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    Help Help!!

    A friend of mine has asked if I could set his website up so that when a user clicks a link or back button, a (solid blue, red, green, etc..) colored page appears for a predetermined amount time interval (i.e. .5 seconds) prior to taken the user to the required link. How do I accomplish this?

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    Page transitions like this only work in IE, and I do not think you will get a solid color transition effect.

    http://www.dynamicdrive.com/dynamicindex3/document2.htm has several different scripts.

    Dave

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    Dave:

    Thanks for the advice but I already had that URL bookmarked and they don't have what I'm looking for. To see an example of what it is I'm after check-out http://www.wildcatfaithful.com/vbulletin/index.php
    and click on one of the forum links. You'll notice that the page turns completely blue upon clicking and before loading the requested link. That's the effect I'm looking to achieve.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dave
    Page transitions like this only work in IE, and I do not think you will get a solid color transition effect.

    http://www.dynamicdrive.com/dynamicindex3/document2.htm has several different scripts.

    Dave

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    The example does not have any page transition script. They have the background=#000080 attribute in the body tag. Due to the extensive tables in vbulletin this page shows this background color until the rest of the page is built and the backgrounds for each individual table takes over.

    Dave

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave
    The example does not have any page transition script. They have the background=#000080 attribute in the body tag. Due to the extensive tables in vbulletin this page shows this background color until the rest of the page is built and the backgrounds for each individual table takes over.

    Dave
    That's what I thought.

    Thanks