Dynamic Web Page Effects allow a variety of effects & controls to be added to web pages. They allow more information to be placed within an area and at the same time provide visitors with a dynamic interactive experience.
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Description: Dynamic Web Page Effects contains several products which allow a variety of effects and controls to be added to web pages. The effects and controls allow more information to be placed within an area of a web page and at the same time provide visitors with a dynamic and interactive experience. Package Contents:- Active Scrolling Text Active Image Viewer Advanced Scrolling Text Banner Rotation Fading Images Fading Text Slide Show Sliding Text Typewriter Lightweight The code for each effect is contained in very small files (typically less than 9kb !). This makes the functions very fast to load and execute. Simple to Use Easy to follow tutorials ensure that the controls may be added to a web page within minutes. No Coding Knowledge Required ! Simply 'Copy and Paste' some HTML and set a few parameters and you are up and running. Fully 100% Cross Browser and OS Compatible These controls are based on standard browser technology and therefore will operate on all browsers and all operating systems.
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