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how to do this cool effect?

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check out these cool effects on http://luguba.com

q1. how do they open new page without the browser showing any progress?

q2. how do they know what area I am in?

Sheryl

Sep 20 '05 #1
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ch*********@gmail.com wrote:
check out these cool effects on http://luguba.com
What cool effects? You mean the changing text when you mouse over
something?
q1. how do they open new page without the browser showing any progress?
They arn't. View the Javascript
q2. how do they know what area I am in?


View the Javascript.

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Sep 20 '05 #2

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chow.sheryl wrote in message news:11**********************@f14g2000cwb.googlegr oups.com...
check out these cool effects on http://luguba.com

q1. how do they open new page without the browser showing any progress?
huh?
q2. how do they know what area I am in?


you have fed the cookie-monster in a previous visit?
They have Server-side scripting? and check your IP?
Or you are from Jamestown ;-)
At least I get Jamestown, but it's Jamestown NY,
and that's about 1000 miles from here 8-}
and not even close to my provider...

Sep 20 '05 #3

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sorry, I am a new here. I typed jamestown in the center box on
luguba.com and it gave me so many options..

By the way, the first time I went to the site, it gave me my correct
location. I did not select it. So how was that possible?

About new pages: When you hover over the menus, it opens new content..
thats what I was referring to.

Sheryl

Robi wrote:
chow.sheryl wrote in message news:11**********************@f14g2000cwb.googlegr oups.com...
check out these cool effects on http://luguba.com

q1. how do they open new page without the browser showing any progress?


huh?
q2. how do they know what area I am in?


you have fed the cookie-monster in a previous visit?
They have Server-side scripting? and check your IP?
Or you are from Jamestown ;-)
At least I get Jamestown, but it's Jamestown NY,
and that's about 1000 miles from here 8-}
and not even close to my provider...


Sep 20 '05 #4

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chow.sheryl wrote in message news:11**********************@g49g2000cwa.googlegr oups.com...
sorry, I am a new here. I typed jamestown in the center box on
luguba.com and it gave me so many options..

By the way, the first time I went to the site, it gave me my correct
location. I did not select it. So how was that possible?
as I said earlier, most probably through server side scripting
if the cookie doesn't already contain the information.
About new pages: When you hover over the menus, it opens new content..
thats what I was referring to.


javascript.
it writes the contents of a variable to the page at a certain position
and uses the style "opacity" for the effect of "slowly appearing"

oh, and don't top-post:
http://www.jibbering.com/faq/faq_not....html#ps1TopPs

and as Randy Webb neatly put it in his sig:
Answer:It destroys the order of the conversation
Question: Why?
Answer: Top-Posting.
Question: Whats the most annoying thing on Usenet?

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Sep 20 '05 #5

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<ch*********@gmail.com>
q1. how do they open new page without the browser showing any progress?

WAHAHA ! pofl
Sep 20 '05 #6

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<ch*********@gmail.com>
By the way, the first time I went to the site, it gave me my correct
location. I did not select it. So how was that possible?
Your browser to server : "Yo ! give me this page bish!, my IP is......."
Server does: Serverside process + database lookup based on your IP

Anyway that's what happened. Tech detail is way over your head.
About new pages: When you hover over the menus, it opens new content..
thats what I was referring to.


Things can be HIDDEN on a web page then displayed based on user action (e.g
Hover, click....)


Sep 20 '05 #7

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