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Re: controlling elements using html

From: Nate NoLastName <nayfin@hotmail.com>
Date: Sat, 06 Jun 1998 11:43:11 PDT
Message-ID: <19980606184311.23558.qmail@hotmail.com>
To: www-html@w3.org

On Fri, 5 Jun 1998 you wrote:

>From: digant <digant@dbsinternet.com>
>To: "'www-html@w3.org'" <www-html@w3.org>
>Subject: controlling elements using html
>I'm working with a Internet firm, wherein we create websites. My job to
>do HTML/JAVASCRIPT and other coding work. 
>I went through the site, but I could not find where could post a query.
>So I am writing this mail.
>I wanted to know, whether we can control the scequence of images to 
>on a page. I have a page where I have to open 10 images but want to 
>sure the first one opens then the second and so on. My question is can
>this be done using only HTML? If so what can I do, and what are the
>parameters for it, and if not what is the alternative.
>It is my sicere request to please reply to this mail as early as
>Thanking You,
>Digant Shah
I think that the answer you're looking for is on Dave Siegel's website 
at www.dsiegel.com (or www.killersites.com).
In his exit tunnel he has a series of pictures lined up vertically.
When the user is done looking at the first picture they click the 
graphic and it is a hyperlink a target on the next picture (just off 
screen vertically).  The user thinks that they went to another URL but 
they only jumped down on the same page.  The biggest advantage is that 
while they're looking at one picture the rest are loading up.
The user thinks that they have a faster than usual connection when they 
never even left the page!
Hope it's what you were looking for...

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