What is sIFR
sIFR (or Scalable Inman Flash Replacement) is a technology that allows you to replace text elements on screen with Flash equivalents. sIFR is the result of many hundreds of hours of designing, scripting, testing, and debugging by Mike Davidson and Mark Wubben. Mike, Mark and an invaluable stable of beta testers, supporters, and educators like Stephanie Sullivan and Danilo Celic of Community MX completely rebuilt a DOM replacement method originally conceived by Shaun Inman into a high quality cross-browser, cross-platform typography solution for the masses.
Learn more about sIFR
- How to use
- It’s really easy, but read this anyway for the hidden depths 😉
- The details of interacting with the sIFR script.
- Some extra sIFR goodies.
- Tips and tricks
- sIFR on steroids.
- Cool sites that use sIFR.
- Get the latest version of sIFR.
- All you ever wanted to know about sIFR.
- The most Frequently Asked Questions about sIFR.