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want to move images in Y direction

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i have made a web site n i want to move images in the Y direction in
the sidebar of the website.
i want it to look like new image is coming out from the bottom and
moving up to the height of the sidebar and at the other end it is
disappearing .
Oct 22 '08 #1
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"animation" <pa**************@gmail.comwrote in message
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>i have made a web site n i want to move images in the Y direction in
the sidebar of the website.
i want it to look like new image is coming out from the bottom and
moving up to the height of the sidebar and at the other end it is
disappearing .
Which will totally distract your viewers eyes away from the main content of
your site.
Oct 22 '08 #2

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animation wrote:
i have made a web site n i want to move images in the Y direction in
the sidebar of the website.
i want it to look like new image is coming out from the bottom and
moving up to the height of the sidebar and at the other end it is
disappearing .
Do stuff like this very sparingly!

This is very easy with a <canvaselement: drawImage() at successively
changing locations. Trouble with <canvasis that some company in
Washington doesn't support that tag.

W/o <canvascheck GIF animations. W/o GIF animations, create a
sequence of images and load them all at once with the display property
set to none. Then dlsplay them one at a time.
Oct 22 '08 #3

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On Oct 22, 1:29*pm, MartinRineh...@gmail.com wrote:
animation wrote:
i have made a web site n i want to move images in the Y direction in
the sidebar of the website.
i want it to look like new image is coming out from the bottom and
moving up to the height of the sidebar and at the other end it is
disappearing .

Do stuff like this very sparingly!
Yes. Less is more. Some sites seem to exist only to fade elements in
and out.
>
This is very easy with a <canvaselement: drawImage() at successively
Forget that.
changing locations. Trouble with <canvasis that some company in
Washington doesn't support that tag.
That's why.
>
W/o <canvascheck GIF animations. W/o GIF animations, create a
No.
sequence of images and load them all at once with the display property
set to none. Then dlsplay them one at a time.
No.

How about changing the top style of an absolutely positioned image
element (or div with background image) over time?
Oct 22 '08 #4

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