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how does this site do this?

Posted on 2003-03-29
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Last Modified: 2010-04-03
Hello all,

I am very curious to find out how I can make a similar animation like the one in this webpage:  http://www.johnsonchou.com
I am referring to the top strip of images that moves when mouse cursor is over the left/right arrow.

Any suggestion and help will be greatly appreciated.

Question by:ppppanda
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Zeffer earned 80 total points
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this is a current topic:)
this came up 2 days ago..and henryww, rascalpants and myself
all offered different working solutions..feel free to download them and have a look and choose the one that
suits you.


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