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How to move an object from left to center?

I know almost nothing about javascript, so please bear with me... I have an object (picture) that I want to have move from the left side of the web page to the center.  I can't imagine this hasn't been done before; is there a "canned" javascript that would do this for me? (hopefully with instructions, like a tutorial)?

I appreciate the help.
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bdichiaraCommented:
Are you wanting it to animate, or simply move from the left to the center in 1 quick step?
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rmmarshAuthor Commented:
kind of like "amble" across the page (not slow, but now fast either)... what I have is a jpg that I want to have move from left to the center of the page where it is now... just wanted to spiffy up the site a bit... :D
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bdichiaraCommented:
I would check out some of the pre-built packages like Scriptaculous and Mootools. With the help of some javascript that detects the width of the browser window, you should be able to find the center of the screen and execute a MOVE or SLIDE with one of those scripts. It may even have a built-in center option. Check out the documentation.
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rmmarshAuthor Commented:
I have looked at Scriptaculous, and it looks like it would do what I want... however, getting it integrated with D.H.E. (Dynamic HTML Editor) is where the problem is.  I don't know where to start, where to put what, and that obviously is the problem.  I'm reading a Javascript textbook now to get up to speed, but would like to get this done before the New Year! :D

Do you know D.H.E.?
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ZylochCommented:
I am not familiar with DHE, but if it is just another Javascript package, you can include both in your <head> section just by including the right <script> tags. Libraries are usually built well enough so that conflicts can be avoided.
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rmmarshAuthor Commented:
No, it's a HTML editor (pretty cool, at that!)... so everything goes in the HEAD section?
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ZylochCommented:
Yes, you almost always want to include external Javascript in the <head> section. I am more familiar with jQuery than Scriptaculous, but you should be able to find demos on their pages that show you how to use it. All of the popular Javascript libraries today come with very nice animations.

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