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Roaming Cursor script displays a second, "roaming" cursor on your page. An image resembling the mouse cursor wonders around the screen, rendering an amusing spectacle.

The image is customizable, so a cursor is certainly not the only thing you can instruct to roam.

The script allows DHTML programmers examine the source to learn about the coding techniques involved in creating a random path for the moving image.



This cross browser DHTML script follows your mouse around with a "watching eye".



This script produces dancing stars animating around your mouse. The script uses no images, so the effect is extremely lightweight and easy to customize.



This script allows you to have leaves blow and tumble on your webpage. It is quite the autumn effect.



Chuck your superstitions to the side, and put your lottery dreams in this script instead. This JavaScript generates 6 random 2-digit numbers for you to use. /



Analog Clock (static) All is a script which helps the users to display a normal clock on their websites. The analog clock stays at the bottom right hand side of the browser all the time even if the visitor scrolls down or up, the clock stays at...