in present science has prepared us for this ANSWER!
Issued: July 10th 2018.

ANSWER in htm: -

Also ANSWER in Word: -

And ANSWER in Adobe pdf: -

Animation Work Shop:


You cannot send an animation on your desktop to someone else. This is an impossibility.

The way it's done is this way:

An animation has to be on a server somewhere. You only send a source code LINK to that animation to someone.

THEN they get that animation.

An animation should (to avoid problems) always be contained in a paragraph (between a <p> and </p>). You can use spaces <br> instead of, or along with the paragraph set up too but using <br> without the <p> can sometimes give problems.

This is one way <P><IMG SRC="!DLUBerA*aLwKvNeFtQYVf84thtYnpMDWYcVQ/Blinkingeye.gif?dc=4675325563646545161" WIDTH=94 HEIGHT=94></P>

Note: if width and height are the same as above then that will be a square animation.

But to get other people who click on this animation to arrive at YOUR SITE you ADD: a href= and then at the end you must slash the a to exit thus </a>

So the above animation link will then become:

<P><a href="" target="_blank"><IMG SRC="!DLUBerA*aLwKvNeFtQYVf84thtYnpMDWYcVQ/Blinkingeye.gif?dc=4675325563646545161" WIDTH=94 HEIGHT=94></P></a>

MOST animations won't be this long but they CAN be, so expect anything. (above animation was an old msn groups animation that is gone now.)

BEWARE! While the paragraph p and the a href can be written P and A HREF and are not case sensitive -- other things in the animation source code definitely ARE case sensitive.


OK, So what you do now is find an animation - copy it to Word.

Then after it is in Word then click on the VIEW menu where it says HTML Source.

You will then see the exact source code similar to the one printed above or something like this SHORTER but far more complex one printed BELOW that I use now to get people to my site:

<p><a href="" target="_blank"><IMG SRC="http://AeonGraphix.Com/a/a/snake1.gif" border="0" alt="Click to get web page"></p>

You merely change the source code to:

<p><a href="" target="_blank"><IMG SRC="http://AeonGraphix.Com/a/a/snake1.gif" border="0" alt="Click to get Milo's web page"></p>

Then it and the following animations bring prople to your web site:

<br><a href="" target="_blank">

<img src="" border="0" alt="Click for Milo's web page"></a><br>

If you want it centered on the page then add this:

<p align="center"><a href="" target="_blank">

<img src="" border="0" alt="web site (Click)"></a></p>

For every extra space either above or below the animation add <br> like so either connected or spaced it doesn't matter; the animation page will only pick up the <br> as a space:



<p align="center"><a href="" target="_blank">

<img src="" border="0" alt="Click this animation."></a><br><br>

REMEMBER - these must be written on the source code page and then SAVED.


Now Click

Here you can get about any animation you want.

Then copy it to word.

Then go to the VIEW MENU

Click Open in HTML Source

Change the source code to your site

Reword the message


Be happy in your animation work.