DON'T BE A
BANDWIDTH BANDIT!!! Please do
not link directly to this server! Copy any animations
you wish to use to your server.
Welcome to my
collection of the best animated gifs I've found from all over the net.
These animations are Royalty Free Copyrighted
Animated Gifs for non-commercial use. I would
be happy to give any and all artists credit for their work, so if you have
an animation in my gallery email me and I will credit you or remove your
work at your discretion.
"Animations may not be resold, placed
on any location where a membership or entrance
fee is required to access them, or used on commercial/business web sites (including intranet and extranet
sites) without the knowledge and prior
permission of the artist."
Unfortunately, I have not been able to find authors for my
animations. You may use them at your own discretion, if you are contacted by the
artist requesting payment or credit for their work, you must abide by their
view an animation full size and "live" just click the thumbnail picture.
your browser's BACK button to return to the gallery.
the thumbnails don't have transparent backgrounds,
of the animations really are transparent.
the animation is "live" you save it to your computer using
CLICK and SAVE IMAGE AS
save an animation to your computer using the thumbnail,
CLICK and SAVE LINK AS
tag inside your HTML document just points to your image files and looks
you want to make a "clickable link" with your image you
put the IMG tag inside the HREF tag like this
you upload your image files (gif/jpg) to your server in the same way that
you upload your HTML files using some type of FTP (File Transfer Protocol)
you call up your HTML file, the tag tells it where to look for the images and shows the pictures on the
browser's page also :) to
use a background image in your pages you have to upload (send) your image
file (gif or jpg) to the same server where your page is, then put the name
of the file that you want to use inside the BODY tag at the top of your
page like this
<BODY BGCOLOR="#FFFFFF" BACKGROUND="backgrnd.jpg">
It is possible to use an animation with very
small file size as a background image, but not advisable. It really makes the
pages hard to read.
be careful with capital letters! The HTML is case sensitive which means that "BG.GIF"
"bg.GIF" and "bg.gif" are three DIFFERENT files.