If it's going to be constant and not event-driven, I'd recommend using gifs. An example of this behavior can be seen on lookoutforsmartgrowth. This is a great solution, I am working on a smilar project and used this code, but ran into an issue. Then you have to show the div as you need to be displayed depending on the type of animation you need. Is there a way to preload images so that the slideshow will start once the images preload?
I also would use a loop to switch the images Or could this be done with jQuery? Once again, could be easy with callbacks. I exported a 9 second animation via image sequence and need to cycle through images. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
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