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film-strip type looping pics

Posted on 2004-04-03
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I would like to add a film-strip looping strip of photos of products which my company sells...i would like to be able to click ea. product and then be rerouted to the approprate page which will offer more information.
below is a sample page of what i'd like to do:
http://www.kevincpp.com/

is there a script that is available?

thanks

Ang
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It is done using an iframe declared this way:

<iframe id="datamain" src="external01.htm" width=95 height=100% marginwidth=0 marginheight=0 hspace=0 vspace=3 frameborder=0 scrolling=no></iframe>

The source in the iframe looks like this:

view-source:http://www.kevincpp.com/external01.htm

I don't see a copyright notice on the script, but you might want to ask for permission to use it as a courtesy.

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