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and was successful; http://www.exoticwoodmall.com/index2.phpThis simple page loads the images into memory and rotates the active picture after each set time-out. It is started by this tag:
<body onload="runBGSlideShow()">Ie. it takes a body tag to get it going. This may be a common way of starting such scripts but it will not work on the home page where I want it (see above). I would rather have this background slide action happening only in the background area that is red. It is defined by a div statement. I tried attaching the onload statement to the div with no success. That area, also, is part of an include file, so there is no <body .... statement on which to hang the onload blah blah in traditional manner.
.... I can include code from the page if really needed but it would be better to attack the solution in a
more general way of how to start the script outright. .... for all those Canadians out there, a slightly belated Thanksgiving! Much thanks for all efforts, Bill Mudry