This powerful menu applet can create most any look or feel you can
think of, yet it's easy to use and install.
A slick, smooth ticker-scroller that uses a text file to load items
and links. Supports background image and sound. Free
software tool included.
This horizontally scrolling slide-show display is, deservedly, about
the most popular on the 'Net... easy to deal with, and just upgraded
to add sound support and bi-directional scrolling.
This is the vertically scrolling cousin of Slider (above) -- all the
same great features; this is also a cool way to do menu systems,
too, so check it out.
iFrame gets you out of all sorts of design fixes, especially if you
hate doing framed layouts. Once inserted anywere in your page,
never touch a sensitive layout again. Just send up a fresh text
file. Great for material that needs frequent updates.
This is a super-easy image panner applet. A great pro tool,
it's also an ideal project for Java newcomers.
A great vertical text scroller, even includes support for background
image and sound.
Incredible applet! Use it for anything from a typer to a power
presentation tool. Wow!
Our striking, wildly popular multi-media animation applet - great
Full-featured banner rotator with sound cues, independent targeting,
If you can think of it, you can make it with the YAK animation
The image-display slide-show applet of your dreams - superb control
and ease of use.
Forget the complication... make two- and three-state roll-over
buttons in a flash.
Our sound-player applet - use it as a console, or a page-opening
Another of our cool little toolbox applets; a fast, flexible,
full-featured marquee text scroller that runs like silk.
PunchMe uses three images, one while the mouse is out of the applet
space, one while it's over the applet space, one when clicked, which
also triggers a sound file.
Places a system-like popup menu anywhere on your page -- even
outside the applet space. The launcher is a tri-state mouseOver-effect