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4/7/15
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Phillip Ulinski

Adding a .gif animation to a Google site.

Google Site Animation

 

1. Select “Edit (e)” for page.  Position cursor in approximate position for the animated picture.

2. Click “Insert”.  Click “Images”.

3. Click “Upload Image” – upload your animated file.

4.  Click on animated Image.  Click “OK”.

5.  1st frame of file will be display but will not be animated.

6.  On unanimated picture click “Change”.

7.  Check “Open this link in a new window”.   Click  “OK”.

8.  On Page click “Save”.

9.  Click on the unanimated picture.

10.  Picture will be animated in a new window.

11.  Copy URL for new page. Starts “https:” - copy complete URL.

12.  Close window.

13.  Select “Edit (e)” for page.

14.  Click “Insert”. Click “Image”.  Click “Web address (URL)”.

15.  Paste copied URL into “Image URL” box.  Click “OK”.

16.  Click “Save”.  Select “Edit (e)” for page.  Select non-animated picture.  Click “Remove” or “X”.

17.  On Page click “Save”.

18.  May need to use “wrap on” to position animated picture.

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k8oms
4/7/15
k8oms
Thanks, it works.
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