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Gotaro

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I hope I posted this question in 'right place.' If not, let me know where to post.

I have visited sites in the past, where, when I click on their NEXT PAGE button, their (next) page opened in an expanding circle (outward). And when I left that page, the page closed in a circle (inward).
Does anyone know what I am talking about? None of my friends know what I am talking about. I believe I even had the code (html, java script, dynamic, etc.) for it quite some time ago and tried it and it worked on my site. But I can't seem to find anybody who knows where I might now find the code.
Can anybody help?
 
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Hey,

It'll be using a javascript script. As for which one, don't know without seeing the pages which are using it. There are sooo many scripts like that out there...

Do you remember where you saw it last? You can always take a look at the source code and see what js is going on...?

Ta
amx
 

tomdkat

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I think something like this is what you're looking for. Keep in mind this particular script is for IE only.

Peace...
 

Gotaro

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Thank you both.
tomdkat... Yes, that is what I was talking about. I tried it and page does open in a circular outward movement. I believe the one I saw opened in a cirle and also closed in a cirle. But this one is just as good. Thanks again.
Alice
 
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