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I want the images to change (rotate) in sequence when the page is refreshed not random like i have below. Can someone help me with this please? Also I also need text to change on refresh to because I am going to have a descritption of the image below. So the image and text sync up together when some refreshes the page or goes page to the home page. Thanks

<script type="text/javascript" language="JavaScript">

var imgs = new Array('<a href="VW_1.shtml"><img border=0 src="img/samples/VW/large_1.jpg" width=165 height=109" class="thumbnail_img">',
'<a href="fortshelby1.shtml"><img border=0 src="img/samples/Fort Shelby/image1-large.jpg" width=165 height=109 class="thumbnail_img">',
'<a href="jaguar1.shtml"><img border=0 src="img/samples/Jag_of_Novi/large_1.jpg" width=165 height=109 class="thumbnail_img">',
'<a href="harley1.shtml"><img border=0 src="img/samples/wolverine_harley/large_1.jpg" width=165 height=109 class="thumbnail_img">',
'<a href="bc1.shtml"><img border=0 src="img/samples/BC_Coney_Island/large_1.jpg" width=165 height=109 class="thumbnail_img">',
'<a href="mama1.shtml"><img border=0 src="img/samples/Pozios_Retail_Mama_Vickys_Coney_Island/large_1.jpg" width=165 height=109 class="thumbnail_img">',
'<a href="children1.shtml"><img border=0 src="img/samples/Detroit_Childrens_Museum/large_1.jpg" width=165 height=109 class="thumbnail_img">',
'<a href="harper1.shtml"><img border=0 src="img/samples/Harper_Woods_Library/large_1.jpg" width=165 height=109 class="thumbnail_img">',
'<a href="dps1.shtml"><img border=0 src="img/samples/DPS_Facilities_building/large_1.jpg" width=165 height=109 class="thumbnail_img">',
'<a href="lakeland1.shtml"><img border=0 src="img/samples/Lakeland_School_Huron_Valley/large_1.jpg" width=165 height=109 class="thumbnail_img">',
'<a href="auto1.shtml"><img border=0 src="img/samples/Manhattan_Auto_Group/large_1.jpg" width=165 height=109 class="thumbnail_img">',
'<a href="maxey1.shtml"><img border=0 src="img/samples/Maxey_Ford/large_1.jpg" width=165 height=109 class="thumbnail_img">',
'<a href="benz1.shtml"><img border=0 src="img/samples/Mercedes_Benz_of_St_Clair_Shores/large_1.jpg" width=165 height=109 class="thumbnail_img">',
'<a href="metro_lofts1.shtml"><img border=0 src="img/samples/Metro_Lofts/large_1.jpg" width=165 height=109 class="thumbnail_img">',
'<a href="mtclemens1.shtml"><img border=0 src="img/samples/Mt_Clemens_Library/large_1.jpg" width=165 height=109 class="thumbnail_img">',
'<a href="st_gertrudes.shtml"><img border=0 src="img/samples/st_gertrudes/large_1.jpg" width=165 height=109 class="thumbnail_img">',
'<a href="rayconnect1.shtml"><img border=0 src="img/samples/Rayconnect/large 1.jpg" width=165 height=109 class="thumbnail_img">',
'<a href="faulhauber1.shtml"><img border=0 src="img/samples/Faulhauber/large1.jpg" width=165 height=109 class="thumbnail_img">');

var max = imgs.length;
var num = Math.floor((Math.random() * max));

document.writeln(imgs[num]);

</script>

Edited by twistidphreak: n/a

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You could use a cookie for this, but the question is, why? Isn't it nicer to change the image after, say, two seconds?

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