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Hello to all the fellows!!There are some pages on the web that when you navigate to them or when you abort them, they are loaded/aborted with a special effect.One of these pages in the following one: click here!!.Can someone explain me in detailed which code cause for this action?Wait for you!!! :)

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I don't see any sort of "special effect" on the page you mention, but most animations would be done with JavaScript. Note that it is not possible to detect if a client stops the loading of your page.

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I believe he's referring to these Microsoft proprietary features:

<meta http-equiv="Page-Enter" content="blendTrans(Duration=3.0)"><meta http-equiv="Page-Exit" content="revealTrans(Duration=3.0,Transition=7)"><meta http-equiv="Site-Enter" content="blendTrans(Duration=3.0)"><meta http-equiv="Site-Exit" content="revealTrans(Duration=3.0,Transition=12)">

These effects only work in Internet Explorer. Microsoft's developer network site has some information about transition effects.

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I don't see any sort of "special effect" on the page you mention, but most animations would be done with JavaScript. Note that it is not possible to detect if a client stops the loading of your page.
Firstly, thanks you about your response!!Secondly, maybe I didn't explain myself well.I don't mean to animations who embedded whitin the page but to the way that it is loading e.g. the page I mentioned wasn't loaded at once but firstly it is shown almost tranparent and gradually it is became more and more opaque.In addition, I used IE to load this page and maybe in Furefox or at other internet explorers this attribute isn't working...
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I believe he's referring to these Microsoft proprietary features:
<meta http-equiv="Page-Enter" content="blendTrans(Duration=3.0)"><meta http-equiv="Page-Exit" content="revealTrans(Duration=3.0,Transition=7)"><meta http-equiv="Site-Enter" content="blendTrans(Duration=3.0)"><meta http-equiv="Site-Exit" content="revealTrans(Duration=3.0,Transition=12)">

These effects only work in Internet Explorer. Microsoft's developer network site has some information about transition effects.

you are correct!!!I meant to the transition effect!!!Isn't it supported at other explorers??
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right, but what Ingolme said is only IE browsers would see it, which I doubt is what Synook uses. (as a general browser anyway). In other words, only expect IE users to be able to see it.

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you are correct!!!I meant to the transition effect!!!Isn't it supported at other explorers??
"I believe he's referring to these Microsoft proprietary features"That means that only Microsoft products (IE) will support them. So no, other browsers will not support these effects.
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