Your image will have
now been uploaded to the corresponding directory.
If the cursor trail you will choose consists of only one image, then you're done with the uploading. If it consists of more than one image, repeat Steps 5-7 for each individual image.
Now, for the second part
the images will follow the cursor around the page. Go to www.dynamicdrive.com
and select the Mouse Trails Effect link. They offer several different trail
effect so take your time to look through and decide which is the best for
a tag in the head portion. That means that I'm not sure how to set up the
Fade Away Cursor Trail Script.
Once you have decided on a script, copy the whole script and type in hometown as a keyword. Select Easy Designer. Select Open an Exhisting Page. Select the page which will contain the cursor trail and click Open. Once it is open, select Insert up at the top. From the drop down menu, click on Advanced HTML. Click on the blank space given and press Ctrl + V. Once the script has appeared, select OK. Make sure the box that reads HTML object in read is in the uppermost left corner. By clicking on the HTML box you can select it (four little boxes come out on each corner). By hovering over the bottom right corner and dragging it up and left you can greatly reduce the size of the html box so that it wont interfere with any of your other text or image boxes.
Select Save and then OK
You've set up a cursor trail on your page.