- Skill level:
Log in to your Web host account and upload your pictures to the same directory where your website files reside. This is typically done by clicking the "Control Panel" or "cpanel" feature, clicking the "Public_HTML" or "Public_WWW" folder and then clicking the "Browse," "Open" or "Upload" button that displays on the page. Write down the URL location of your picture files after the upload process is complete (for example, "http://www.site.com/images/picture.gif").
Start your text editor program and bring up the Web page you want to add scrolling pictures to.
Position your cursor in the area where you want the images to appear. Type the following marquee tags:
The marquee applies a scrolling behaviour to the content placed between these elements.
Place your cursor between the marquee tags and enter an image source code followed by the URL address of your photo from the previous step. Include additional pictures by entering the address in a separate image tag. For example:
<img src="http://www.site.com/images/picture1.gif" />
<img src="http://www.site.com/images/picture2.gif" />
Enter the alt attribute for each picture to describe what the photo is. Further, type in the desired image dimensions (if preferred) to control how small or large the picture appears. For instance:
<img src="http://www.site.com/images/picture1.gif" alt="picture of the ocean" height="50" width="75" />
Save your file and upload it back to your Web host to publish your scrolling pictures.
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