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    Anyone know the website?

    Evening all,

    I'm going mad trying to find a website that demonstrates similar functionality to the specification below. I know these websites exist as i've seen them before, I just can't find them!


    A list contains the values 1,2,3,4 and 5, and the list is built to update itself automatically on a regular basis - could be live scores, stock market figures, statistics... something like that.

    Say the updated version of the list contains 2,4,6,1,7... 3 and 5 would fade out, 1 2 and 4 would move position and 6 and 7 would fade in.

    If anyone understands what I'm referring to do you know of any examples on the internet?

    Cheers,

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    Are you talking about a 'cloud'?

    There are Joomla extensions that can do that. Basically the most searched for terms are shown bigger than the others.


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    Not sure if this is anything like what you mean?

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/shared/bsp/h...s/html/map.stm

    Probably not!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DonTregartha View Post
    Are you talking about a 'cloud'?

    There are Joomla extensions that can do that. Basically the most searched for terms are shown bigger than the others.
    Nah, i'm afraid it's not a tag cloud I'm after!

    Quote Originally Posted by weefatbob View Post
    Not sure if this is anything like what you mean?

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/shared/bsp/h...s/html/map.stm

    Probably not!

    Bob
    That's the closest thing I've seen to it! It's the same kind of concept but it's not as smooth and the transitions don't work as well as ones I've seen in the past. In that one the articles seem to bounce around, whereas one I'm looking for one where they slide very smoothly from A to B.

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    Are you looking to implement on yourself? In that case jQuery can do that very easily, I'm thinking of implementing something like that for CMScout3.
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