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Moisku

Fading background images

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Hi all!! :)

I'm new at this forum and kind of beginner with PHP-programming. Currently I'm programming web-pages and using PHP to do that. I would like to have  fading background images. About ten images that are slowly fading and chancing. Is there ane ready made scripts or tutorials for that or is it even possible to do with PHP?

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  Moisku

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I think if you go to the index and look at the bottom of the forum listing, you will see the [b]JavaSript Forum[/b], which is where you need to be to get this kind of question answered, because what you want to do is client side scripting...


me!

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And why would you want such a feature?

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[quote author=fenway link=topic=110684.msg447979#msg447979 date=1160141225]
And why would you want such a feature?
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Well... maybe just for fun! ::)

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You could probably do this in IE, with alpha-transparency, but I wouldn't bother.

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[quote author=fenway link=topic=110684.msg451899#msg451899 date=1160848152]
You could probably do this in IE, with alpha-transparency, but I wouldn't bother.
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Is it so?! There's no ready made scripts for this..???

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You can play with all sorts of filter methods... I haven't done this in years.

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[quote author=fenway link=topic=110684.msg462698#msg462698 date=1162601690]
You can play with all sorts of filter methods... I haven't done this in years.
[/quote]

Where should I start to harvest them?? I tried google, but did'nt find anything useful...

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Here check out this link.. it may be of some use.. http://www.brainerror.net/scripts_js_blendtrans.php

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