Fading Links + CSS??

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Post 3+ Months Ago

Hi there, I'm new :)

I am trying to get these fading links, like on this forum. The thing is, I've tried it with Java before, but because my navigation is a Javascript too, it *peach* that up.

So I figured, the easiest way to get my links to fade, is do it in CSS. Yknow, just change one thing in CSS and I'm done.

Now, I cannot find anything about that! Can anyone PLEASE tell me how to do that?

this is my site---> http://www.thevelvets.com

Thank you oh so very much!!
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Post 3+ Months Ago

IngeBee wrote:
So I figured, the easiest way to get my links to fade, is do it in CSS. Yknow, just change one thing in CSS and I'm done.

Now, I cannot find anything about that!


Thats because you can't do it.......

It's gonna have to javascript if you want the fading links. It should be quite simple to write out whatever is causing the conflict, there is no reason why you cant have both scripts running at the same time.

In fact a much better solution would be to have the mouseover text done with CSS. Try this page for info on how to do that:

http://www.meyerweb.com/eric/css/edge/popups/demo.html

BTW, the link hovers don't work in Firefox anyway so you could do with giving them a revamp IMO
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hi, thanks for the reply.

I figured something out, you can see it here http://www.thevelvets.com/mp3.htm and it's java, but what it does is, it *peach* with my other java script, pulls things out of proportion etc...
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Post 3+ Months Ago

The only way to do fading links is with JavaScript. If they're causing a conflict, like rtm said, you can fix that. See this: http://wsabstract.com/javatutors/multiplejava.shtml

Also, please stop saying f**k. I personally don't care, but I'd rather warn you before the mods do :)
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Post 3+ Months Ago

Agreed. Tone down the language here, please. As an aside, you can do an OZZU search using the search link at the top of the page for fader.js and you will find quite a bit of discussion about the fader script used here.

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