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  • The Rotate Images JavaScript swaps images automatically on a timer. The code supports many options and features, such as:

    Random Rotation
    PHP Images to Rotator
    Random Image Display, Sequential or random rotation. Linked or unlinked images. Linked images can all have the same destination URL or each can specify its own. Opening sub-windows and executing custom function calls onclick are also supported by the code.
    Rotate titles or captions with image rotation.
    Multiple instances are supported.
    Customizable rate of rotation.
    Images of varying dimensions can be included in the rotation.
    Pause/resume onmouseover/mouseout.
    Optional transition filter for Internet Explorer on Windows.[1]
    PHP directory listing as source of images.

  • Image Cross Fader – This version uses unobtrusive DOM scripting and semantic markup to achieve its goals, and is somewhat less abusive of the CPU in Firefox. It also works in Safari – the original version was written prior to Safari supporting the CSS3 "opacity" property. Opera doesn't support opacity, so the images will just flip in that browser.
  • Create a tabbed content rotator (not sure what to call it really) using everyone’s favorite Javascript framework, jQuery and an interface library called jQuery UI

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  • This is a demonstration of how to use Firebug, a Firefox addon, to investigate CSS.

    It was done using Firefox 3.0.5 and Firebug 1.3.

  • The firebug firefox extension allows you to edit in real time your CSS code. Instead of having to make a change, reload, make a change, reload you can just edit it live to see the results.
    (tags: firebug)
  • From the article: In the past, I found myself spending countless hours tweaking my CSS and making everything work in Internet Explorer just as it would in Firefox. Everything changed when I found Firebug. In this tutorial, I am going to discuss how to use Firebug to make CSS development faster, and share some tips for a consistent look between browsers.

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