Fade in and fade out a web image

Discussion in 'Photoshop Tutorials' started by showtime, Jul 20, 2004.

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    showtime Guest

    When loading an image or running a slide show on the web, is there a way
    to fade in and out the image(s) like on a traditional slide projector?
    The idea is to bypass those dreaded progression or checkers when loading
    an image. Can this be done with html code and without using java or
    Flash, etc.? If there are sites that do this, please point me to them.
    Thanks.
     
    showtime, Jul 20, 2004
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    Tacit Guest

    When loading an image or running a slide show on the web, is there a way
    There are a few ways to do this:

    - A Java applet that loads and displays the image;

    - A Flash or ShockWave presentation;

    - An embedded QuickTime, AVI, or WMV movie;

    - A JavaScript;

    - A single animated GIF.

    The animated GIF is the only technique that doesn't rely on something else,
    such as JavaScript, a Flash player or Java runtime. The downside is that the
    entire GIF could contain no more than 256 colors total, making it inappropriate
    for photographic images; and the resulting GIF would likely be exceptionally
    large.
     
    Tacit, Jul 20, 2004
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    RSD99 Guest

    Do a little research on the following line of "code"

    "FILTER: revealTrans(transition=12,duration=3); HEIGHT: 50px; LEFT: 1px; POSITION:
    relative; TEXT-ALIGN: center; TOP: 275px; WIDTH: 100%"

    Everything from the HEIGHT ... on related to positioning, the "Fade" is in the

    FILTER: revealTrans(transition=12,duration=3)

    portion. Last I heard, it only works on Internet Explorer ...
     
    RSD99, Jul 20, 2004
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    Hecate Guest

    Make a Flash or Shockwave movie.
     
    Hecate, Jul 21, 2004
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    showtime Guest

    Agreed that GIFs are not the best for photo images. Also trying to avoid
    Flash, Shockwave, Java etc. so that the web pages are universally
    viewable. Hence the difficult question.
     
    showtime, Jul 21, 2004
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