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Frank Bullen wrote:
hi,
The following is a website i created with site designer.
I am still working on adding more contents to each page.
Any comments or advise would be appreciated.
https://www.frankbullen.com

Oh boy colourful or what?, it's to be hoped that your visitors are not visually impaired especially color blind.

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https://www.effects-menu.jshrimplin.com/
https://www.pop-up-menu.jshrimplin.com/
This was made with Frameless, and with no scripts or HTML elements.  
Decided it was time I learned how to use the Effects and Transition functions.   I figured the best way was to make a test project.   So I looked at the settings and it kind of reminded me of the Sprite commands in basic.    I wondered if I could create a Hamburger Menu using these functions.   

My hamburger project worked  It has other effects I made as its menu, using effects as well   Even my Logo calls a Popup with no exit buttons.   Click anywhere on the page to exit.  Fun stuff.

I then tried to do a dropdown menu on the next site, but ended up just doing a Popup menu.   You can choose the 3 different menu items and it will let you cycle through the popups.  I just position the popup container below the buttons I wish to choose.
Choose the Buy Now link and then the Learn More button to go mid page, where I have another button calling this same popup mid page.

This was a fun project as I learned a lot about effects, and positioning.  I love that the menus and popups are responsive, and did not have to learn anything new there.  This was made with Frameless, and with no scripts or HTML elements and works in any framework.

Thank you CoffeeCup for the fun.
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Impressive work Jay!
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Nice work Jay!

Yea this is a practice I wish more people would take. I have fooled around with so many different elements just to see what I can make them do. The best way to learn is to do.

Keep up the good work. You will be designing fantastic websites before you know it.

Steve


Jay Shrimplin wrote:
https://www.effects-menu.jshrimplin.com/
https://www.pop-up-menu.jshrimplin.com/
This was made with Frameless, and with no scripts or HTML elements.  
Decided it was time I learned how to use the Effects and Transition functions.   I figured the best way was to make a test project.   So I looked at the settings and it kind of reminded me of the Sprite commands in basic.    I wondered if I could create a Hamburger Menu using these functions.   

My hamburger project worked  It has other effects I made as its menu, using effects as well   Even my Logo calls a Popup with no exit buttons.   Click anywhere on the page to exit.  Fun stuff.

I then tried to do a dropdown menu on the next site, but ended up just doing a Popup menu.   You can choose the 3 different menu items and it will let you cycle through the popups.  I just position the popup container below the buttons I wish to choose.
Choose the Buy Now link and then the Learn More button to go mid page, where I have another button calling this same popup mid page.

This was a fun project as I learned a lot about effects, and positioning.  I love that the menus and popups are responsive, and did not have to learn anything new there.  This was made with Frameless, and with no scripts or HTML elements and works in any framework.

Thank you CoffeeCup for the fun.
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