HTML FOR MAKING A SLIDE SHOW WITH CONTINUOUS MUSIC IN FRAMES



To make a slide show, you must make a starting page, a separate page for every slide in the show, and a finishing page to return the viewer to wherever you want them to go. What follows are the codes for each of these three pages. To create your own slide show, you should cut, copy, and paste the codes onto each page and change all the REQUIRED INFORMATION on each page as you go.

THIS IS THE CODE FOR THE FIRST PAGE. IT WILL PUT YOUR GUESTS INTO FRAMES AND START THE SHOW:




THIS IS THE CODE FOR
EACH OF YOUR SLIDE PAGES:




NOTE THAT THE NUMBER "4" REPRESENTS THE NUMBER OF SECONDS THIS SLIDE WILL STAY ON THE SCREEN ONCE IT IS COMPLETELY LOADED. YOU MAY CHANGE THIS NUMBER IF YOU LIKE.

REPEAT THE ABOVE CODE FOR EVERY SLIDE YOU WANT IN YOUR SHOW


THIS IS THE CODE FOR THE FINISHING PAGE OF YOUR SHOW:



NOTE THAT THE NUMBER "15" REPRESENTS THE NUMBER OF SECONDS THIS SLIDE WILL STAY ON THE SCREEN AFTER IT COMPLETELY LOADS. YOU MAY CHANGE THIS NUMBER IF YOU LIKE.


FINALLY, TO BREAK YOUR VIEWERS OUT OF FRAMES, PLACE THIS CODE JUST BEFORE THE /HEAD TAG ON THE PAGE TO WHICH YOU ARE TRANSPORTING THEM:





That's it. If you follow the codes and fill in the information where called for, you should have no problems. Good Luck.

Our thanks to Rob Holloway of Rob's Motown Midis for teaching us how to make a slide show, and to Jerry Hollingshead for his patience in solving some peculiar coding problems. Thanks Guys!!!

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