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[Release] Fade In/Out links
Mod Version: 1.00, by djr (Member) djr is offline
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Released: 08 Jul 2002 Last Update: Never Downloads: 4
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Release: Fade In/Out hyperlinks

Author: Anarchos

Description: Fading script fades a link from one color to another when the mouse goes over it, and then back when the mouse goes off

Screenshot: not provided. The author's website is down and my test board went bezerk on me. If possible, can somebody else who implemented this hack provide a demo link?

Download: see attached file (unzip and open the fade.js file in your favorite editor)


This is a very very nice Javascript fader I stumbled into. It fades in all hyperlinks as you hover over them and fades out when you mouse out of the link. Delay of fading and color are all customizable and even Mac-browser support is provided (though tricky).

Installation and configuration is pretty straightforward and all done in the provided .js file. Just edit it with an editor of your choice and put the modified fade.js file in your root forums directory.
Tip: set autofade=True in the .js config section!

Install instructions for your vB board:
  • Upload the modified .js file to your forums/ directory
  • Log in to your AdminCP
  • Navigate to Templates > Modify > Headinclude template
  • Insert the following code just after </style>

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As this script is not mine, I will not be able to provide support. Just wanted to submit a cool script to the community :-)

Warning: the fade effect won't work on links between <b></b>,<i></i>,<font> and some other tags as stated in the .js file.

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  #31  
Old 22 Aug 2002, 00:02
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it's in the .js file:
fadeColor = "#FF9900"; // color to fade to

or do you mean the original link color? That's in your .style file
(Admin CP > Styles > Modify > Fonts/Colors/Etc)

Also, for all other users. As I'm not the original author if this javascript, I'm not able to support it. It's current state will NOT support fading in <b></b>, <i></i> and other tags. I'm sorry If you want to play around with the .js and get that feature working, please let us know in this thread!

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  #32  
Old 22 Aug 2002, 00:18
odmac odmac is offline
 
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oh i got it now , thanx for your help .. and it was the .js file that needed editing .. thanx a bunch -
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Old 23 Aug 2002, 09:21
banoota
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i don't get it! it didn't work for me =(
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Old 23 Aug 2002, 09:23
banoota
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odmac, what did u have to change? so far, everything between the < b > and < /b> didn't work with the fade effect
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Old 10 Sep 2002, 15:50
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nice one dude, allways like that sort of things!
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Old 13 Sep 2002, 20:47
Photon
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Originally posted by Allstar DC
lol, great looking addon!
ill install it!

[dutch talk] veel nederlanders hier!, misschien moeten we een nederlands hack forum opzetten [/dutch talk]
dat is een goed idee
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  #37  
Old 14 Oct 2002, 04:22
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its a month old post, but o well. its on my forums

http://jakelshark.no-ip.com/forums/index.php

as for the <b> and <i> tags, i would suggest taking them out of the board titles and such (i would but not now, maybe tommorrow)
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Old 14 Oct 2002, 13:18
imported_Eternale imported_Eternale is offline
 
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ummmm not to sound rude. but cant you do this already with vbulletin in the admin panel?
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Old 14 Oct 2002, 16:09
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probly, and i think i might have found a code. just let me test it out. it should fade <b> and <i>
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Old 14 Oct 2002, 23:09
Automated Automated is offline
 
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I have installed it now!

Very good, and VERY easy to change colours even for a big newbee like me!
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  #41  
Old 15 Oct 2002, 21:29
koji
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i can't get this to work !
can someone wrote a more detail instruction !
what excatly do i need to edit in fade.js ?
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  #42  
Old 18 Oct 2002, 18:18
fxs fxs is offline
 
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great... im remove this lines of fade.js and include in template header... to use hover link colors (with more styles)


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Old 19 Oct 2002, 16:29
Omega Prime
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Thanks for the file...I may use this
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Old 27 Oct 2002, 12:35
kreatiV
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Nice addiditon, the fade.js on my old phpBB2 board.

Now it would be cool if the fades could also be applied to the forum names & categories.

Anyone figured this one out already?
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Old 24 Dec 2005, 05:13
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did that work with vb3.5.2 ?
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