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    Senior Member zionlocke's Avatar
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    I want to know how sothink makes their fading in dhtml menus. I'm pissed that they hide the code. :angry: Does anyone know about it? I know it is dhtml, and I didn't know where to post this, but, I would like to find out how to make a menu like what they do and save a buck or two...

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    Senior Member zionlocke's Avatar
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    bump...
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    Please don't bump so quickly...
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    Senior Member zionlocke's Avatar
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    sorry, someone had knocked it out of the latest post area. I really want o make these dhtml menu creations easier to make without the blasted sothink program... very nice effects on it!
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    Senior Member zionlocke's Avatar
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    ok... i'm making my own, i'll post the results you will like
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    Senior Member zionlocke's Avatar
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    haha found a company called open cube http://www.opencube.com that makes what I want. I have a lot of editing to do, but that saved me a pile of time! it's free and isn't a progra,. Just standard notepad editing jobs...
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    Be warned.

    opencube may advertise as free but it isn't free

    Also, they have very bad business practices, stealing domain names etc

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    What do you mean they hide the code? If your browser can see it, you should be able to see it. I have used this program before, and it creates an external js file (sometimes a BIG js file) for you to attach to your webpage.

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    why not try and learn how to do it...you won't become a better designer by paying somebody else. check out this thread:

    http://www.webdesignforums.net/thread7156.html


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