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  1. Hello, I want to realize a website attracting with a visual gimmick: Selected elements have reactive shadows based on CSS3. My idea: If you move the cursor, the elements' shadows change related to the cursor. That means the cursor works like a light or torch and live influences the text-shadow value(s). Is it possible to realize this kind of dynamic and reactive shadow with CSS3 or do I need to use both CSS3 and JavaScript? For instance, moving the cursor would change a div's text-shadow values from div { text-shadow: 5px 5px 10px #000000; } to div { text-shadow: 2px 10px 10px #000000; } . Any idea how to realize this?
  2. biju

    The Light Bulb

    Hello friends!. This is my first time to learn Js. I'm confused to get this codes. See the attached image. I've seen there an image called pic_bulboff.gif in img html tag, that I marked with red color. Unfortunately, I didn't find any HTML tag with pic_bulbon.gif back there in this Tryit Editor , (I marked by green) Even how is it possible to show this image {pic_bulbon.gif) there by clicking on the " Turn on the light" button? Thanks in advance.
  3. Hi everybody. First at all, I specify I'm French and I'm sorry if my English isn't perfect. I've chosen this forum because I didn't find a solution with many French forums. A friend has advised to me this forum to expose my problem. I would like to add an animation to my html page by using JS. Let me explain ; for the time being, there's only one picture <img> on my page, it's a candle image. I would like to add an animation by using JS (or something else it doesn't matter) giving the impression of being near to the flame, if you know what I mean. I don't want to see the flame's move or to modify the picture, but just a light effect by using luminosity. I'm not a very high level in JS, and I don't know if I should use randomly variables and change luminosity or something else. If you could show me an example I would be grateful (: Thanks in advance, -Flo
  4. Hello, I'm having trouble getting my back and next buttons in my lightbox to work! Any help will be greatly appreciated! http://imd.edumedia....term/index.html
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