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water ripples

Discussion in 'Software Development' started by Shamrock, Feb 19, 2003.

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  1. Shamrock

    Shamrock Thread Starter

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    At the DynamicDrive site there is a water ripple script but the picture has a space at the bottom between the picture and where the ripple starts. Was wondering if there was a way to get rid of the space?
     
  2. Rockn

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    Would be nice if there was a link to what you are talking about. Most scripts have parameters you can modify to customize them. Look in the documentation.
     
  3. Shamrock

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  4. Rockn

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    Change these values and see what they do

    (strength=3,freq=3,phase=0,lightstrength=30)

    I would think the one you are looking for would be frequency.
     
  5. juryu

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    Actually it's just the position of the picture, nothing to do with the ripple script,

    try changing

    PHP:
    <img src="...">
    &
    lt;br>
    &
    lt;script>
    ...
    &
    lt;/script>
    to

    PHP:
    <table cellpadding=0 cellspacing=0>
    &
    lt;tr><td><img src="..."></td></tr> <!--no whitespace between tags here -->
    &
    lt;tr><td><script>
    ...
    &
    lt;/script>
    &
    lt;/td></tr></table>
    I've only tested this is Internet Explorer.
     
  6. Shamrock

    Shamrock Thread Starter

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    juryu: That closed the space up more...but not completely. Anyway to completely close it up?
    Also... I notice on the left side (length) of the pic. with ripples it's pretty much a straight edge while the right side is wavy.
     
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