thnx for the links folks, but they look mostly on the heavy duty side of things (Perl etc) The brainjar site is cool though.
if you have wmp and IE or NS http://www.unitingrhythms.co.uk/drums/rhythms.html
Layout is being changed but it should still work.
works best with Windows Media Player as it's the most responsive media player.
JS can also be used for shopping carts.
Dude, are you sure you looked at these sites?Quote:
Originally Posted by Blunderboy
For Mishoo's site, look under projects. He's got a calendar, a menu bar, and some other effects. Plus, he wrote HTMLArea 3
On youngpup's site, check the "snippets" section -- most of those are JS. Plus, his entire UI is all JS driven.
WebFX is offline, apparently, but they have tons of DHTML craziness.
Don't forget PeterBailey.net. Go to the Developer's Corner and check out fValidate - awesome stuff!
Ok ddduude, I'll have a closer look! :)Quote:
Dude, are you sure you looked at these sites?