Fading A Layer. Is This Possible?

Jul 23, 2005

I am trying to make a banner the size of the with of my screeen, in
a layer.

BUt I also want to fade it to a complete transperency to reveal the contents
of what's behind it (my page ofcourse) and possible close or hide the faded

I've seen stuff like that happen in a flash everonment. I was thinking about
using a transition at first to go from one page to another with an
introductory page.

But I rather have everything on one page and just fade the introdutory layer
into the page. Is that too much work for jscript?

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Layer writing in Netscape. This is pretty straightforward >> However I'm trying to write to a <div> layer within a <div> layer.

My div:


<div id="blah">
<div id="aight">
I'm trying to write to "aight"

How should my code look?

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I have created a floating layer using Javascript that remains always on top of page on scrolling.Issue is,at some point while scrolling,the layer flickers continuously.

The html page is as follows:

Many common software systems, JavaScript has a history of security problems. Many of these problems could allow a person with malevolent intent to steal sensitive information from a visitor. The number and type of such holes in security vary among browsers and operating system versions. Most JavaScript security holes have been caught and fixed, but new ones are being discovered all the time. For a list of current security holes check out your browser's and operating system's Web pages. As a Web site author, it is your responsibility to keep up-to-date on the current status of known security holes in the applications you create.

Signing Scripts. In Chapter 11, I explained that JavaScript does not provide the ability to directly access files on the client computer. This can be a very large hurdle to overcome if you're trying to upload a file to a server from the client computer. Fortunately, file uploading is one of many functional enhancements that signed scripts provide. Signed scripts are specially packaged scripts that have been verified and signed to be correct and non-threatening. These scripts have additional rights on the client computer that allow a programmer to do many things that he wouldn't otherwise be able to.

With the introduction of Netscape 4.0, a new security model was put in place that would allow digitally signed scripts to bypass some of the restrictions that had previously been placed on them. A signed script can request expanded privileges from the visitor and, with the visitor's permission, gain access to restricted data. A signed script requests these additional permissions through LiveConnect, which allows your JavaScript code to communicate with the Java Capabilities API. The security model allows JavaScript to access certain classes in Java in order to extend its functionality while still maintaining tight security for the client.

A digital signature is a fingerprint of the original programmer, and it allows the security model of the browser to detect where (or from whom) it originated. A script signer can be a person or an organization. By signing a script, you acknowledge yourself as the author and accept responsibility for the program's actions. A signed script contains a cryptographic checksum, which is just a special value that ensures the signed script has not been changed. When a digital signature is detected, you are assured that the code has not been tampered with since the programmer signed it.

Once you finish writing a script, you can use the Netscape Signing Tool to digitally sign it. Signing a script does the following:

Unambiguously assigns ownership of the script to a person or organization.

Allows an HTML page to use multiple signed scripts.

Places the signed script into a Java Archive (JAR) file.

Places the source of the script in the JAR file.

Once a user confirms the origin of the script and is assured that it has not been tampered with since its signing, he or she can then decide whether to grant the privileges requested by the script based on the validated identity of the certificate owner and validated integrity of the script.



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This is a Fading Javascript Ticker that can tick any number of messages. The Ticking message fades in while being displayed.

<script language="JavaScript1.2">

// Fading Ticker JavaScript
// © Premshree Pillai
// http://www.qiksearch.com


// Ticker Messages ( HTML Tags supported)
var qiksearch_ticker_text = new Array ("Qiksearch.com", "FREE JavaScripts by Premshree Pillai", "Articles by Premshree Pillai", "Intellisearch Bar FREE Download");

// Ticker Message URLs
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var qiksearch_ticker_target = new Array ("0", "0", "0", "1");

var qiksearch_ticker_width = 390; // The width of the Ticker
var qiksearch_ticker_height = 25; // The height of the Ticker
var qiksearch_ticker_borderw=1; // Border width
var qiksearch_ticker_borderc="#808080"; // Border Color
var timeOutVal=200; // Delay in milliseconds
var isPause=false; // true if you want pause on mouseover, else false
// setting to true is a bit buggy



var ie4=document.all&&navigator.userAgent.indexOf("Opera")==-1;
var ns6=document.getElementById&&navigator.userAgent.indexOf("Opera")==-1;
var ns4=document.layers;
var qiksearch_tickerObj;
var ticker_left_ns4=(screen.width/2-20)-Math.round(qiksearch_ticker_width/2);

// Setting qiksearch_tickerObj depending on Browser
function setTickerObj()

// isPause Content
var isPauseContent;
isPauseContent=' onMouseOver="delay_timeOutVal();" onMouseOut="resume_timeOutVal();"'

document.write('<table' + isPauseContent + ' onMouseUp="goURL();" width="' + qiksearch_ticker_width + '" height="' + qiksearch_ticker_height + '" style="cursor:pointer; background:#FFFFFF; border:' + qiksearch_ticker_borderw + 'px solid ' + qiksearch_ticker_borderc + '"><tr><td align="middle">');
document.write('<div id="qiksearch_js_ticker">');

var def_10='A',def_11='B',def_12='C',def_13='D',def_14='E',def_15='F'
var colorVal=15;
var div_count=0;

// Fading Color code Generating function
function qiksearch_fade_desat(getColorIntVal)
var returnVal;
for(var i=0; i<=15; i++)
returnVal = eval('def_' + i);

// Main
function writeDiv()
qiksearch_tickerObj.innerHTML= '<font face="verdana,arial,helvetica" size="-1" color="#' + joinColor(qiksearch_fade_desat(colorVal)) + '"><b>' + qiksearch_ticker_text[div_count] + '</b></font>' ;
qiksearch_tickerObj.document.write('<table border="1" bordercolor="' + qiksearch_ticker_borderc + '"width="100%"><tr><td align="center"><a href="javascript:void(0);"' + isPauseContent + ' onMouseUp="javascript:goURL();"><font face="verdana,arial,helvetica" size="-1" color="#' + joinColor(qiksearch_fade_desat(colorVal)) + '"><b>' + qiksearch_ticker_text[div_count] + '</b></font></a></td></tr></table>');
if((colorVal>0) && (colorVal!=0))


// Generating Final Hex Color
function joinColor(getColor)
return (getColor + &#390;' + getColor + &#390;' + getColor + &#390;');

// Reset
function resetAll()

// URL Navigation function
function goURL()

// Setting Delay on MouseOver and MouseOut
var temp_timeOutVal=timeOutVal;
function delay_timeOutVal()

function resume_timeOutVal()


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* Function : getColor
* Parameters :start - the start color (in the form "RRGGBB" e.g. "FF00AC")
*end - the end color (in the form "RRGGBB" e.g. "FF00AC")
*percent - the percent (0-100) of the fade between start & end
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* Description : This is a utility function. Given a start and end color and
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* Author : www.JavaScript-FX.com
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/*** These are the simplest HEX/DEC conversion routines I could come up with ***/
/*** I have seen a lot of fade routines that seem to make this a ***/
/*** very complex task. I am sure somene else must've had this idea ***/

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