Everyone is so helpful on this site and I'm sure many of you know where to find the animated images I see used on so many blogs. Could you share that information and any relevant details?  They look great but I have no idea how to access them.

Joyce at Joyce's Choices

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Most of the short animation you see online us the "Animated Gif" format.  They can be created using Adobe Photoshop.  Another format is "flash animation" but this format is falling out of favor due to flash is not supported by by Apple products and other devices.

To find these animation I would suggest doing a Google search using the term "Animated Gif".

I hope that helps.

Thanks so much...I will definitely look into this...

Those 'animated images" are called GIF's, you can find them by searching on google images, and putting Gif next to whatever you want to find. E.G: Footbal Gif

The Images don't move when you see them laid out of the Google page. You have to click them and sometimes "view original image" to see them move.

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