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How do I setup a Randomized DHMTL image slide show

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I have 8 image placeholders on a page. I would like to sequentialy change one of images to a random selection from a pool of images ever 2 seconds. I assume I could load the image file names into an js array. Then I left with needing to setup a timing loop and of creating a random number bonded by the number of images. Could I see some sample code of this funcionallity?
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Great source for DHTML stuff...

http://www.dynamicdrive.com/dynamicindex14/fadeinslideshow.htm

There are more sideshows available there too :)
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Thanks. Looks like a great site for other stuff too.
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