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anti-flash javascript

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I'm working on my company's website, and i'm trying to avoid using flash as much as possible for expediency.
Click here to see the site so far.
Click here for my CSS text

The expanding boxes on the left are placeholders for images to be inserted later (and have the same effect)

Here's my question: is there a way through javascript that I can achieve an accelleration-decelleration effect that would smooth out the transition?
Jul 23 '08 #1
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rnd me
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what transition? i dont see much of anything (firefox3).
Jul 24 '08 #2

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what transition? i dont see much of anything (firefox3).
You'll have to use IE. Firefox requires a different set of javascript code for changing CSS styles. Since most of our target audiences are in the corporate world, they'll be using IE, and my initial build will be for IE--Firefox-friendly website will come after the first one works.
Jul 24 '08 #3

rnd me
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Since most of our target audiences are in the corporate world, they'll be using IE, and my initial build will be for IE--Firefox-friendly website will come after the first one works.

you will find that experts on here won;t be very sympathetic to that.

but i checked with ie6, and still no apparent motion...

what are you trying to do? perhaps i can offer you a xbrowser, working, way to do it.
Jul 24 '08 #4

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you will find that experts on here won;t be very sympathetic to that.

but i checked with ie6, and still no apparent motion...

what are you trying to do? perhaps i can offer you a xbrowser, working, way to do it.
I've actually ended up removing the graphic completely; Too many squares. There's either a few or a lot, with too many in between.. so i put a lot
Jul 25 '08 #5

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