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ASCII Text generator
With this wizard, you can generate your own ASCII (a.k.a. plain text) logos for your web site. Very impressive script.

Backwards Text
A script that makes any text display backwards.

Document Text Resizer
This script adds the ability for your users to toggle your webpage's font size, with persistent cookies then used to remember the setting. The script works unobtrusively and with any webpage, by adding to the page one of several CSS classes that change the page's font size depending on the setting clicked on.

Falling Text Rotator new01.gif (1016 bytes)
This jQuery script adds a twist to the regular text rotator, by randomly dropping the letters of each piece of content out of view before showing the next. It works great on short headlines.

Fly-in Header
A script that flys in from the left edge of the browser a header text. Requires IE4+ or NS6, with all other browsers simply bypassing the animation.

Neon lights text
Neon lights are an effective way in which to draw attention to signs and banners on the street, and now, to your webpage text as well! Requires IE 4+ or NS6+ to work, with all other browsers seeing simply the plain version of the text.

Rainbow text
This text animation script gently fades a header using the colors of the rainbow. Works in both IE4+ and NS6+, and degrades well with other browsers.

Roller Coaster Text
A script that makes any text "roller coaster" text.

Sequential fly-in text effect
This script flies in multiple text from the left edge of the window, one at a time in sequential order similar to a PowerPoint effect. It's versatile enough to handle any number of text (or other rich HTML like images!), and you can customize both the animation speed and pause between each message.

Uphill Text
This script renders text with ascending font sizes (from font size 1 to 7), starting over when it hits 7. Great and efficient way of sprucing up selected messages on your site!

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