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View Full Version : What kind of effect is this?



Ax3l
08-27-2012, 03:16 PM
I'm trying to duplicate the cascading image effect seen here (http://tmv.proto.jp). At first I though it might be done with javascript, but I haven't been able to locate the code for it. Now I am starting to believe it might be some sort of flash effect.

As I am unfamiliar with flash i'd like some help identifying this particular effect.

Here (http://tmv.proto.jp/tmv_v3.js) is the script running on that page if anyone wants to try a search.

superwookie
08-27-2012, 04:16 PM
Looking through the code, it appears this is being run with Javascript, not flash. You're on the right track, though. What particularly are you looking for? An explanation of how this works, a how-to tutorial or... what? I'd be happy to point you in the right direction if I can.

Ax3l
08-27-2012, 04:52 PM
Looking through the code, it appears this is being run with Javascript, not flash. You're on the right track, though. What particularly are you looking for? An explanation of how this works, a how-to tutorial or... what? I'd be happy to point you in the right direction if I can.
Thanks for replying. All I really want to know is how the effect is achieved in order to code a similar effect. I'm interested in the initial page load with the images loading down the screen, gradually fading in. The page is also using an infinite scroll that is constantly loading images the further you scroll down. I suppose I want learn the logic behind the layout. Any information on how I would go about doing that would be greatly appreciated.

It has been suggested that I start with columns of the same width and drop an image in each one from left to right, letting the browser determine the height.



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