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I want to use css3 animations for the image (coral) on the homepage of my website: www.website2013.site50.netSo, the first (?) thing I've to do is making the image which now is a .jpg file into a .gif file!How do I do that? I don't have much time - someone is interested in me and wants an answer! Using 3D transform is a good option?

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If you want 3d transforms YES!, if not, NO, and why would you want to change from jpg to gif, you are coming up with so many different options thinking it is an answer to a question that no one can figure out what you are trying to achieve but YOU. If you want a animated image, where the coral moves for example from left and right with the motion of the sea, css3 animation is not going to provide that. IF you are not looking for that, EXPLAIN CLEARLY WHAT YOU ARE LOOKING FOR, IN THIS IMAGE.

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If you want 3d transforms YES!, if not, NO, and why would you want to change from jpg to gif, you are coming up with so many different options thinking it is an answer to a question that no one can figure out what you are trying to achieve but YOU. If you want a animated image, where the coral moves for example from left and right with the motion of the sea, css3 animation is not going to provide that. IF you are not looking for that, EXPLAIN CLEARLY WHAT YOU ARE LOOKING FOR, IN THIS IMAGE.
That's exactly what I want! But my problem is time (and therefore the confusing!). I've to send an e-mail today to a prospective employer and therefore I must have something atractive on my latest website. And an animation takes a while! 2 questions:- what's a good alternative?- in this case: animation can only be done with Flash or Photoshop? Edited by eduardlid
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As diedres dad has already suggested quickest alternative is to find gif animation on web that is to your needs. creating flash or photoshop (imageready) is going to take longer, the flash alternative will a movie format embed in flash anyway, so it would be better/quicker to use the original movie itself.

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As diedres dad has already suggested quickest alternative is to find gif animation on web that is to your needs. creating flash or photoshop (imageready) is going to take longer, the flash alternative will a movie format embed in flash anyway, so it would be better/quicker to use the original movie itself.
Ok, thanks!
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I've to send an e-mail today to a prospective employer and therefore I must have something attractive on my latest website. And an animation takes a while!
Do you really think it is wise to seek work as a webpage designer when you are still just learning the basics? I mean you don't even have an ordinary css menu on your sample webpage: http://www.website2013.site50.net/ http://css.maxdesign...rial/roll10.htm http://www.1stwebdes...tton-tutorials/ http://ntt.cc/2010/1...developers.html EDIT-- I do see from your posting history that you have actually been quite active in the PHP forum, so why doesn't your webpage seem to offer any PHP functionality? I see a very simple webpage. Edited by davej
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