It's the closest thing to having an amusement park inside your web page.
Lag Effect Magic gives you the ability to animate any element on your page, be they DIVs, paragraphs, lists, images, or links. Of course, since this is a PVII extension, you can orchestrate your animations from within a graphical user interface that installs and runs inside Dreamweaver.
Extension installer files come in 2 formats: MXP and ZXP. MXPs are supported by Extension Manager versions MX, MX2004, 8, CS3, CS4, CS5, CS5.5 and CS6. ZXP is supported by versions CS5.5 and higher. Version CC and higher have dropped support for the MXP format. To continue to support all Adobe customers, regardless of version, we include both the classic MXP and the new ZXP versions.
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Creative Cloud Users: PVII Extensions work with all Creative Cloud versions—including CC 2017. You do need to use the PVII Extension Manager as Adobe has dropped support for its own Extension Manager. The PVII Extension Manager is free. Download it here. Also note that Adobe has published a list of bugs in CC 2017. More about CC 2017 bugs.
The Lag Effect Magic interface makes customizing your widget easy!
The LEM UI allows you to easily define and configure LEM instances, one at a time, and once configured, the UI can be used to modify (edit) each instance as often as you like. .
If you are creating a new LEM effect, the mode will be Create. If editing an existing effect, the mode will be Modify.
What is displayed here will correspond to the tag you selected prior to opening the UI, using either the Tag Selector Bar or the DOM Panel. If you did not make a selection, LEM will automatically select the tag immediately surrounding your insertion point.
This box permits entering a positive or negative integer. A positive integer will cause the animated element to be moved down by the entered amount. When the animation runs, the element will slide upwards, back to its normal position. A negative value will cause the opposite effect. That is, the element will be moved upward and the animation will then cause it to move down.
In most cases, a positive integer will be appropriate, although negative values are supported. This box determines when the animation will be triggered based upon the distance between the element's top edge and the window's bottom edge. A value of zero (0) equates to the bottom edge of the browser window.
Delay the animation start by a given number of milliseconds (1000ms = 1 second). The delay will commence counting down, once the target element has met its "Trigger Effect When" criteria.
Choose between: Slide Only, Slide and Fade, or Fade Only
Set the time it takes for the animation to complete. The default 2200 is equal to 2.2 seconds and is very pleasing in most cases. Increase the value to slow the animation. Decrease the value to make the animation faster.
Set a value for the initial fade amount when a Fade animation is used.
There are 3 buttons always present in the UI:
Click OK to add your new LEM instance to your page, or to execute your edits when modifying an existing LEM instance.
Click Cancel to terminate your UI session. Nothing will be created or modified.
Click the Help button at any time to open this user guide.
If you are editing an existing LEM instance, a fourth button will appear:
Lag Effect Magic does not require a CSS file.
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