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Filters And Transitions In IE5
IE5's image filters can help you add special effects to your Web pages.

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Not too long back, this column demonstrated how PHP's image-generation capabilities on the server side could be used to create simple GIF or JPEG images that responded dynamically to text input. This week, I'm going to help you take a few more graphic artists off your payroll by demonstrating some powerful tricks on the client side of things, with some of the powerful special effects that ship as a part of Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.x and above.

Yup, you read that right - the image filters and transitions you'll be learning about over the next few pages will not work, no how now way, in Netscape Navigator 4.x. You have been warned!


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