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dragonjon

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Hi there, quick question. I've seen on some websites people display images (say 4 or 5), which are shown individually, like a video style.

I'd like to do the same but have no idea how. My website is a football one, so to show 4 or 5 different match action pics would be great.

How do i go about creating something like that? Help!

Does that make sence?!

Thanks all.
Jon

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gerri-atrick

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you could make an animated gif with the pictures, then their is flash video more complicated but better results, if you use a program like dreamweaver you could make a "behaviour" to do it, then there is javascript, you can do it that way.........there are lots of ways to do it :) post a link to a sample and i will check it out.

I currently do a football site click here and use spry a lot, but as it is a youth football site i dont publish a lot of photo`s due to child protection issues and if its a kids football site you may need to look into your associations guidelines before going ahead ......its even worse for video :(

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mco

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this is a free application that makes animated gifs which does the job quickly and simply
click here

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