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I have created a web page using microsoft frontpage, on it there are several images, what i want to do is change the image automatically after a certain time date. Any ideas ??

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Javascript, a java applet, or a CGI script  will automatically switch the images for you - the first two will require the user to have the requisite technology (a java-enabled browser for an applet, netscape 3 or 4 for an image-manipulating JavaScript) and the last will require your site to be SSI-enabled.


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What you need is a good javascript slide-show function.  This one, at the url below, uses a variable-enabled timer to load new images from a list, every XXXX nanoseconds.

Certainly worth considering.

http://www.bloke.com/javascript/Flipper/
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