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    eLouai's Right Click Popup Menu
    eLouai's Right Click Popup Menu : custom popups, term definition popups, alert boxes, a scientific calculator, and calander, with instruction for positioning popupsanywhere on a page.

    Platform(s): LINUX; BSP; WINDOWS; BSD - Updated: 10/21/2005

    Floating iFrame
    Floating iFrame : This script creates a floating iframe, so the iframe stays static and always in view even when the page is scrolled. Display content from a separate page prominently using it.

    Platform(s): ALL BSP; - Updated: 10/21/2005

    Flying Focused Ad Window
    Flying Focused Ad Window : The Flying Focused Ad Window script creates a popup window when the launch page loads. The popup slides first down, then across, then up the screen, then back to its starting point. The window maintains focus throughout. Only closing the window returns focus to the launching window. Great for drawing special attention to announcements or banner ads.

    Platform(s): N/A BSP; - Updated: 10/21/2005

    Flying Popup Window
    Flying Popup Window : This JavaScript allows you to create a popup window that flies around the screen. Useful for getting the attention of your web site visitor. Announce new features of your site, new products, or many other cool uses.

    Platform(s): N/A BSP; - Updated: 10/21/2005

    Force Page To Open In Frameset Script
    Force Page To Open In Frameset Script : If you have a page that is supposed to open in a frameset, this will force the page to do so. Solves a common problem where search engines separately list pages that belong in a frame.

    Platform(s): N/A BSP; - Updated: 10/21/2005

    Frame Buster
    Frame Buster : This is a little JavaScript that allows users to bust out of a frame if your page is trapped within a frame.

    Platform(s): N/A BSP; - Updated: 10/21/2005

    Frame Buster Breaks Page From Framesets
    Frame Buster Breaks Page From Framesets : This simple script insures that your page cannot be captured inside of the frameset of another site. Put it in your page header, and it automatically makes your page the parent or 'top' page in the browser.

    Platform(s): N/A BSP; - Updated: 10/21/2005

    Fullscreen Popup
    Fullscreen Popup : Fullscreen Popup is a JavaScript that opens up a new window automatically as the page finishes loading. It opens up a new window that is set to be fullscreen size. It only works on IE.

    Platform(s): IE BSP; - Updated: 10/21/2005

    George's Expandable ticker
    George's Expandable ticker : George's Expandable Ticker brings together the best of two worlds to create a ticker that can be viewed both sequentially and simultaneously, via a dropdown menu. Very cool, just as practical!

    Platform(s): N/A BSP; - Updated: 10/21/2005

    Iframes SSI script
    Iframes SSI script : Want to dynamically include the contents of another page onto the current using client side means? This script uses the IFRAME tag, and by automatically resizing it based on the actual height of the containing page, allows you to seamlessly display external content on your page.

    Platform(s): ALL BSP; - Updated: 10/21/2005

    Windows and Frames Listings
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