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XHTML Tutorial - Animated Images
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What Is an Animated Image?
An animated image is a special image file saved in animated GIF format. When an animated image
is displayed in a browser window, multiple image frames will be displayed in sequence to form
a simple animation.
Here is a tutorial example with a server-side image map:
<?xml version="1.0" ?>
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict//EN"
<title>Animated GIF Image</title>
<h4>Animated GIF Image</h4>
<p style="background-color: #eeeeee; padding: 8px;">
Are you getting lots of emails these days?
<img src="lots_of_email.gif" alt="Lots of email"/>
If you save the above document as animated_image.html, download this
animated GIF image file and view it with Internet Explorer,
you will see an animated image embedded inline in a text paragraph as shown below:
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- What Is an "img" Tag/Element?
- What Are the Attributes of an "img" Element?
- How To Reduce the Display Size of an Image?
- How To Float an Image to the Right Side?
- What Is an Animated Image?
- What Is a Server-Side Image Map?
- What Is a Client-Side Image Map?
- What Is a "map" Tag/Element?