Can i use <animate> with a <img src> ?
i would like to make a image move in the page
You have to use the <marquee> tag.
It would be better if you use css. Marquee is deprecated.
@Robyn_A: Actually <marquee> still works in most of browsers, even in an html5 document... The trick is that <marquee> had never been part of html specification, and html5 specification discourage it use and implementation, meaning that it should becomes unsupported by mostly browsers in future ^^ @Arthur Abreu: <animate> is not part of HTML standard, but part of SVG one: it can only be used in <svg> container... However, <svg> can hold image (as background of SVG shapes, so <img> in html is quite equivalent to <rect> in svg with background-image, even if svg is not design to handle bitmaps at first) and you can use <animate> as child of it. Anyway, @Swapnil Srivastava is right, using css animation features should be the better way to do ;)
@Swapnil Thanks, I forgot that even though <marquee> works in the code playground, it doesn't work in HTML5.
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