Re: [IxDA] websites designed as pages on larger virtual canvas?
20 May 2010 - 1:57pm
5 years ago
Do you mean...
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On 10-05-20 9:48 AM, "Navid" wrote:
> I am wondering if people can share examples of websites where the concept is
> a larger virtual canvas and the browser is currently showing just a portion
> of the canvas. For example, imagine a canvas with a 3 pages in a row
> horizontally. Starting on the middle page #2, if you do some interaction
> you can slide to the left revealing page #1 Page #2 is partially revealed
> on the far right of the screen. Then you can slide to the middle, now onto
> page #2 again, and page#1 on the left (virtually) has an outline hinting that
> it is mostly out of view and ditto for the page #3 off screen to the right.
> This is not an infinite canvas (with a growing scrollbar), but a virtual
> canvas (with no scrollbars). Phew, hard to explain, if anyone has examples
> could you let me know? I am playing with this idea and with the concept of
> full drag of the webpage to pan the virtual canvas, but looking for examples
> especially ajax ones! thanks, Navid
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