. ive made sure the code has the directory for JavaLogo.class file and for the jpeg i wana use and that their in the same folder. ive told it how big the frames are but all i get in frontpage when ive entered all that is a blue J that doesnt move.
I want to do a check on whether the broswer has finished loading the jpeg before showing the jpeg file to the user. I wish to replace the jpeg with a loading progress bar gif image. How can i start off doing this script?
So I wish to be able to click on a small thumbnail (small_tn1.jpeg) and a bigger picture pops out in a new window. (big_tn1.jpeg).I have looked at lightbox-versions but they are to complex with code.I want to use one function openBig() to be able to use on all my pictures on the site. So all my pictures will be named; small_tn1.jpeg, big_tn1.jpeg, small_tn2.jpeg, big_tn2.jpeg...I haven't found any that full fill my request. The closest code I found is for only a single-image. http://www.pcurtis.com/popup_advanced.htm*It's a school assignment, so I can not use jQuery or target="_blank"*
Could anyone know the script code for a WEBPAGE ON TOP OF A WEBPAGE? The site was not working anymore, so I can't tell you the link. This is what I saw, When I visited the site (Mainpage) There's just a Welcome Image that shows CLICK HERE TO ENTER. After clicking the link, a loading faded icon appears on top of Welcome Image covering that Welcome Image with Webpages, it's like popping to the center of the page. I don't know if someone of you could understand me. It's like Page on TOP of another Webpage without leaving the 1st page.
<html> <head runat="server"> <title>Test</title>
As you can see, it works by getting the scroll position and adding 250, to a height property-element above the image div. I have tried to use document.getElementById("image").style.top = scrollevel + 'px', but it does not work.
I have looked around and cannot find what I need. I am looking to put a box in my left nav bar that shows 10 links at a time. I would like it to slowly scroll upward continuously in a loop. I have about 50 to 75 links I would like to put there.
I need to move the entire contents of one div to a sibling div. At present I'm just doing (assuming the 2 divs are called 1st and 2nd):
What I need to know is if this is the quickest means (in performance terms) of doing this as I will be performing the operation regularly and on a large number of nodes and it's in an area where the UX really can't stutter ?