Ad Banner GIF needs clickable links

Posted on 2013-10-01
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Last Modified: 2013-10-01
Hey everyone!

Im trying to make an animated GIF that is an ad banner. I have been successful in doing so with Photoshop CS6 but I am not sure how to make each individual pic in the GIF clickable on the web so that if the ad is for a local biz the user can click on the ad and it takes them to that site.

Any input?
Question by:nloomis

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Uptime Legal Systems earned 2000 total points
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The GIF format does not support clickable links, you may want to try creating it as a flash .swf to get that functionality,

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Thank You!!

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