1 Reply Latest reply on Oct 17, 2006 9:48 AM by Newsgroup_User

    Animation

    NVL-Tom Level 1
      I have created a small truck symbol that I have tweened instances of to give the illusion that it is moving across the browser page. What I ultimately desire to do is have the truck appear to drive onto the browser from the left and vanish off the right side of the page, and through looping, go through that process X number of times. I have accomplished all of these things - with one problem. In order to get the truck to move onto and off the page I made the canvas larger than the average browser page, and when I insert the animated gif the page now shows a horizontal scroll bar. How do I adress this situation whereby I can have the illusion that I have outlined, yet the user will not have his browser scroll horizontally? Thanks!
        • 1. Re: Animation
          Level 7
          NVL-Tom wrote:

          > How do I adress this situation
          > whereby I can have the illusion that I have outlined, yet the user will not
          > have his browser scroll horizontally? Thanks!

          Instead of creating an animation the width of the page, animate just the
          truck and then move the animation across the page. You can do this in
          Dreamweaver with timeline animation.

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