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Old May 14th, 2004, 12:54 PM
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Default Animated scrolling page title

hi, i would like to make the title of my website scroll across the screen when the user first sees the site. I would like the title to sroll across the page once. Possibly a nice animation where the title unfolds as the user enters the site. nothing too fancy but sweet. Are there any places where i could download code and stick in my dreamweaver file. im using dreamweaver mx2004 stuio. Thanks for reading...

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You may want to check out FlashKit, they have all sorts of stuff like this you can download. Of course, to get exactly what you want, you probably need to build your own with Flash MX. You also might want to check out the <marquee> tag, for a lesser solution until you can get a Flash solution.




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