Updated FadedNode (DHTML) / Archived old JavaScript pages

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This DHTML fading effect, where a given node’s opacity changes smoothly from one minimum value to a maximum value and back, has been updated. The update is very minor: Now it’s not necessary anymore to define an opacity in the node’s “style” attribute.
The opacity can be defined in external CSS files, or even not be defined at all (in which case the opacity is equal to 100%).
Also, I archived my old “JavaScript consulting” pages. Most of the advices given on these pages are still valid, but the pages are not maintained anymore, and this is now clearly indicated. These pages are still available on my website anyway.
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