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Picture layering?

Knowledge Base Lobby : uShop Support Conference : Programmer Tips
Nov-18-17 09:10 AM EST
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Picture layering?
Author brgreene on 05-11-2002 at 15:32 (EST)
If it possible to use JavaScript to layer pictures on top of each other?

You show an example in one of the JavaScript that allows a picture to change as an option is chosen. Is it possible to stack pictures on top of each other by choosing an option. For example four color options are available. When you select Color A a picture would apear. Then when you select Color B the picture would appear on top of the other picture and so on. If the pictures were different sizes they would show a pattern?

We run a rug store and would like to allow a customer to see a custom pattern before they order it. We thought this could be achieved by taking a picture of each color we offer and making the pictures different sizes. If it was possible to lay the different size pictures on top of each other the customer could see the pattern.

Is something like this even possible?
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  RE: http://www.24fun.com/ Bill Weiner, 2002-05-13 04:16:59 (1)

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         1. RE: http://www.24fun.com/
        Author Bill Weiner on 05-13-2002 at 04:16 (EST)
I'm not sure if you can layer a second image over a first image... perhaps maybe if the second image had a transparent background?

In any case, here a website that has lots of cool JavaScript examples:

http://www.24fun.com/

Maybe check out the "image" category.
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