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|Create a peeling corner on your website|
I received this package from the admin of musicincontrol.nl, a great dutch music website.
If you read this, you should be able to see the peeling live and working in the top-right corner of this page. When you mouse-over the image, it'll expand revealing more information.
To achieve this, simply execute the following steps to embed a peeling corner on your website.
Select the code above and save it as peel.js (Download ).
Now edit the file with your favorite programming editor (Notepad will work too). Search for the following code line:
jaaspeel.ad_url = escape('http://www.marcofolio.net/');
Change the value between the quotes (in this example it is "http://www.marcofolio.net/") to the webpage you want your corner to re-direct too, when people click on it. Save your peel.js file.
This project uses Flash to create the actual effect. To download the Flash files, look below and download the attached source files.
Now you're all set to upload the files to your web server. Upload the following files:
to the following directory:
Installing on your site
Now add the following line to your webpage. Make sure your source (src) direction is correct.
Well, that's about it. Refresh your page and you should have a nice peeling corner that you can update by just changing the images "small.jpg" and "large.jpg". If it doesn't work, you probably didn't set the paths correct. Please check and make sure it's the right path. Additionally, you can change all the parameters in peel.jpg, beginning with "jaaspeel." (Readme file included).
I'm not the one who created the code and I don't know who did. Please contact me if you know / are the programmer of this code.
Due to some of the comments, I created a package that should work when you upload it. You can view how it should look like in the example/demo page.
I'm not going to modify the code anymore. If you want to have a go, download the Flash source files and play around.
Where are you going to use the peeling package for?
UPDATE: No target="_blank" peel
As many have requested in the comments, they want to change the FLA to make the target="_blank" dissapear. As I said before, I can't do this, since the FLA was not mine.
Erwin found a solution for this problem: WebPicasso has a free peel away ad in the form of a WordPress plugin. With some modifications you can make it work "stand-alone" and that one doesn't have the target="_blank" addition. Enjoy!
One of our readers (Rusty - Thanks!) dove in the "large.fla" file to try to fix the error. You can download the clear FLA version here.
These were the changes made by Rusty:
Please contact me (use the contact page) if you managed to fully fix the file and make the target=_blank work.
If you're using more Flash files on the page, you might encounter a problem with the peel showing under your Flash files. Steven kindly provided the following fix. Simply leave the peel banner "as is" and edit the code around the other Flash files you're using in the following:
<embed src="yourflashbanner.swf" quality="high" pluginspage="http://www.macromedia.com/go/getflashplayer" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" width="263" height="170" bgcolor="#ccccff" wmode="transparent"></embed>
For those people that want a page peel banner opened in the same page instead of another, Romesh shared a script where you can achieve this effect. You can download the script here.
// Browser target new (new) or self (self) var openLink = 'self';
Thanks a lot Romesh!
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