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    Junior Member Ibanez19's Avatar
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    I've got another I-Frame question for you guys..it involves page transitions. For each page, I'd like to use the pixelate transition. Here is the code that should work:

    <meta http-equiv="Page-Enter"
    content="progidXImageTransform.Microsoft.Pixelate(duration=1)">


    The problem is, it doesnt work! I have that code in the head of every page, and the pages appear in my iframe. Are there restrictions on using transitions in an iframe? Perhaps I've got a coding error. Thanks.

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    Junior Member Ibanez19's Avatar
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    Got it!

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    Senior Member splufdaddy's Avatar
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    As a sidenote: this will only work in Internet Explorer. It's not a standard, just something good 'ol Micro$oft decided they wanted to be a part of the internet. It's very 1996-ish IMO.

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    reminds me of hyperstudio

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    Senior Member justlivyalife's Avatar
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    Come on, spluf. I was still using these effects in 1998 with my copy of Microsoft Frontpage Express!

    On a more serious note, I wouldn't use them, but have never tried to use them in Iframes.
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    One of the more useless features I have turned off in IE.


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