Automatically opens a small popup window and closes it after a specified time. Great for displaying important messages without forcing users to close multiple windows!
Some of these snippets scroll information on the screen – either on the status bar (that bar on the bottom on your browser) or in a text box. Some of these snippets print out messages. Some will display news, special highlights, and others will even tell you a random quote.
Draw attention to the status bar message at the bottom of the screen by adding some animation to it! Arrows will focus on the message by continually pointing at the text. Clever!
Hold your mouse over a particular graphic and display an animated tooltip in the form of a scroll. It’s really cool!
Use this script to create quick and easy alert and confirmation scripts. Pick what you want, enter your text and get the source code. Pretty neat!
With the help of this script you can put up a text box on your Web page that displays alternating messages for your visitors. It saves space, as a lot of text can be contained in a minimal display area.
Instead of ‘typing’, ‘pushing’ or ‘blinking’ words, this scroller replaces a random character in the text with the correct new one to eventually create a new phrase.
AJScroller is a cross-browser, DHTML scroller. Full HTML syntax is supported, which means you can add images, format and align text quickly and easily. The scrolling speed and pause delay can be configured and controlled dynamically.
The 3D Dynamic Text Twister control was written to use the same code block for an unlimited number of calls within a web page and through an entire web site. This means that you only need to change parameters within the function parameters instead of having to change the source file. Thus one source file and virtually unlimited ways to call it and obtain different effects. Some of the effects are demonstrated above. You will notice that all that was changed was the parameters in each link to obt
Modifies a number by adding commas after every third digit. For example, 123456789 is converted to 123,456,789. The script example shows this script as used on numbers of various sizes. And, it demonstrates a clever use of the modulus operator.
This gallery script allows you to display and rotate
entire blocks of HTML on demand. Display images, text, or rich
HTML in a dynamic manner. Set the script to automatically cycle
through the contents like in a scroller, or via manual
selecting. Furthermore, we made inputting the contents a breeze.
Simply wrap desired blocks of HTML in a special
they are automatically added to the gallery.
Create a cool textbox scroller (easily adapted to any other form elements) in seconds!