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    i had a question, checkout this website

    H7 Racing Team

    how can i make a banner and animate it and have it blend through the flames like that?

    and another question

    Drake Ostrom Racing

    wanted to know how he got the banner to animate like that? if anyone has any ideas id appreciate it thanks.

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    umm can someone give me an actual answer im tired of all these people advertisting

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    Both of those image effects are done with javascript - take a look at the source code and you will see it.
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    thank u alpha i appreciate it, was wondering what image program can do javascript? possibly dreamweaver or fireworks?

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    Javascript is code that manipulates images etc - it does not create the images - you make the images in Photoshop or something and then use the javascript to make the animations.
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    Image #1:
    This image is made strictly via a GIF program, most possibly Photoshop via the Animation toolbar. Therefore, the overlay and such is generated strictly in the graphics program itself. That is a single image, nothing more.

    Image #2:
    This was created via Dreamweaver and it's build in animation effects. I know this by viewing the source an seeing the MM_ prefix to the JavaScript functions. While you can use DW for your animations, it's nasty, and just well... it's nasty, we'll leave it at that.


    If you want to create animated GIF's in photoshop, check out this tutorial. It's short and sweet. Also if you're wanting to use Dreamweaver's built in animations, DON'T... Just search around for some jQuery plugins to suit your needs. Unless your inclined to code your own of course.

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