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|Anonymous||Gif Header/Banner Image||2||Apr 13 2014, 10:11 AM EDT by CryingDove|
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I've been having some trouble uploading a banner to my site that contains a GIF image animation, like this one: http://25.media.tumblr.com/bd051c95b47fc372f972a2a8947fbfcf/tumblr_mh154pf5rY1rstu7zo1_500.gif
or this one: http://s272.photobucket.com/user/Quaswana/media/oie_z0VHgWIQe5lP_zps55d0f992.gif.html
I am using Pixlr and Free Online Image Editor to make the images and saving them as gifs. When I upload them to photobucket or to my computer, they work perfectly fine, but when I upload them as header images my site, it says "error" or the banner doesn't animate and is frozen.
I'm unsure if there are any dimension limits or file size limits to make the images animate while on the site. Help is much appreciated!
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