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NEWS SCROLLER - HTML/NO JAVA version

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I have made a new version of the news scroller 1.2 by BluEdoG that uses no java. It works the same way as the old one, but because I was having lots of problems with users without the Java VM installed, I made this one...its done with html and loads faster than the java version; now i am working with php code to make a news.txt file for writing the news. Its almost done. :)

 

If anyone is interested to me to do a contribution I can make it, but only if BluEdoG agrees with the idea; because the first idea of this contribution was his. :)

 

 

regards.

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I use the BlueDog's current java version, but I thought that this was a good point, and worthy of being bumped back to the top.


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Can we see an example, I would like to see such contribution. I'm really into java on my site.

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Can we see an example, I would like to see such contribution. I'm really into java on my site.

 

Yes, you can check it at my site; now I've finished the scroller...I read the news from a file :)

 

 

http://www.sportlander.com

 

 

This scroller was done without java, and reading news from news.txt

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I don't see any scrolling in Opera 6.05.


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Mozilla 1.1 scrolls :D but doesn't show the headers of your boxes correctly... :?


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Personally, I think the non-java is probably better. Loads faster. Less

load. And, a lot of ppl probably don't have java installed in their browser by default nowadays. o_O

 

Please contribute when you can. Thanks.

 

 

Can we see an example, I would like to see such contribution. I'm really into java on my site.

 

Yes, you can check it at my site; now I've finished the scroller...I read the news from a file :)

 

 

http://www.sportlander.com

 

 

This scroller was done without java, and reading news from news.txt

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You can check out the current java version at www.wizardsandwars.com.

I'd be particularly interested in how fast the scroller and the rest of the site loads for you guys.

 

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NOTE: As of Oct 2006, I'm not as active in this forum as I used to be, but I still work with osC quite a bit.

If you have a question about any of my posts here, your best bet is to contact me though either Email or PM in my profile, and I'll be happy to help.

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This scroller seems to be much bether than the java one. Whith the java one my screen is flickering - so i would be great if you could send it to the contributions ...

 

Thanks

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Only to mention that Java Applets usually frozen Opera when loading.

 

Opera 6 as less problems with JavaScript than previous versions, but sometimes still acts in many odd ways.

 

Unfortunatly the only browser I knew that "eat" everything was M$ IE :cry:

 

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