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Zacariem

HTML on your desktop...

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Hi all!

You guys are pretty clever so I was wondering if you could answer this?

I've got a html code (bellow) and I want to put it on my desktop bakcground:



Is this possible???

PS: Egnor the pic it's of my uncle and auntie it's the first thing I found on my PC!

Zacariem 8)

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oh im not using those pics they were just an example! I'm going to route through my MySpace collection and find something good!

Thanks a lot by the way I'm just trying it now!

Zacariem 8)

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Another thing (sorry for triple posting)...

I've taken out the code that adds all the 'click here to get your cube' stuff, but I can't get rid of the actual link on the cube.

Also where do you put the '

' code when theres '

Can anyone help me out here?

Zacariem (for the third time lol!)

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So it is possible to have an animation as your desktop?

Yep... I didn't try with a html file, but it works with a .gif file

I think she's talking about flash...

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yea html worked fine! I tried adding other stuff like games on my desktop...worked fine too!

The site that I got the cube from has exeeded its bandwisth so I have to wait :-(

Zacariem

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you can create a HTML document with that code in it, then select it as your desktop just like an image.

Instead of this, you might want to try hitting the little button "Customize Desktop" button on the Desktop tab of the Desktop Properties window. Then in the new dialog, hit the "Web" tab and then hit the "New" button. Then you select your HTML file and OK out off all dialogs. It will put the file on your desktop, but instead of taking it all over, it puts it in a nice little window. :)

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Yes, indeed, Westrock!

I remember using my 700mHz 64MB RAM computer a few years ago...if you made the background animated, it could use ALL of the system resources...

Good point...

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