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i saw a wesite the other day that had a animation on the top left hand corner. if you have used microsoft office then you know of the animation that ...
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    i saw a wesite the other day that had a animation on the top left hand corner. if you have used microsoft office then you know of the animation that i am talking about.
    how do i get an animation like that to place on my website?
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    did this animation moved... around the page or was static...
    Do you have a Link to this site,,...

    Was it a regular animated.gif image?


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    i will look for the animation and when i find it i will post it up here
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    Just save it as a .gif and put it in a folder called images
    then the code would be
    [img]images/nameofgif.gif[/img] put that code in the html and it will show up on your page.
    Let me know if you need further instructions.
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    Here is the site http://www.xanga.com/home.aspx?user=A2daN1nDaHouZ
    Notice the hat on the bottom right corner, next to the watch. What is that for? How do i make such animations?

    Just save it as a .gif and put it in a folder called images
    then the code would be
    [img]images/nameofgif.gif[/img] put that code in the html and it will show up on your page.
    Let me know if you need further instructions.
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    i need help, i can not copy it. Give me furthure instructions.[/url]
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    I am not quite sure what you are asking but if you want to save images from the net you can put your curser over it and right click and save as
    or save image as.
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    this is what i am asking,
    once you visit that website on the top left corner you see the little animation. If you right click on that animation the only option that it gives you is hide.
    visit the website and try copying that animation
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    I don't see what you are talking about. watch? hat? Is it on the first page?
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    IF you want to see the source of the page go to the top of the browser where it says file edit view and click view then scroll down to page source and you can see code.
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    I don't see what you are talking about. watch? hat? Is it on the first page?
    when i visit the site with IE6, i see a little icon of a hat next to the clock on my bottom right corner. If you dont see the hat then foget the hat its okay i dont really care about the hat.

    but when you visited the site did you see an animation of a magician on the top left corner?

    if you do then how do i put something like that on my website?
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