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I want to change the images for 5 seconds of a website.Do you recommend to downloaf Flash CS6 Professional?

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You do not need flash to do that. It can be done using a JavaScript time event. Check it out here: http://www.w3schools...s/js_timing.asp
Many thanks I saw this. But how about images. Where can I find examples and what is the difference with Flash

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You don't know what flash is? frames, tweening, action script used in flash? You do do realise Flash CS6 Professional is going to be expensive, and the difficultly you had in understanding php etc is probably going to be just as difficult to understanding flash. I would google jquery 'gallery slideshow', 'gallery transitions' and try to get a free jquery script to do this for you.

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flash is freaking awwwwsommmmeeeee, js too but perfer flash lol

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You don't know what flash is? frames, tweening, action script used in flash? You do do realise Flash CS6 Professional is going to be expensive, and the difficultly you had in understanding php etc is probably going to be just as difficult to understanding flash. I would google jquery 'gallery slideshow', 'gallery transitions' and try to get a free jquery script to do this for you.
Thanks! I know what Flash is! I worked with Flash CS3

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You don't know what flash is? frames, tweening, action script used in flash? You do do realise Flash CS6 Professional is going to be expensive, and the difficultly you had in understanding php etc is probably going to be just as difficult to understanding flash. I would google jquery 'gallery slideshow', 'gallery transitions' and try to get a free jquery script to do this for you.
Many thanks! Finally, I found it (jquery transitions)! Now, is it very difficult to make it?

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Do you think (jquery transitions) is a good suggestion to a client to improve his website: www.hosteriahuahum.com.ar? Yes/No please?

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Thanks! I know what Flash is! I worked with Flash CS3
???? Then why did you describe an obvious flash app as being javascript in http://w3schools.invisionzone.com/index.php?showtopic=43954&pid=244120&st=0entry244120
Many thanks! Finally, I found it (jquery transitions)! Now, is it very difficult to make it?
Don't know? is it difficult for you to follow instructions that are usually supplied with the setup of this jquery gallery transitions app.
Do you think (jquery transitions) is a good suggestion to a client to improve his website: www.hosteriahuahum.com.ar? Yes/No please?
Don't know? your supposed to be the web designer, what do you think? what does the client think.

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???? Then why did you describe an obvious flash app as being javascript in http://w3schools.inv...=0 For me it wasn´t obvious! Don't know? is it difficult for you to follow instructions that are usually supplied with the setup of this jquery gallery transitions app.Ok, thanks! Don't know? your supposed to be the web designer, what do you think? what does the client think.

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???? Then why did you describe an obvious flash app as being javascript in http://w3schools.inv...=0For me it wasn´t obvious!
OH! sorry i forgot, copy paste without actually understanding what the flash app really does, so you when you actually see flash on website you naturally assume that is must be white man magic that make images move. YES!

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What should I use (what are the differences: JavaScript, Flash, jQuery????

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Whether you use Flash or jQuery, a little programming know-how is required, so I have to ask... Why are you even chasing this to begin with? If that's what the client wants, then he needs a developer, not a designer. He would need a designer if he wants you to actually make one of the ads (his ad that is) that would be part of the rotation.If you still want to go on this route... *takes a deep breath in a sense of despair*JavaScript is available on most devices and browsers. jQuery is written in JavaScript, so the same applies to it as well. The difference is that with jQuery, you'll make people download the library in addition to your ad rotation code. jQuery should make it easier for you to do this than plain JavaScript, but we're talking about you, so it may not be easy for you. I mean, you've proven time and time again that things we say are "easy" don't apply to you (and we have yet to see the vice-versa).Flash is available on most desktop devices, though less so on mobile devices. If you don't really care about mobile devices, Flash is a good choice, and it should be easier, especially if you really know it from CS3 (which I doubt given the fact you're even asking the question).Note that when I talk about you caring about mobile devices, I really mean YOU. Don't bother asking the client. They will say that they want mobile devices, but if the rest of the site is not mobile friendly, the fact the ads will be is irrelevant, and you'll only burden yourself with work you can't possibly deliver with your current knowledge.

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Whether you use Flash or jQuery, a little programming know-how is required, so I have to ask... Why are you even chasing this to begin with? If that's what the client wants, then he needs a developer, not a designer. He would need a designer if he wants you to actually make one of the ads (his ad that is) that would be part of the rotation. If you still want to go on this route... *takes a deep breath in a sense of despair* JavaScript is available on most devices and browsers. jQuery is written in JavaScript, so the same applies to it as well. The difference is that with jQuery, you'll make people download the library in addition to your ad rotation code. jQuery should make it easier for you to do this than plain JavaScript, but we're talking about you, so it may not be easy for you. I mean, you've proven time and time again that things we say are "easy" don't apply to you (and we have yet to see the vice-versa). Flash is available on most desktop devices, though less so on mobile devices. If you don't really care about mobile devices, Flash is a good choice, and it should be easier, especially if you really know it from CS3 (which I doubt given the fact you're even asking the question). Note that when I talk about you caring about mobile devices, I really mean YOU. Don't bother asking the client. They will say that they want mobile devices, but if the rest of the site is not mobile friendly, the fact the ads will be is irrelevant, and you'll only burden yourself with work you can't possibly deliver with your current knowledge.
Thanks! mmm....for me it isn´t clear what I should do? Portable is out of question, because few people here have portables! However, I want rotating images, thus I´ve to learn JavaScript? P. s. I should have written Flash CS6

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Thanks! mmm....for me it isn´t clear what I should do? Portable is out of question, because few people here have portables! However, I want rotating images, thus I´ve to learn JavaScript?
You could learn JavaScript (and/or jQuery) or you could learn Flash. Pick either one. It doesn't matter which one. In fact, try both, and see for yourself which is easier for you to deal with.
P. s. I should have written Flash CS6
There aren't many changes between CS3 and CS6, so if you know CS3, you pretty much know CS6 as well. But like I said, given the fact you're even asking whether Flash would work, I bet you don't really know any Flash.

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You could learn JavaScript (and/or jQuery) or you could learn Flash. Pick either one. It doesn't matter which one. In fact, try both, and see for yourself which is easier for you to deal with. There aren't many changes between CS3 and CS6, so if you know CS3, you pretty much know CS6 as well. But like I said, given the fact you're even asking whether Flash would work, I bet you don't really know any Flash.
Ok, thanks! I´ll do JavaScript.

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