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||This script, when activated, makes the user send an apologetic e-mail - whether they like it or not! Very funny, but has no real use.
||This short script will turn an ordinary button into a link to any page.
||Dynamically checks and unchecks all the checkboxes in a form when a button is clicked. Much easier than manually hard-coding the checkbox names, for sure. Updated to only require one button to check and uncheck all boxes.
||Click To Submit
||Prevent the Return key from accidentally submitting a form. The user now MUST click on the submit button.
||This effect is practically never used. 6 lines of HTML give you back and forward buttons that act exactly like the ones in your web browser.
||(Internet Explorer Only) Move your mouse over the button and watch it fade to another color and then fade back to original color once you move your mouse off. The message on the button will even change after you click on it!
||Appropriately named the Headliner, it presents a number of messages to your visitors in many different formats including a simple scroll, typewriter, expand, and just static text. Each message when clicked can take the visitor to a different URL!
||Easily create active buttons with any image. Repositions image when your mouse passes over it and moves again when clicked on.
||Check out this random link generator! It randomly selects a URL from a pre-determined list and sends the user there!
||Up Down Box
||Allows the user to increase and decrease the value in a textbox by clicking up and down buttons. Useful if you would like to allow the user to quickly modify a value in your form.