how to do this cool effect?

Discussion in 'HTML' started by chow.sheryl@gmail.com, Sep 20, 2005.

  1. Guest

    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, 2005
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  2. 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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    Travis Newbury, Sep 20, 2005
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  3. Robi Guest

    chow.sheryl wrote in message news:...
    > 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...
     
    Robi, Sep 20, 2005
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  4. Guest

    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:...
    > > 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, 2005
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  5. Robi Guest

    chow.sheryl wrote in message news:...
    > 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_notes/pots1.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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    Robi, Sep 20, 2005
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  6. Boobie Guest

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



    WAHAHA ! pofl
     
    Boobie, Sep 20, 2005
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  7. Boobie Guest

    <>
    > 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....)
     
    Boobie, Sep 20, 2005
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