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| 8:03 pm on May 14, 2010 (gmt 0)|
I have a web page that has a small table to the left of the main content. The background of that area is an image that is defined in the css file.
Is it possible to place a script in there for the image to randomly rotate to a new one with still using the css?
| 8:29 am on May 16, 2010 (gmt 0)|
You can use php, style.php :
$rand_num = mt_rand(1, 4);
background-image: url('randimage<?php echo $rand_num ?>.gif');
The first line is the most important because it will send the right header to the browser. The variable $rand_num is assigned a number between 1 to 4.
You'll have four images:
randimage2.gif ... etc
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