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image fades to another image?


lonemascot

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on my website I want to be able to cycle through several pictures fading into each other on a continuous loop. I also only want them to do this when mouse hovers over the image and then stop when the mouse is moved away.

I use dreamweaver and fireworks.

Is there an easy way of doing this?

Cheers

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Rigga

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> click here <

HTH. R.

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lonemascot

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Looks like it should do the business. I thought i'd have a look at the example, get used to it and how it works etc then put my own pictures in its place. However, i have pasted the code into dreamweaver and when previewed, all i get is the toggle buttons with no images, which is strange because they are sourced from a url which is intact.

It says to download a .js file which i did. it won't open, so do i need to save it somewhere in for dreamweaver to source from it?

cheers

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lonemascot

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dont worry. i clicked on the fadeslideshow.js text in the code view and changed the source to the file i downloaded.

all works as it should.

I was hoping to have a downloadable wizard that does this stuff in a jiffy but beggars be not choosers.

cheers for the link Rigga.but i'll make this work.

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