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Last Post by greenglow
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You really can't control what the page looks like until it finishes loading.

You can use a javascript in the header to cache the images before the page starts to display.

<SCRIPT LANGUAGE="JavaScript">
<!-- hide from non JavaScript Browsers

Image1= new Image(50,60)
Image1.src = "thing.gif"

Image2 = new Image(70,80)
Image2.src = "thing2.gif"

Image3 = new Image(90,100)
Image3.src = "thing3.gif"

// End Hiding -->
</SCRIPT>
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You can use a javascript in the header to cache the images before the page starts to display.

<SCRIPT LANGUAGE="JavaScript">
<!-- hide from non JavaScript Browsers

Image1= new Image(50,60)
Image1.src = "thing.gif"

Image2 = new Image(70,80)
Image2.src = "thing2.gif"

Image3 = new Image(90,100)
Image3.src = "thing3.gif"

// End Hiding -->
</SCRIPT>

We'll try this. It was very kind to include the code-thanks!

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