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    Question Please help me with my javascript slideshow

    Hello! I am brand new to this forum and this is my first post.

    I am building my first webpage in HTML, and I needed to use javascript for the slide show, so i used a code for the slide show from codelifter.

    I like the slide show, but I need to do more then 1 slide show on the same page so I was wondering if I could just do two different slide shows using the same code, just copying and pasting it with different images. But I have a feeling that wont work since the images are loaded in the head.... any tips?

    Also my second question is how i make my slide show a link, like where you click on it and it will take you to a seperate page i make... is it simular to adding a href codes?

    I know a good amount of html (not everything but enough) but i dont know much about javascript, so any help would be apprieciated, thanks and let me know what other information i need to ad for u to help me

    here is the website: http://jcautorepairstl.com/CarsForSale.html

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    Suggest you use the search feature of this forum for "multiple slide shows" as the topic has been raised many times before.

    For example:-

    Flexible Image Slideshow - how to do multiple instances on same page?


    But most people would advise against having multiple slide shows on the same page - as chances are that your visitors can't watch three things at once.


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    Last edited by Philip M; 05-12-2009 at 06:22 PM.


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