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Javascript Page Transition works but not compliant

I am using a javascript page transition effect.  The effect is working, but when I check the page on  http://validator.w3.org/  it shows an error for:  <meta http-equiv="Page-Enter" content="revealTrans(Duration=3.0,Transition=12)" />

Is there some way to get rid of this error, and still have it work.  I would like to keep it in HTML5.  The page is located at  
http://insurance.illinois.gov/newdefault2/newdefaultflat3T.asp
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strickddCommented:
Your best bet is to use JQuery, it has some nice built-in affects for transitions.

Info: http://jqueryui.com/docs/Effects/Methods
Example: http://jqueryui.com/demos/animate/
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smitty62Author Commented:
I just notice that the effect that I have in javascript is only working for IE.  It's not working in Safari, Chrome, Opera, or Firefox.  I took a look at the links you sent and book marked them.  Pretty cool!  I will use some of them, but the code examples are for form effects, what about Page effects that can be used with the onload?  Do you know of any good jquery code examples for that or where I could get jquery page transitions?
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strickddCommented:
JQuery can be used anytime during the page life cycle. The simplest way to add it to your page would be to put a <div/> around the entire content (inside the <body/>) and apply the transition to it.
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smitty62Author Commented:
Thanks strickdd.
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