Bitmap image format which can support animations.

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Gif image in newsletter and the risk of spam

I am wondering if you find it risky to use a moving gif image in a newsletter. We have a mail list about 700k of people and the percentage of Outlook is still high. In a test we did the newsletter ...
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How do I delay a .gif image until the user scrolls down to it?

I have multiple .gif files that I want to post on a forum, it's powered by myBB. Anyways, I want these to load sequentially as the user scrolls. E.g first .gif loads, user scrolls down, second .gif ...
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Plus/Minus animated comment icon

So I've seen this animated gif icon on many, many websites. It seems to always be related to comments or feedback. My questions are: 1. What is the common name for it? 2. Who created it? I would ...
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Is it possible to animate JPGs? [closed]

This may sound ridiculous, but I'm curious as to how this image on imgur is animated: http://i.imgur.com/VnPVF.jpg and yet still appears to be a JPG file, not a GIF. Is it server side? It's viewing ...
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Why is this GIF's animation speed different in Firefox vs. IE?

Oracle Enterprise Manager has a web interface that uses this GIF: The odd thing about this GIF is that in Firefox (v9&10) it spins about twice as fast as in MSIE (v7&9). Why does the ...
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GIF vs PNG which to use?

For the image title of my website medium-small(150x50) white background with some effects on title (example: google title image) I saved the image in .gif and .png with result: .gif size = 3.09 kB ...
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How do I know what image type to use?

I'm working on a website which will use images in several different applications, from action buttons to avatars to larger detail images. What factors should I take into consideration to decide ...