IE6+ incorporates a new feature called MyImage Toolbar, which, if enabled on Tools->Internet Options, provides the user with a popup menu over images that allows the user to instantly save, print, or email any image in a page. This technical note shows how to disable or enable this feature using one of two different methods. Helps stop image theft.
This script implements a draggable slideshow that can be used much like a popup window, but without the usual focus problems popups imply. Simple controls to show or hide the slideshow are also included, and any number of images can be used. IE browsers show a cross-fade effect between images in the sequence. Compatible with NS4-7 & IE. The script allows you to adjust the speed of the slideshow and allows you to adjust the duration of the cross fade.
Creates a link that cycles through three colors. Features include settable blink rate; settable blink colors; settable no-blink color; and on/off control via links (optional). A simple function call can also make the link start blinking when clicked, or stop blinking when clicked. A cool way to emphasize critical navigational elements.
A simple script that allows you to launch popup windows from a dropdown menu. Any number of links can be added to the options list. The popup window features can be set within the script. Great for saving space on the page when long lists are required, for image popups, and for offsite referrals while still keeping people on your page. Works with Microsoft Internet Explorer 4 through 6 and Netscape 3 through 6.