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How to use this command

Posted by Terramadre (My Page) on
Wed, Mar 12, 03 at 5:57

I am posting this for Dan who posted it on the Test Forum and hope that someone can help him out. Thanks.

use this command?
content="blendTrans(Duration=5.0)">
content="revealTrans(Duration=5.0,Transition=8)
">
I had to strip out most of the html because the preview said it was illegal html string.
What I want to do is have a slide show that blends
from pic to pic. The images would be on my isp server.
Thanks for any info or maybe there is a better way.
Dan


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RE: How to use this command

What programming language is it?


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RE: How to use this command

I don't know which script you are using, but Dynamic Drive Web Site has some nice slide show scripts.

Here's their link for a "Fade In Slideshow." Just copy and paste the script into the body section of your page.

Here is a link that might be useful: Dynamic Drive


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RE: How to use this command

Thanks, Peggy. I relayed your message. I may just give that fade in slideshow a try myself. Appreciate the link.


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