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Page Transition EffectsIf you have no idea what transition effects are try one of the links below. It will open in a new window and demonstrate the effect you have chosen.
There are many different styles of transitions you can choose from. Browsers that don't parse the effect will load the page normally. In the list below you can see examples of each effect, but first I should caution you about two things:
<meta http-equiv="Page-Enter" content="revealTrans(duration=2, Transition=12)" />To change the effect, change the number after the word "Transition" in the code above to the corresponding effect you want from the list below. To set how long the effect lasts, change the duration time.
The various effects:
<meta http-equiv="Page-Enter" content="blendTrans(Duration=5)" />The only to thing you can change here is the Duration. It gets added to the HEAD section like the others. All in all, they are pretty nifty effects for such a small bit of code. Wouldn't you agree, Cousin It?
If you don't see the page transitions...Here's how to enable transition effects in Internet Explorer, and remember, these effects only work in Internet Explorer.
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