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Page roptate I want to make 6 home page whose rotate vertical or horizental. and i mouse over one page tnen saty this page and click one home page open in new window this home page

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1. Make them as indiviual movie clips, with cyclic motion sequence with autoplay
2. Catch the mouse over the clip event to stop playing
3. Catch the mouse click event of the clip to open the link

* U may also have the data and links in separate files and rotate them with time, by another script :)

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