Re: Layer animation problems
Why re-invent the wheel? Their is a great tutorial on this at Dan Steinmans
"Dynamic Duo" website. You have to track what panels(iframes)are currently
out. Tracking an objects positioning state in animated DHTML is a basic.
Anyhow all the anwsers are their and the code as well. I have been enjoying
the very same you are talking about for about a year and a half now. Enjoy.
"MusoSpuso" <email@example.com> wrote:
> Basically I have a set of links on my site. When someone clicks on the
>a onMouseDown handler is called which executes two functions. The first
>to animate a side panel off the screen and animate a new one to correspond
>to the link that was pressed.
> Everything works fine till someone decides to go nuts and start clicking
>links one after the other before the animation can be completed. In other
>words when someone clicks on say the news link, a page will load in an iframe
>in the middle and to the side the old panel (whichever it happens to be)
>will swing off and the news panel will swing in. When they then click on
>say the members link, the news panel will then swish away and the members
>panel will come on (and the members page will load in the iframe etc.).
>commands until the previous one is done. However, I've tried this in a variety
>seems to execute code in parallel, like in my case it'll try and execute
>multiple animation functions if the user clicks on the links while the previous
>animation function is trying to complete it'll just start an new process
> Any ideas? For instance, does anyone know how to turn off the onClick
>while the animation functions are in process?
>Thanks, any help will be greatly apreciated!