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  • How do they do that?

    www.novell.com

    2 things:

    1)How do they do that border effect, the dotted lines?

    2)How is the navigation menu created? I gather its Javascript?
    website: joe.pcfx.cc
    forums: pcfx.cc
    gallery: here

  • #2
    1- with <td background="/img/hdr/dotgif.gif">
    2- JS
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    • #3
      it's either a DHTML and Javascript hybrid, or it's a Server Side Language.

      for some script ideas, or some free scripts much like that one, goto=>

      www.dynamicdrive.com

      and search around.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Max_Radius
        it's either a DHTML and Javascript hybrid, or it's a Server Side Language.

        for some script ideas, or some free scripts much like that one, goto=>

        www.dynamicdrive.com

        and search around.
        Well, it can't be a server-side language becuase it is happening on the persons computer. It has to be javascript. I can't think of any other client-side language for web-development.

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        • #5
          thanx. the dynamicdrive site is what I;ve been looking for. Got a nice JS script Im working on that is exactly what I need, but since Java is SO alien to me its gonna take a while for me to figure out how to acually use it. So far Im able to change colors.
          website: joe.pcfx.cc
          forums: pcfx.cc
          gallery: here

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          • #6
            you can also do this to get dotted borders. doesn't work in Netscape4.xx

            <TABLE cellSpacing=10 cellPadding=0 width=890 align=center border=0 height="1491" bgcolor="#3F598F" style="border: 1 dotted #FFFFFF">

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            • #7
              *wanders off topic*

              Yup, Netscape is a drag to write for.

              I have a cascading style sheet I never use because Netscape doesn't support filter effects like blur, drop shadow, and glow, etc.


              Anyway,

              You can find a number of good sites about Javascripts, but the best thing you can do for yourself if you want to go full time into webdesign is to buy a book to learn from, and refer to.

              my .js book of perference is

              Javascript- weekend crash course
              by: Steven Disbrow

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