JavaScript: Text Related

Text Related
Amazing Draggable Layer - Use Instead of Popups
This script implements a draggable layer that can be used much like a popup window... but without the usual focus problems that popups often imply. Also included are simple controls to show or hide the draggable layer. Compatible with NS4-7 & IE.
Boogey-Down Glow-And-Jump Animated 3-Color Neon Text
This script presents text surrounded by three changing 'glow' colors, while also shifting the vertical and horizontal layout for a striking animation effect strongly resembling neon light displays. Colors, dimensions, and rate are all settable.
Change Style Sheets On-The-Fly from Page Links
Use this script to allow visitors to change a page style sheet on-the-fly, by clicking on a link in the page. The script works by switching the active style sheets. You can use any number of style sheets, which are automatically detected by the script. Optional alerts are included. Setup is easy and straightforward. Comes as a complete kit, as well as in the usual listings format.
Changing TextArea Background Images on MouseOver
Use this script to apply a background image to a textarea, and change the image on mouseover. The script can also change the text color in response to the mouseover event. An eye-catching effect, and a very easy install.
High-Lighting Form Text On Mouse-Click
This simple script set shows how to highlight (select) the text in a form's textarea by clicking on a link. Useful for code listings, order form information, or other material the visitor may wish to copy to the clipboard with Control+C.
NewsMaker - Smooth News-Ticker Reads From File
NewsMaker is a smooth-scrolling news ticker-scroller that reads its items and links from a text file. Comes with free software tool to make message-and-link file. Supports background images and sound. Automatic headlining, auto-wrapping, text justification, and more. [applet]
Titlebar Message Ticker
The Title Bar Ticker script shows changing text in a multi-message ticker-type display in the browser title bar. Any number of message lines may be used, and a moving, attention-getting slide box draws the eye to the messages.
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