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Hello,

I'm searching for a javascript firework effect (not a JAVA applet).
Has anybody an idea ?

thanks,

Pascal
Jul 20 '05 #1
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Go to www.dynamicdrive.com and click on "Document effects". You will
find 3 different fireworks effects using JS. Two will work for several
browsers, and 1 is for IE 5.5+ only. The scripts are ready to copy and
paste on your page. I believe DynamicDrive allows nearly unrestricted
use of these scripts as long as you leave the credits in the comments
intact, but check their terms to be certain.
Jul 20 '05 #2

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Pascal wrote:
I'm searching for a javascript firework effect (not a JAVA applet).
Has anybody an idea ?


Writing whitespace before sentence marks is a bad idea in Usenet, since
the automagic linebreak function will then place that character at the
beginning of the next line.

You can create Image objects, if the DOM of the UA supports that, add
them dynamically to the document and have their position dynamically
changed. But what should this be good for? Just another waste of
computing time on the Web?
PointedEars
Jul 20 '05 #3

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Thomas 'PointedEars' Lahn hu kiteb:
Pascal wrote:
I'm searching for a javascript firework effect (not a JAVA applet).
Has anybody an idea ?


Writing whitespace before sentence marks is a bad idea in Usenet,
since the automagic linebreak function will then place that character
at the beginning of the next line.


Writing whuitespace before sentence marks is valid punctuation in
several languages, and any usenet program that can't handle that is
fatally flawed and should be replaced at once.

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Fabian
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Jul 20 '05 #4

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Fabian wrote:
Writing whuitespace before sentence marks is valid punctuation in
several languages, and any usenet program that can't handle that is
fatally flawed and should be replaced at once.


Then replace yours, it has this "bug".
PointedEars
Jul 20 '05 #5

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