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(Message started by: Thomas Davis on Oct 24th, 2010, 4:41pm)

Title: Changing Homepage picture every second
Post by Thomas Davis on Oct 24th, 2010, 4:41pm
My website (made with HyperPublish) is a gallery  for astrophotography. On the Home page is an image that I would like to change every one second or so without changing the rest of the page. Is there a way to do this in HyperPublish?

Homepage: www.tvdavisastropics.com

Thanks,
Tom

Title: Re: Changing Homepage picture every second
Post by Support Staff on Oct 25th, 2010, 3:04am
Hi! Yes, you can, but this requires some Javascript. You find unlimited sites and manuals and examples about Javascript on the net.

Useful tech notes: to add code within the <IMG ... > tag of the image, right click the image, then "Properties" then the HTML tab.
To add HTML / JS code on the page, use Insert >HTML >Within text. In place of the file name of the image, the program allow you to use a icon (there is a image button that you should press to place that icon; that icon is automatically replaced - runtime- with the xyz.gif or xyz.jpg name of the image)

Alternatively, there is a small trick. You create a page that is identical to the first page (copy and paste) and then you change the image.
Then you use the "slides" feature (under the Format >Page properties dialog) and set the first page to be changed with page X after (say) 5 seconds.

Title: Re: Changing Homepage picture every second
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