How to Do a Rotating Banner With CSS
By employing principles used in digital animation, you can add rotating banners to your Web Pages. Third-party programs that generate rotating banners come in a variety of programming languages and technologies including Flash and jQuery. Since rotating banners are nothing more than images that change over time, you can use Cascading Style Sheets or CSS to produce this effect. Create a slow-motion animation by stacking multiple banners and making them appear every few seconds.
Open a webpage document. Move to the document’s body section and add the following code at the location where you want your banner to appear:
Paste the code shown below into your documents head section:This code creates the CSS class definition referenced by the image tags in the body. The class makes each image invisible by setting its display value to “none.”
Save the document. Launch your browser and open the document. The onload event begins and cycles through your banner images displaying them one by one.
Tips & Warnings
- Your banners cycle in the order that you include them on the Web page.
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