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Drawing and moving squares using DHTML

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I need to animate 8 squares (all of varying sizes and colors), so that the squares move across a "table" (300x400) drawn using HTML/CSS. The squares will need to slide in front or behind each other. Can someone write me some dynamic html that produces the squares (with the help of JavaScript) and then moves them across the "table"?.  Thanks.
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thanks R.K.  this helps!
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