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StarsText version 1.2

This applet displays a text on a background with stars.

Name

Description

Default

Status

star_color

the text and stars color

white

required

pause the animation pause (milliseconds) 50 required
number the stars number 100 required
step_mean the mean step of the stars (pixels) applet width/10 required
text_height the text height (pixels) 10 required
height_step the zoom in step 2 required
height_step2 the zoom out step 2 required
text the text (put a # to separate text into parts) - required
scrollbar "true" : add a scrollbar to control animation speed
"false" : no scrollbar
false required
background_color the background color black required
background_image the background image - optional
status_bar_text the text to display in the status bar when the mouse is over - optional
sound_name the sound played on load - optional
loop_sound - "yes" : to loop the onload sound
- "no" : played one time
no optional
enter_sound_name the sound played when mouse over - optional
clic_sound_name the sound played when click - optional
link URL linked page when click - optional
target the target of the new page :
- "_blank" : show in a new unnamed top-level window
          - "_self" : show in the current frame
           - "_parent" : show in the parent frame
           - "_top" : show in the top-most frame
or a custom frame name
_blank optional
enter_text the text displayed when mouse - optional
enter_text_height the mouse over text height (pixels) 15 optional
enter_text_color the mouse over text color white optional
enter_text_font the mouse over text font name (read special notes below about font names) "TimesRoman" optional
enter_text_style the mouse over text font style: "plain", "bold", "italic" or "bold_italic" "bold" optional
registration_code the registration code - required

 

Special notes

* Font names: you can choose among these font names: "TimesRoman", "Helvetica" or ''Courier" (respect the case)

* An example of valid text: "hello the world !#the text has two parts"

* You can put relative URL (to target a file on your site) or absolute (with "http://...") URL. example:
    relative URL: ../home/home.html
    absolute URL: http://www.yahoo.com

* The background color format is hexadecimal format like this : blue is "#0000ff"", red is "#ff0000" ... If you want that the background color is the same as the one of the page, look at the html source file and find the balise : <body bgcolor="#00FFFF"> then copy the value, here it's "#00ffff". Use the "HexColor" applet to convert RGB color to hexadecimal color.

 

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