HTML doesn’t have a built-in way to create animated images, but you can use a type of image file called a GIF (Graphics Interchange Format) to create simple animations. A GIF is a type of image file that can contain multiple frames of images that play in sequence, creating the illusion of motion.
To create an animated GIF, you’ll need to create multiple frames of your animation and save them as individual image files. There are many software tools available to help you create GIF animations, including Adobe Photoshop, GIMP, and EZGIF.
Once you have your frames saved as individual image files, you can combine them into an animated GIF using an online tool or software such as Adobe Photoshop or GIMP. Once you have created your animated GIF, you can display it in your HTML file using the
<img> tag, like this:
<img src="example.gif" alt="Example Animated Image">
The browser will automatically display the animation when the page is loaded.
Note that animated GIFs can be large files and may take longer to load than static images. It’s important to optimize your GIF file size by reducing the number of frames and minimizing the file size of each frame to ensure that your animation loads quickly and doesn’t slow down your web page.
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