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    Post Using javascript and div tags query

    I saw a wonderful effect on a certain website but I didn't take down the address. The effect is when a link is clicked the contents of the current page slide down out of the page and are replaced by the contents of the link you have clicked. I want to implement this effect on a site I have. Anyone who has the necessary javascript files and div tag design, please help me out. Thanks.

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    I think you are looking for something similar to script.aculo.us

    http://script.aculo.us/

    Check out the the animation framework section.
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    ...just wondering whether what you saw was JavaScript or a Microsoft meta page transition (view in IE). Which browser were you using?

    Did the page actually slide down or was it 'wiped down'? In case it was a wipe down it could have been a meta page transition. For some reason I never see these tags used? Apparently they are not widely known and I only came across them myself by chance. It is only supported by IE... but anyway this is also the most common browser---and they only require one tag.
    Last edited by koyama; 12-19-2006 at 11:23 PM.

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    Thanks for showing me the website it will really be helpful in the future.

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    Thanks for showing me the website (http://script.aculo.us/) it will really be helpful in the future. Thanks


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