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Old 09-10-2003, 11:27 AM   #1
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Ok for my site i want:

Welcome To
then it would change to
Sid's Cafe

and then will go back to welcome to and so on and so on

i dont no if u need html or java im not sure but if any1 can give me the code so all i have to do is copy on my site ill be very greatfull

any font will do.
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Old 09-10-2003, 01:54 PM   #2
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I've seen this done before. You mean like on ofah forum? I'll have a go for you.
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Old 09-10-2003, 02:25 PM   #3
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yea like that when ya think ya finish it?
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Old 09-10-2003, 03:56 PM   #4
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<script language="JavaScript1.2" type="text/javascript">
<!--
var delay = 1000
var bcolor = "#F8F8F8"
var tcolor = "#D4AD00"
var fcontent = new Array()
begintag = '<font size="2"><B>'
fcontent[0] = "<font color=#6394BD>Welcome to OFAH Forum</font>"
fcontent[1] = "For fans of BBC sitcom <font color=#C4A100>Only Fools and Horses</font> !!!"
fcontent[2] = "Visit <a href=http://www.ofah.net><font color=orange>OFAH.NET</font></a> today <img border=\"0\" src=\"http://www.ofah.net/forum/yabb/YaBBImages/wink.gif\" alt=\"Wink\">"
fcontent[3] = "<a href=\"http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/B0000AISIA/ofaonlfooandhor\">Please support this forum </a>"
fcontent[4] = "<a href=\"http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/B0000AISIA/ofaonlfooandhor\">Buy Series 6 DVD for 14.99 - click here</a>"
closetag = '</b></font>'
// -->
</script>
<script language="javascript">
/************************************************** ******************
allbrowsers_fader.mod
v2.02 01/12/2002
YaBB integration & modification: NRg (yabb_fader@gmx.de)
Latest version: http://www.talknet.de/~norbru/

based upon:
Fading Scroller by DynamicDrive.com http://www.dynamicdrive.com
************************************************** *******************/

// You can changes these three values to modify the output:
var frame = 50; // frame-range. standard = 50
var st = 30; // milliseconds between frames. standard = 30
var wait = 50; // value to display the full text without fade
// 1 = approx. 60 milliseconds. standard = 50

ie4 = document.all&&!document.getElementById;
ns4 = document.layers;
DOM2 = document.getElementById;

bR = HexToR(bcolor);
bG = HexToG(bcolor);
bB = HexToB(bcolor);
tR = HexToR(tcolor);
tG = HexToG(tcolor);
tB = HexToB(tcolor);
bR_m = bR;
bG_m = bG;
bB_m = bB;
tR_m = tR;
tG_m = tG;
tB_m = tB;

function HexToR(h) { return parseInt((cutHex(h)).substring(0,2),16) }
function HexToG(h) { return parseInt((cutHex(h)).substring(2,4),16) }
function HexToB(h) { return parseInt((cutHex(h)).substring(4,6),16) }
function cutHex(h) { return (h.charAt(0)=="#") ? h.substring(1,7) : h}

dir = ((tR+tG+tB) > (bR+bG+bB)) ? "up" : "down";
dirback = ((tR+tG+tB) < (bR+bG+bB)) ? "up" : "down";
dir_m = dir;
index = 0;
frame_m = frame;
framehalf = frame / 2;
wait_m = wait;
stepR = Math.abs(tR - bR) / framehalf;
stepG = Math.abs(tG - bG) / framehalf;
stepB = Math.abs(tB - bB) / framehalf;
step = Math.min(Math.round(Math.max(stepR,Math.max(stepG, stepB))),(240/framehalf));

function fade() {
if (index>=fcontent.length)
index = 0;
if (DOM2) {
document.getElementById("fscroller").innerHTML=beg intag+fcontent[index]+closetag;
index++;
colorfade();
}
else if (ie4) {
document.all.fscroller.innerHTML=begintag+fcontent[index]+closetag;
index++;
setTimeout("fade()",Math.max(delay,2500));
}
else if (ns4) {
document.fscrollerns.document.fscrollerns_sub.docu ment.write(begintag+fcontent[index]+closetag);
document.fscrollerns.document.fscrollerns_sub.docu ment.close();
index++;
setTimeout("fade()",Math.max(delay,2500));
}
}

function colorfade() {
if (frame>0) {
if (frame==framehalf && wait>0) {
document.getElementById("fscroller").style.color=" rgb("+wR+","+wG+","+wB+")";
wait--;
setTimeout("colorfade()",50);
}
else {
if (dir=="down") {
if (bR>tR) bR-=step;
if (bG>tG) bG-=step;
if (bB>tB) bB-=step;
bR = Math.max(bR,1);
bG = Math.max(bG,1);
bB = Math.max(bB,1);
}
else {
if (bR<tR) bR+=step;
if (bG<tG) bG+=step;
if (bB<tB) bB+=step;
bR = Math.min(bR,255);
bG = Math.min(bG,255);
bB = Math.min(bB,255);
}
document.getElementById("fscroller").style.color=" rgb("+bR+","+bG+","+bB+")";
if (frame==framehalf+1) {
document.getElementById("fscroller").style.color=" rgb("+tR+","+tG+","+tB+")";
dir = dirback;
wR = tR;
wG = tG;
wB = tB;
tR = bR_m;
tG = bG_m;
tB = bB_m;
}
frame--;
setTimeout("colorfade()",st);
}
}
else {
document.getElementById("fscroller").innerHTML=" ";
dir = dir_m;
frame = frame_m;
wait = wait_m;
tR = tR_m;
tG = tG_m;
tB = tB_m;
bR = bR_m;
bG = bG_m;
bB = bB_m;
setTimeout("fade()",delay);
}
}
</script>
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Old 11-29-2003, 04:01 PM   #5
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i just started html, i can make pretty good sites too
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Old 05-11-2005, 07:41 PM   #6
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Hello all. I am wondering if its possible to have a font uploaded onto a server and have html refer to that for the font file. On my site, I'm using a font for some text that most people don't have, but I want them to be able to see the text in my font, so I want to know if I can do anything to fix that? Thanks.
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Old 05-12-2005, 09:23 AM   #7
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no, All fonts are referenced on the local machine, if the font isn't available a default font is used.

The only way you can get people to see your font is by making images of what you want to write.
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