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Which script is this site using?

Discussion in 'Web Design' started by raryan09, Apr 4, 2010.

  1. raryan09

    raryan09 Registered Member

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    Hello Guys,

    I need a little help. Can you tell me which script is this site using? Is it a script or is it designed manually?

    Here is the site:

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    http://www.roopam.com
    Please please help me with this

    Thanking you
     
  2. AndersonSpider

    AndersonSpider Junior Member

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    Wow that's nice. I have no idea which script it is but I sure want to know. Bump.

    -Anderson:spider:
     
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    I guess it's unique development... because it's .net
     
  4. Skyjockey

    Skyjockey Newbie

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    Its custom. But from different scripts that freely available. This site could be copied with a little work. If your looking for a template forget it. You wont find one. The large show in the page uses the "Cross browser Marquee II script" Google it you will find it.
     
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    Thanks for the replies. Will try the script. Hopefully will be able to make what i want.
     
  9. russaus

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    Cool, good luck with it, I just downloaded it, because I had an idea of fitting it into something :)