Description: Select an image that you
want to use for the effect and save it as a GIF or JPEG.
If you want to make a NavBar then place your buttons
vertically or horizontally next to each other in one
image. Now insert the applet tag into your html-document.
The easiest approach would be to cut and paste the applet
tags from one of the examples that came with this package
and then edit the parameters. Explanation of what the
parameters do is listed below. If you are using a
wysiwyg-editor (PageMill, Dreamweaver, etc..) then the
recommended approach is to select the applet from one of
the examples and "copy and paste" it to your
own file. You can now play with the parameters to
configure it to your liking. The fastest way of doing
this is by using a good wysiwyg-editor.
||These are the
standard applet tags describing the width
and height of the applet in pixels.
of the image to use. This is relative to
||This is the
size of the lightsource in pixels.Default
much the applet 'twists'. Default value
used for background in format rrggbb.
||The amount of
light that the lightsource consist of.
Default is 128. If you don't want a
lightsource, set this value to zero and
the lightsourcing routine won't be
url when using the applet as a button or
NavBar. If using a NavBar then this value
is any number of target url's, separated
by a space character. Omit this if the
applet is not supposed to link to
anything. * Tip - You can issue a mailto:
command as you would in HTML, i.e.
lets the user specify which frame to open
a target url in. If omitted, it targets
the default frame.
||This is the
orientation of the NavBar. v for vertical
or h for horizontal. Case-sensitive.
HTML code of the applet:
<PARAM name="light" value="0">
<PARAM name="angle" value="40">
||Durius (Robert Boegniel)
||Available in the Durius package durius.zip (200k)
Includes Bump, lens, twirl, water and waterpic
||The freeware version contains a link to the
The registration of an applet entitles you to any
upgrades or optimizations that we make to this
applet. The latest version is always available on
the Durius homepage. Current
pricing is listed there.