function random_imglink(){ var myimages=new Array() //specify random images below. You can have as many as you wish myimages[1]="/screens/welcome1.gif" myimages[2]="/screens/welcome2.gif" myimages[3]="/screens/welcome3.gif" myimages[4]="/screens/welcome4.gif" myimages[5]="/screens/welcome5.gif" myimages[6]="/screens/welcome6.gif" myimages[7]="/screens/welcome7.gif" myimages[8]="/screens/welcome8.gif" myimages[9]="/screens/welcome9.gif" myimages[10]="/screens/welcome10.gif" //specify corresponding text below var imagetext=new Array() imagetext[1]="Burritt Library Classroom, CCSU" imagetext[2]="Burritt Library Reference Desk" imagetext[3]="Haas Library, WCSU" imagetext[4]="Smith Library, ECSU" imagetext[5]="Haas Library, WCSU" imagetext[6]="Haas Library, WCSU" imagetext[7]="Smith Library, ECSU" imagetext[8]="Law Reading Room, State Library" imagetext[9]="Genealogy Index Corridor, State Library" imagetext[10]="CT State Library" var ry=Math.floor(Math.random()*myimages.length) if (ry==0) ry=1 document.write(''+imagetext[ry]+'
') } //random_imglink() //-->
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