You'll need three items to get this running on your own site. A background image, the foreground image, and lastly the java files. The background image, Clouds.gif, you can grab from here. The P-38.gif is also available from here. The java files are here in a zip file. You need to place all these files in the same directory for all this to work. The java files are VERY sensitive to using the wrong case letters in their names. I suggest you unzip them right where you want to store them. Sometimes letters cases are changed when files are moved. Just below is the HTML to include on your page.
<param name=BACKGROUND value="Clouds.gif">
<param name=FOREGROUND value="P-38a.gif">
After your files are all ready to go, check their names to make sure all your files are using the proper case letters. Note the upper case Ls and Ts in the middle of some file names. .The zipped java files also contain a demonstration on an HTML page to show you that it's working. The fxtext.zip file contains these files.
by Bill Giel
Version 1.2, 22 Nov 1996
Note: Viewing requires a Java-capable browser
The fxText Applet provides for interesting text or visual effects by scrolling a background image "behind" a foreground image with transparent areas. The image also acts as a navigator, by responding to clicks to load the browser with a specified URL.
Download... fxText Applet - source code and binaries (Freeware)
HTML coding validated with Weblint 1.013
Original Material and Graphics Copyright © 1995,1996, 1997, 1998 by Bill Giel
Last Update: June 14, 1996