This page will soon be reconstructed to comply with new webstandards and to get rid of the old fashioned table formatting used below. At the same time I will update the help and add a section with information about placing flash movies on your page. For now the old text is below.
| Here you
will find out how to:-
|Downloading and displaying the GIFs|
|On a Mac
Just click hold the mouse over the image in Netscape or Internet Explorer
and a dialogue box will appear giving you the options to Save this image
(Netscape) or Download this image (Internet Explorer). Having chosen
this option a new dialogue box will appear showing you where you are
saving the file to and the file name. Save to your hard drive.
On a PC
Just right click the mouse over the image in Netscape or Internet
Explorer and a dialogue box will appear giving you the options to Save
image as (Netscape) or Save this picture (Internet Explorer). Having
chosen this option a new dialogue box will appear showing you where
you are saving the file to and the file name. You must keep the file
extension the same. Save to your hard drive.
Upload your image
Now you have the image on your hard drive you must upload it to your
web page server. Do this using your normal ftp client, don't forget
you must transfer it as a binary.
Display your image
Now you are ready to display the image on your web page. Do this using the IMG SRC tag eg:-
<IMG SRC="anim.gif">This would display an image called anim.gif, so long as it is in the same directory as your HTML page. If it is in a different directory however you will have to point to the directory the image is in. For example if the image is in a directory within your directory on your web server called images you would reference it
<IMG SRC="images/anim.gif">You should also add in the size of the image (this helps display time) and an ALT statement for people with images turned off and for those who can't view animated GIFs eg:-
<IMG SRC="anim.gif" WIDTH="60" HEIGHT="60" ALT="Animated gif">You can also use the modifier tag ALIGN to position your image right, left, top and bottom etc., eg:-
<IMG ALIGN=Left SRC="anim.gif" WIDTH="60" HEIGHT="60" ALT="Animated gif">For more help on positioning GIFs and for help in general on setting up your web site there is an excellent list of resources at the Netscape site, Creating Net Sites. This site also includes links to a large number of aids for creating html pages.
|Give credit and link back to this site|
It is a legal copyright requirement of using any of the Animation Arthouse images that you give the artist credit and give a link back to the Animation Arthouse site. You can do this in a number of ways either (NB two of the bars in the bars section were created by Dave Allinson, so please credit him if you use those images.)
Animation created by Lisa Konrad of
<A HREF="http://www.animation.arthouse.org"> Animation Arthouse</A>you can copy that straight to your HTML page
Or you can add a link to my name leading to my homepages as well as the link to the Animation Arthouse, but this is not a requirement....
<A HREF="http://www.mimir.com/~lisa">Lisa Konrad</A>of
<A HREF="http://www.animation.arthouse.org"> Animation Arthouse</A>
Or you can use the new Animation Arthouse logo and make it the link. The logo is 18k.
The html code for this would be :-
Or you can use the smaller black and white logo which is 6kb.
I am intending to create a page of links to all those nice people using my graphics, and linking back to the Animation Arthouse site. I hope eventually to showcase one each month. I recently lost many of my bookmarks so if you are intending to or have already used my graphics e-mail me so I can add you to the list. There is now a special email for this
The images on these pages are available for you to use as long as you credit the creator of the image, Lisa Konrad, and link back to these animated clip art pages. The creator retains all copyright. For information on copyright and how to download the images read the help page. If you have any questions about this site, comments or would like custom made graphics please mail me by clicking the link below.