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HTML, links, and image cycling...oh my.

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Hello board,

I know how to make an animated GIF, but when I upload it to my company's website the image can be linked to only one link; i.e. each frame of the animated GIF cannot be its own link to a different URL. Insert sigh here because that's what I want: each frame to be it's own link.

My theory is that there is a way for me to have a few single images, each one big slice with its own link embedded via PS, and (1) upload each image to my website's server, and (2) slap in some HTML to a webpage what will summon up each image for a turn of five seconds or so, then move on to the next one.

The only way for me to get HTML into my company's site is to open up the CMS we use, click on "Flash Object" and paste HTML code into the box that comes up. It's worked for HTML supplied by others, but I don't know how to code myself.

So, as a raw HTML newbie, how the heck can I code what I want to do? Links to tutorials for such things, or any general advice, are appreciated.
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