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Thread: Cool Javascript Delay Effect With Very Portable Code and can work smoothly with ajax

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    Default Cool Javascript Delay Effect With Very Portable Code and can work smoothly with ajax

    1) CODE TITLE: Cool Javascript Delay Effect

    2) AUTHOR NAME/NOTES: Tony Ogundipe.

    3) DESCRIPTION: This is a script that can select any element in any location on your page no matter where it is nested. It can then cause the object to dissappear and show a message like loading...in its place temporarily/permanently. It is very useful especially in situations such as ajax delays...

    4) URL TO CODE: http://ds.mwebng.net/index.php?subset=js&page=jdelay

    or, ATTACHED BELOW (see #3 in guidelines below):

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    I voted for 'Yes', but even with what I voted for you gotta improve it:

    1) You should have the option to only show this when an ajax script
    2) Have different color options
    Jeremy | jfein.net

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    The message is fully customizable. You can place text, graphics or whatever you like into it. It is actually a scriptlet, meant to support other scripts,i think i created "enough" methods to help it carry out its functions.
    However, it can still be reviewed, i will keep your comment in mind. The main power of the script is its ability to select the location of the element in question, make it invisible, post a message in its exact location, and u can control the message by making it disappear at any time. The other functions like disable, enable, addStyle....are just side attractions - i created this script out my already pre-existing crossbrowser message box script which shares some similar methods with this class.

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    I see what you mean, it's also just a simple image. It has potential though.
    Jeremy | jfein.net

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    Thanks alot, and i am not sure if i have seen your comment in that messagebox script. that was my first post here actually. Based on some slight problems i had with css then, i am working on a css selector script right now - i will post it for review shortly.

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