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You can apply visual filters and transitions to standard HTML controls, such as text containers, images, and other windowless objects. Transitions are time-varying filters that create a transition from one visual state to another. By combining filters and transitions with basic scripting, you can create visually engaging and interactive documents. Internet Explorer 5.

Click the following button to see a demonstration of many of these filters and how to use them. The links in the following sections provide access to the object model exposed by the visual filters and transitions. Procedural surfaces are colored surfaces that display between the content of an object and the object's background. Procedural surfaces define each pixel's RGB color and alpha values dynamically. Only the procedure used to compute the surface is stored in memory. The content of an object with a procedural surface applied is not affected by the procedural surface.

Procedural Surfaces AlphaImageLoader Displays an image within the boundaries of the object and between the object background and content, with options to clip or resize the image. Displays a colored surface between the object 's background and content. Static Filters Reference Though all filters and transitions are technically filters, the following filters statically change the way the content of an object displays. The Compositor filter is implemented as a transition, but gives only a static output.

Static Filters Alpha Adjusts the opacity of the content of the object. Adjusts the color processing, image rotation, or opacity of the content of the object. Blurs the content of the object so that it appears out of focus. Displays a specific color of the content of the object as transparent. Displays new content of the object as a logical color combination of the new and original content. The color and alpha values of each version of the content are evaluated to determine the final color on the output image.

Creates a solid silhouette of the content of the object , offset in the specified direction. This creates the illusion that the content is floating and casting a shadow. Displays the content of the object as an embossed texture using grayscale values. Displays the content of the object as an engraved texture using grayscale values. Adds radiance around the outside edges of the content of the object so that it appears to glow. This enables improved display of specific content, or simulated display for hardware devices, such as printers or monitors.

Creates the effect of a light shining on the content of the object. Displays transparent pixels of the object content as a color mask, and makes the nontransparent pixels transparent.

Resizes, rotates, or reverses the content of the object using matrix transformation. Causes the content of the object to appear to be in motion. This creates the illusion of a shadow.

Performs a sine wave distortion of the content of the object along the vertical axis. Transitions Reference Transitions are filters that reveal new content of an object with a particular visual effect.

Use the apply and play filters to initiate the visual effect. Transitions Barn Reveals new content of the object with a motion that resembles doors opening or closing. Reveals new content of the object with a motion that appears to open or close blinds.

Reveals new content of the object by uncovering squares placed like a checkerboard over the original content. Reveals new content of the object by fading out the original content. Reveals new content of the object by passing a gradient band over the original content. Reveals new content of the object with an iris effect, similar to the opening of a camera aperture. Displays the content of the object as colored squares that take the average color value of the pixels they replace.

This filtered display can be used as a transition. Reveals new content of the object with a radial wipe, like a windshield-wiper blade. Reveals new content of the object by exposing random lines of pixels. Reveals new content of the object by exposing random pixels. Reveals new content of the object by sliding sections of the image into place. Reveals new content of the object with a spiral motion.

Reveals new content of the object with a stretching motion to cover the original content. One option resembles a cube rotating from one face to another. Reveals new content of the object by moving successive strips into place, like a diagonal saw blade passing across the original content. Reveals new content of the object with a rotating motion, like spokes of a wheel covering the original content.

Reveals new content of the object with a forward and back motion that moves down the object. When you move the pointer over a property name, the pop-up information that appears lists the filters that the property applies to.

Sets or retrieves the number of strips into which the content is divided during the transition. Sets or retrieves a percentage of a value that is added to each color component of the filtered result. Sets or retrieves the name and path for a particular.

With a profile assigned, the filtered output simulates the graphical output of devices that use the assigned profile. Sets or retrieves the direction of motion in the transition. Sets or retrieves the X component of the augmenting vector for linear transformations. Sets or retrieves the Y component of the augmenting vector for linear transformations. Sets or retrieves the filter or collection of filters applied to the object.

Sets or retrieves the opacity level at the end of the gradient applied with the Alpha filter. Sets or retrieves the number of waves created by the Wave filter. Sets or retrieves the percentage of the object that is covered by the gradient band.

Sets or retrieves the value that indicates whether content is displayed as the average of the RGB component values. Sets or retrieves the number of grid columns used for the filter. The value can range from 1 to Sets or retrieves the number of grid rows used for the filter. Sets or retreives the intended purpose for the color content of the object. The filter adjusts the color output to improve the display of content with the selected purpose.

Sets or retrieves the value that indicates whether the content is displayed as the complement of the RGB component values. Sets or retrieves the shape of the Iris filter aperture.

Sets or retrieves the difference in light intensity between the peaks and troughs of the waves created by the Wave filter. Sets or retrieves the value that indicates whether content is displayed as a shadow. Sets or retrieves whether transparent content of an object is changed to the MaskColor value.

Sets or retrieves the value that indicates whether the content display is reversed. Sets or retrieves the corner from which new content is revealed during a Strips transition. Sets or retrieves a value that indicates whether content is revealed as defined by the WipeStyle property setting, or in the opposite direction. Sets or retrieves the value that indicates whether new content is revealed from the outside or the inside first. Sets or retrieves the value that the drop shadow is offset from the object along the x-axis.

Sets or retrieves the value that the drop shadow is offset from the object along the y-axis. Sets or retrieves the opacity level that is applied to the content of an object. Sets or retrieves the opacity level at the beginning of the gradient applied with the Alpha filter. Sets or retrieves the value that indicates whether the filter effect is horizontal or vertical. Sets or retrieves the fraction of the transition's duration that both original and new content are displayed.

Sets or retrieves the point in a transition at which to capture the display for a static filter output. Sets or retrieves the radius of the area of opaque content around a pixel that is affected by the Blur filter.

Sets or retrieves the value that indicates whether the filter creates a drop shadow from the nontransparent pixels of the object. Sets or retrieves the value that indicates whether the content is rotated in ninety-degree increments. Sets or retrieves the opacity level of a shadow created by the Blur filter.

Sets or retrieves the manner in which to display an image within the boundary of the object that the AlphaImageLoader filter is applied to. Sets or retrieves a value that indicates whether the container is resized to fit the resulting image. Sets or retrieves the number of wedges that the content is divided into during the transition. Sets or retrieves the number of columns for the CheckerBoard transition. Sets or retrieves the number of rows for the CheckerBoard transition.

Sets or retrieves the horizontal position at which the opacity gradient starts. Sets or retrieves a value that indicates whether the gradient band moves vertically or horizontally. Sets or retrieves the value that indicates whether the content is displayed as a grayscale defined by the complement of the average red and green component values.

Adds a cone light to the Light filter effect object to cast a directional light on the page.

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You can use CSS filters to add special effects to text, images and other aspects of a webpage without using images or other graphics. Filters only work on Internet Explorer 4. If you are developing your site for multiple browsers, then it may not be a good idea to use CSS filters because there is a possibility that it would not give any advantage. In this chapter, we will see the details of each CSS filter. These filters may not work in your browser. The Alpha Channel filter alters the opacity of the object, which makes it blend into the background.

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You can apply visual filters and transitions to standard HTML controls, such as text containers, images, and other windowless objects. Transitions are time-varying filters that create a transition from one visual state to another. By combining filters and transitions with basic scripting, you can create visually engaging and interactive documents. Internet Explorer 5. Click the following button to see a demonstration of many of these filters and how to use them. The links in the following sections provide access to the object model exposed by the visual filters and transitions. Procedural surfaces are colored surfaces that display between the content of an object and the object's background.

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