Dock Content script 1.0

Operating systemsOS : Windows / Linux / Mac OS / BSD / Solaris
Program licensingScript Licensing : Freeware
CreatedCreated : Jun 9, 2007
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This powerful script allows you to keep certain ...

This powerful script allows you to keep certain content on your page always visible, by "docking" it. The way the script works is by detecting if the designated content is visible on the user's screen, and docking it (keeping it in view) only when it's not (including partially clipped).
This is unlike most related scripts out there that merely keep an element in view indiscriminately. The docking duration is configurable (ie: 5 seconds), and the script works on multiple, arbitrary elements (ie: an image, a table, plus a div) on your page. After the specified time has expired, the element is returned to its original position one way or the other. As you can imagine, this is a great way to seamlessly yet effectively give select content on your page the spotlight, by temporarily (or permanently) maintaining its visibility on the user's screen. Examples of usage are:
- Docking a navigational menu permanently.
- Docking an image ad for 5 seconds.
- Docking an important announcement for 10 seconds. t; >Doc>

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