SUBTYPE Attribute | subtype Property
This topic documents a feature of HTML+TIME 2.0, which is obsolete as of Windows Internet Explorer 9.
Sets or gets the name of the subtype that will be applied to the transition.
HTML <t:TRANSITIONFILTER SUBTYPE = sSubType... > Scripting [ sSubType = ] t:TRANSITIONFILTER.subtype
sSubType String that specifies or receives the name of the subtype that will be applied to the transition.
The property is read/write. The property has no default value.
subtype was introduced in Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.
This parameter is optional and, if specified, must be one of the transition subtype values appropriate for the specified type value, as shown in the following table. If this parameter is not specified, then the transition reverts to the default subtype value for the specified type value with the following exception: When the type property is set to
starWipe, it is required to set the subtype property explicitly to
fivePointfor the transition to work.
You cannot return the default value of the subtype property through script, unless the default value was set by the attribute or through script.
Type Associated Subtypes starWipe fivePoint (this must be specified) barWipe leftToRight, topToBottom barnDoorWipe vertical, horizontal irisWipe rectangle, diamond ellipseWipe circle clockWipe clockwiseTwelve fanWipe centerTop snakeWipe topLeftHorizontal spiralWipe topLeftClockwise pushWipe fromLeft slideWipe fromLeft fade crossfade
This example demonstrates the different transition type values and the possible subtype values that can be used with those type values. In addition, the effects of changing various other attributes of the transitionFilter is also demonstrated.