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"Revolving" pictures on a website

Posted on 2011-03-02
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I have four pictures that I want on the home page of a website, which I am creating using Microsoft Expressions.

I want it so that they change and revolve on a 10 second interval, but cannot recall how I used to do this. I think somehow I merged them into a single jpg.

I am open to suggestion of freeware but do not want to spend much finance on this!
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You have probably used animated gif or png. There are many tools for this and some are free and shareware ussualy has trials.
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You can also solve it using javascript/jquery. Here is a fancy version with free download:

http://wowslider.com/automatic-jquery-slider-noir-squares-demo.html
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