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  1. hyperlinks don't work    Forum: HTML Forum
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  3. Background fading...    Forum: HTML Forum
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    Hyperlinks fading!

    OK check this site out!

    www.cruciallimit.com

    go to the bottom, and mouse over the links their.

    See the nice effect?

    Does anyone know how to do this?

    Thanks

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    Maybe these URLs will help?

    http://dynamicdrive.com/dynamicindex4/highlightgrad.htm
    http://dynamicdrive.com/dynamicindex4/highlightgrad2.htm

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    Just put this script in your <HEAD> tag

    <SCRIPT LANGUAGE="JavaScript" SRC="fade.js"></SCRIPT>

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    dont forget to get/upload fade.js though
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    Thanks for the heads up Quiet Dean, here is the URL where you can download it:

    http://www.thedesigncore.com/js/fade.js

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    coool

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    Smile That's kind of neat

    Question:
    I have a page where the navigation is light grey text on dark grey, and the body is black on light grey.
    Would I set it up twice to call a different .js within the body at the location it applies (ie. set up two different .js docs and call them at the right place within the body rather than one script in the head of the html doc) ?
    Right now it will work correctly for one or the either, but not both as the fading effect have to be for different coloured text on different backgrounds.
    I do like the effect!



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