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    help me make one of these :)

    hi

    ok im not sure how these are created but im thinkng it cant be that hard, (i hope).

    http://fluidinkpress.vr9.com/

    the latest news scrolling thing. How can i make this?

    I know html, css and basic php.

    thanx in advance
    Forza Gigi Buffon

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    oh and what language is used to make these?
    Forza Gigi Buffon

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    http://www.dhtmlcentral.com ... download the script there

    they use Java Script to make it ...

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    Originally posted by maelzx
    http://www.dhtmlcentral.com ... download the script there

    they use Java Script to make it ...
    You will find everything you need to have and everything you need to know from the link maelzx supplied you.

    I've been using it for longer than I can remember for that sort of thing and it works very well using CSS HMTL and JAVASCRIPT.

    If you have any questions as to how it works, feel free to drop by and ask away.
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    thanx alot people

    im checking out the link
    Forza Gigi Buffon

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    geeze this thing is confusing.

    how do i set the size, and the position on the page?
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    This is exactly what you need :

    http://www.dhtmlcentral.com/script/script.asp?id=4

    Download that and then we'll get started!
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    actually i meant this one
    http://www.dhtmlcentral.com/script/s...category=other

    but the one u gave me is ok aswell.

    which ever, i have them both now
    Forza Gigi Buffon

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    i want wichever one the fluid ink press guy uses
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    Well, it's always possible that he wrote that one himself. In which case, it wouldn't be publicly available. You're more than welcome to use the one I have on this site www.nachodog.com . I found it online and adapted it to my own uses.

    Regardless of which one you use, there's going to be SOME amount of modifications to it. If you're not comfortable doing those changes, or plain don't know how then maybe this is not for you. Without being rude, you've got to have SOME knowhow to be doing this sort of thing.
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    yea i can handle the changes ok.

    i have enought know how i think, and i try to i get

    Yours is great. Id love to use it
    Forza Gigi Buffon

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    Creole's looks great! You should probably use that one as it looks to be more in line with what you're looking for.
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    Last edited by Buffon Online; Feb 12, 2002 at 15:09.
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    yea it will work

    i just needa resize it and stuff.


    so creole will u send the source or what
    Forza Gigi Buffon

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    All of the file are available right through the browser. You'll need to download the source for page.php (the main page), then download these two JS files:
    main.js
    scroll.js

    and you'll be good to go.
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    i couldnt get the files.

    http://www.nachodog.com/page.php
    http://www.nachodog.com/scroll.js
    http://www.nachodog.com/main.js

    this is what im loking for, right. i got nothing
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    View the source. You'll see that the path to the JS files is /fragments.
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    ok i got those

    where do i get page.php
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    Right click in the window and select view source
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    oh of course

    cool site btw,

    your dog has chewed up a hell of alot of stuff
    Forza Gigi Buffon

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    guess who

    yeah i'm the guy from Fluid Ink Press, my name is Scott. anyway i wrote the code myself, took me a month to get it to work cross browser, etc. s'pose you'll understand if i don't give it away that easy.

    anyway use the links above to what the other dude has already shown you. although my scrollable area is customized to suit me, it is all based around the same type of CSS manipulation, Javascript, etc.

    good luck,

    scott

    p.s - site tracking really helps, well i wouldn't of found this thread otherwise.

    yeah and on and on . . . .


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