See how well you can do in trying to remember a random face. Addictive!
Fader Maker is the simplest tools for creating the top-level color-fade effects. The generated scripts work in IE5+ and NN6+. Best of all it's free at the source.
(Internet Explorer Only) Move your mouse over the button and watch it fade to another color and then fade back to original color once you move your mouse off. The message on the button will even change after you click on it!
Display news and announcements on your site. The text fades in and out, and can display active links for each item.
Uses OnMouseOver and OnMouseOut events with a series of images to create a fade effect. Recently re-written to be more efficient and cross-browser compatible with Netscape and Internet Explorer. Stunning!
Displays images continuously in a slideshow presentation format, with a fade effect on image transitions. (Internet Explorer 4+ and Netscape 3+)
This easy to configure text fader will Jazz up your website without the need for bulky Flash plugins or Applets. Texts may contain almost any HTML tags including links. Cool!
This script will convert celsius to fahrenheit or fahrenheit to celsius, all you have to do is fill in the prompts and the conversion will appear in an alert box!
If you don't quite have the traffic you'd like to your site, you can use your own fake page counter! Funny! Just don't get too carried away when you set the multiplier.... :-)
JS slide show with transition of choice and sound. Include any of the 22 transitions after previewing them. No preloading of images that slow down page load. Use the generator to create your own JS slide show.
Give your users a chance to be spontaneous! Clicking on the button will re-direct them to a link chosen at random. You can specify any number of links, and they can open in the same window or a new one. A cookie is used to track which links are visited. The cookie is erased when the browser is closed.
Displays the Fibonacci Sequence of Numbers as entered by the user. Warning: This is very processor intensive, do not enter a large number.
For all you photography enthusiasts out there, this script makes it a breeze to determine the field depth and amount that will be in focus in a photograph. Includes other measurements such as nearest and furthest points of focus, too.
Opens an explanation window to explain the various fields used in a form on your site when the help link is clicked. You can easily explain various form fields will be used on your site, what type of input is required, or any other information you wish to share. They may also type their entry in the popup window and it will be copied into the form. Great!
Use radio buttons to display a field for your users to add input to your forms.
If you need to gather additional information from your visitors/customers, this script will dynamically add an input box directly after a checkbox. This will help to keep your forms neat and clean.
Use this script to target which files you will include on a designated Web page. Easy to set-up and use.
This script allows someone to choose a file on their hard drive and open it. Now cross-browser compatible.
Use this snippet to display text on a Web page when testing and doing design layout work. The amount and type of text can easily be changed, according to your preferences and needs.
Finding one item in a long list can be daunting task. Enter FilterList, with this script you can sort the items alphabetically.
A function that returns an array of elements based on DOM element, tag, and class name. For instance, getElementsByClassName(document, 'tr', 'info') will return an array of all "tr" tags under the document node having the "info" class.
Produces a multi-colored fireworks display as the background of the page. Works in both Netscape and Internet Explorer.
This script shows a multicolored fireworks simulation.
This script shoots multi-colored sparks in all different directions wherever you click the mouse.
This script will return a list of dates that are at the beginning of every week within a given month. IE 5+, NS 6
This script places the cursor in the first field of a form when the page loads and when the form is reset or cleared. The script works with input types: text, textarea, radio, checkbox, password and Select drop-down boxes.
Emulate CSS "fixed" positioning, which Internet Explorer lacks. Managed layers will disappear while the user is scrolling and reappear only after scrolling stops -- thereby preventing the shearing effect common with other solutions.
This script simply flashes (hence the name) a message on and off on your statusbar. This script probably got your attention better than the Classic Scroll but, is not used as much. The Flasher is just not as well known as the Classic Scroll.
This script causes the scroll bars to continually flash. (Works in MSIE only.)
This is an example of a fading rollover menu. When you move your mouse over an item the item will lighten up. Even your mouse cursor will change. You can even set pictures in the menu these will also be fading in and out. When you change the background color of an item, the item will fade in the same color.
This script alternately "flips" and "flops" between two images, with adjustable smoothness, speed and pauses. It may be useful as an alternative to a crossfade.
It's a calculator that floats on the page. Drag it around and use it the same way you would the normal Windows calculator. Nice looking too!
This script displays a floating layer that moves with the page, which contains an "email-this-link" script. The e-mail script automatically captures the URL of the page and opens up your e- mail with all the pertinent information.
Celebrate Valentine's day on your web site with a dozen hearts floating randomly around the page. (A Modified version of the Snow script).
This link will float in the upper right corner of the browser window and return you to the top of the window when clicked. Easily modified to include floating text or image!
This script creates a floating layer, within which is an automatic slide show that includes fade transitions. The slideshow cycles through the images that you specify.
Use this script to display several sections of text in a small area. Degrades nicely.
You can easily put the user's cursor inside a text box (calling giving the text box focus) as soon as the page is loaded. This helps ensure that visitors do not 'overlook' an important form item on your site. Only 1 line of code!
This script builds a list of URIs (hrefs or citations) from any tags within a specified container and appends the list as footnotes to the end of the container. You will need to do a "print "preview" to see it in action.
If a page is intended to be opened only within a frameset, this script refers the browser immediately to the frameset page. Awesome!
Forces the user to click on a button. If the window is closed without clicking on the button it will be opened again. Really persistent.
Add a help link to each section in your form. When clicked, an explanation is given of what is required and a box is offered where the information can be entered and transferred to the form.
This snippet places the cursor in a selected form field upon page load. It uses the ID attribute, making it easy to target any field, regardless of form changes. Easy to add to any form.
Don't want a certain person to fill out a form? Using this script, those people will be rejected after they put their name in.
Allows you to format the target window of a form from the form's target property. This allows for the use of window properties, variables, and other data manipulation to effect these options. Great!
Automatically formats date fields as the user enters the information. Also validates the date when complete date has been entered. Cross browser compatible, including Netscape 6+. Great!
Format the text case inside a form, reverse the text, or see the ASCII code behind the input. Cool!
This script will format a telephone number entered into a text box. Numbers can be entered as 1234567890 and will automatically be formatted as (123)456-7890.
This is an image buttons with a simple style script, attach a few mouse events to an image (or images), and instant four-action buttons. Enjoy!
A fraction calculator that performs addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division on two fractions. It also reduces the result to the lowest terms.
Allows you to open other sites in a new window while retaining the branding for your site in a frame. The branding frame can be either rows or columns, easy!
If your site is in frames, you'll love this neat script. You can create a button in one frame and have it change the location of the other frame! Awesome! (09/09/2000)
Control which frame is printed simply by using this short script. Easy!
This simple to use script is ideal for use in frameset designs, where you want to have a link in one page in the frameset that prints out the content in another frame.
(IE4+) Launches a popup window without the Windows frame or titlebar. In other browsers, it launches a standard popup window. Position, width, and height are settable. Automatic closing of the window on leaving the page may also be optionally set.
Loads a frame only after the other frame has completely finished loading. With two frames, for example, the top frame is blank until the bottom frame loads. Then, the top frame loads with the correct page. Great!
Add this code to your scripts when you need to detect the browser or operating system. It's quite complex but very effective.
Launches a rapidly expanding window that moves down and across the screen until it fills the entire screen area (IE) in fullscreen mode. The script then loads your content page into the fullscreen view.
Open a new window in full screen mode. Menu bars and the status bar are disabled. Useful for pages displaying a movie clip, slideshow, or even on an intro 'welcome' page to your site. It's only 4 lines total. Easy!
This is one of the best full screen scripts ever. There are no scroll bars, top bars, or any kind of other objects on the screen unless you put them there. The script includes the code for returning the window to normal size. Internet Explorer only.
Resizes any image to fit the current dimensions of the browser window. Works best with high resolution images but works with any image. Awesome! (11/06/2000)
Provides all the basic functions, including finding the square root. A small but powerful script!
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