Firstly massive thanks to those that have helped over the past week to help resolve some other posts. This query is still related to the same mini project.
In a nutshell l am using a kaleidoscope built in HTML for the intro of my site. Using the canvas function and some clever maths it works beautifully. My problem: I want to have a different image every time the browser is refreshed.
At the moment the code line involved reads:
kscope = new Kaleidoscope('canvas', 'kaleidoscope.jpg', 16);
I have been advised my a friend that the following would work:
var mypic = 'kaleidoscope.jpg';
kscope = new Kaleidoscope('canvas', mypic, 16);
To go further:
var mypic = ['a.jpg', 'b.jpg', 'c.jpg];
kscope = new Kaleidoscope('canvas', mypic[Math.floor(Math.random() * mypic.length))], 16);
Neither of these work. Am l doing something wrong or is there a fault in the code above? The simpler the explanation the better. I am a very quick learner but these commands are all new for me!
Thanks in advance.
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