Use this script to launch a popup window that automatically loads an image and resizes itself to fit neatly around that image. The script also places a title you set in the titlebar of the popup window. Any number of images can be launched from a single instance of the script.
This very easy script can be used to insert an external page or pages into a floating layer in your current page. A simple way to quickly include extra content, especially in crowded pages. Using links within the iframed pages in the floating layer, you can literally include a whole secondary content vehicle or even a self contained mini website. The technique is ideal for newsfeeds, image display vehicles and slideshows, captured blog pages, floating multi-media presentations, or other content that can be contained in an ordinary html page.
This script allows you to dynamically include the contents of another page onto the current without resorting to server side means (ie: server side includes). By using the IFRAME tag, and automatically resizing it based on the actual height of the containing page, it allows you to seamlessly display external content on your page. In other words, the iframe is automatically resized to be only as tall as the external page's height. The script works in both IE5 and NS6 and above, and degrades well with the rest.
This script allows you to set up regular text links to launch a pop-up window displaying the specified image. Supports centering of window on screen, a text description, and more. Features: Supports a text description, displayed beneath the image; Ability to set a background color/image for the pop up window; Only one pop up window open at all times to avoid agitation; Pop up window is centered on page the first time it's activated. Subsequent calls to it are not, so the user may choose to drag the window to a custom location if desired.
Causes all page scrollbars to blink in three colors; on/off control (optional) can turn effect on and off via links. The script works in Internet Explorer 5.5 and later and degrades gracefully for all other browsers. The script also allows you to adjust the blink speed, the default color when the script is off, and whether you want it to start automatically.