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Special Document Effects

Drop-down document viewer FF1+ IE5+ Opr7+
Use this versatile DHTML script to allow your visitors to select and view external documents from your site. The selected page is loaded either in an inline frame, or optionally in a new window.

Drop-down document viewer II FF1+ IE5+ Opr7+
Version II of the original drop down document viewer above, this script uses text links instead to allow your visitors to select/ view external documents from your site.

jQuery Scroll to Top Control FF1+ IE6+ Opr7+
If your pages are long winded, it's a good idea to provide viewers with an easy way to quickly/ automatically scroll back to the top of the page. That's where this script comes in. It displays a stationary control at the lower right corner of the window that when clicked on gently scrolls the page back up to the top. And instead of always being visible on the user's screen, the script lets you specify how far down the page the user is at (in pixels) before revealing the control.

Tabbed document viewer FF1+ IE5+ Opr7+
Using a tabbed interface, this DHTML script lets you display external web pages inline on your page, with the help of the IFRAME tag. This script works in IE5+ and NS6+, and degrades well with the rest (tabs are simply regular links).

Snow Effect FF1+ IE5+ Opr7+
-User submitted
Watch as snow gently trickles down the page, then disappear, with this great document effect!

Snow Effect without images FF1+ IE5+ Opr7+
-User submitted
This script uses a series of DIV tags to create falling snow that trickles down an entire webpage, without using images.

Rain/Snow effect without images IE5+ Opr7+
-User submitted
This is one of the most efficient, elegant rain/snow effects we've seen. Created without the aid of images, it's also hassle-free to install. Toggle between rain and snow effect with the change of one variable!

Autumn leaves FF1+ IE5+ Opr7+
-User submitted
Have leaves blow and tumble on your webpage- quite the autumn effect.

Bubble Effect FF1+ IE5+ Opr7+
-User submitted
Give you page a bubbly personality with this script! Bubbles drift upwards, then vanish on your page, in an incessant loop.

Splash Page Script FF1+ IE7+ Opr9+
A splash page is an interlude page that is shown temporarily before the intended target page, usually for the purpose of airing an important announcement or catchy advertisement. This script lets you quickly add a Splash Page to proceed any page on your site, just by calling an external JavaScript at the top of the target page. The splash page is dynamically rendered using a IFRAME tag and frequency controlled using cookies. Very cool!

Document Wipes effect FF1+ IE5+
-User submitted
This is a DHTML intro effect that "wipes" desired messages onto the screen before redirecting to another page. Use it to provide an interesting introduction to anywhere within your site. Similar in function to the above script.

Document fireworks FF1+ IE5+ Opr7+
-User submitted
Use this script to add a subtle- yet stunning- fireworks effect to your webpage! The effect is constructed using bits of colored <div> tags that are absolutely positioned and animated. Close enough, we say!

Document fireworks II FF1+ IE5+ Opr7+
-User submitted
Similar in effect to the above, with the rendered fireworks differing in look, however.

VML Fireworks IE5+
-User submitted
This script uses VML of IE5+ to render realistically looking fireworks on your page!

Document Stars FF1+ IE5+ Opr7+
-User submitted
Immerse your webpage in flying stars, and make it think it's in space, with this awesome document script.

3D starfield IE5+
-User submitted
Take your webpage into the stars with this 3D starfield script! The stars travel towards you in an incessant manner.

Document lightening effect FF1+ IE5+ Opr7+
-User submitted
Expose your webpage to the awesome effect of lightening, via this script! 

Document frame script FF1+ IE5+ Opr7+ wizard.gif (1201 bytes)
Using DHTML and CSS, a document can actually be decorated with a frame, like a picture. Frame your document today!

Document Magnifier IE5+
-User submitted
This script takes full advantage of IE5.5's zoom-in feature to allow you to selectively magnify any area of a webpage.

Document-in-document Script IE5+ Opr7+
Want to add the power of SSI to your site but your web host doesn't support it? This is a scriplet that allows you to include a document inside another easily, simply by specifying the URL of the external document inside the scriplet! By including the scriplet in multiple pages, a change to the target external document is instantly reflected on ALL of these pages. Ah, the power of DHTML!

Watermark Background Image FF1+ IE5+ Opr7+
Use this script to give your web documents a static background image that does not tile, and always remains visible in the background, even when the user scrolls the document. Degrades well with all browses.

Live Background Previewer IE5+ Opr7+
A live background previewer that allows surfers to instantly see how a background image will look like in a document.

Special Effects upon Page Enter IE5+ wizard.gif (1201 bytes)
Click here for a collection of scripts that each applies a distinct, transitional effect to the document as the surfer enters the page. These scripts create effects very similar to ones seen on TV, such as gradually bringing the page into view etc.

Left-Right Stripy Curtain Script FF1+ IE5+ Opr7+
A script that opens up a "curtain" (sideways) as the surfer enters the page.

Top-Down Stripy Curtain Script FF1+ IE5+ Opr7+
A script that opens up a "curtain" (up-down) as the surfer enters the page.

Top-Down Curtain Script FF1+ IE5+ Opr7+
A script that opens up two "panels" (up-down) as the surfer enters the page.

Left-Right Curtain Script FF1+ IE5+ Opr7+
A script that opens up two "panels" (left-right) as the surfer enters the page.

Boxing-In Script FF1+ IE5+ Opr7+
A script that creates a boxing-in effect as the surfer enters the page.

Boxing-away Script FF1+ IE5+ Opr7+
A script that "boxes away" to reveal the document beneath as the surfer enters the page.