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Sent by Paul Davis on 26 September 2005 13:01


Adam,
Thanks for the note, I appreciate that, however, Advanced Random Images won't
do what was asked. The only products I have that do background images is Expert
Images v2 - which is a commercial product and CSS Switcher (a little more
complicated to do, but possible), which is also a commercial product - both are
JavaScript solutions that integrate with CSS.  I don't want to break any rules,
but I do want to clarify the advice so no one is trying this and can't figure
out why it isn't working :)
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Paul Davis
http://www.kaosweaver.com

--- Adam Helweh [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:

> There is a great extension for Dreamweaver called Random images over at 
> Kaosweaver.com. Easy to impliment and a variety of options (IE: change 
> daily, change on reloead, in order, random etc.). Exact link: 
> http://www.kaosweaver.com/extensions/details.php?id=5&cid=12
> 
> Adam
> 
> [EMAIL-REMOVED] wrote:
> 
> >
> > Thanks! :)
> > Yeah that is my girlfriend's site I have been making. I am rather 
> > proud of the illustrations. I have like 20+ that i would like to 
> > appear at random. I guess this is not a feature that is possible in CSS.
> > thanks for the boost! It means alot!
> > -jeremy
> >
> >
> > David Laakso wrote:
> >
> >> jeremy wrote:
> >>
> >>> So i had to change the link to where i have the random background 
> >>> image happening.
> >>> It is only happening on this page:
> >>> http://slusherland.com/contact.php
> >>>
> >>> If you guys have any answers that would be great.
> >>> thanks - jeremy
> >>>
> >>>
> >>> jeremy wrote:
> >>>
> >>>> i have been looking for a really good way to make a random 
> >>>> background image happen. I saw that Photomat had a JS version of 
> >>>> it, but once working it doesnt appear to be consistent enough. 
> >>>> Maybe I need to apply something in the CSS to refresh the image 
> >>>> each time the page is loaded???
> >>>>
> >>>> http://slusherland.com/  -  I have the random image happening to 
> >>>> all the pages except the home page.
> >>>>
> >>>> Is there a pure CSS way to go about this?
> >>>>
> >>>> -jeremy
> >>>>
> >>
> >> Dunno, Jeremy-- but I gotta' tell you I'm crazy nuts about that 
> >> little site of yours.
> >> ~dL
> >
> >
> >
> >
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