Let's take a look at what the script produces at this time of the day.
As already mentioned, there are actually eight different images that this script might be displaying on this page. Which one is actually displayed depends on what time it is now at your location. If you don't believe me then return to this page in a few hours time and you will see a different image. The night image displays between 8pm and 4am so you might need to wait a bit longer before returning if you are viewing that image, all of the other images only display during two or three hour periods.
Below are the eight images used by this script. If you are going to use the supplied images then you need to right click on each of them in turn and save them using the name that appears under each image.
If you prefer you can use your own images instead of the ones below. If the images you use are not 200 pixels wide and 80 pixels high then you will need to adjust the width and height within the script itself to the size you are using. All eight images must be the same size though and have names corresponding to the names shown under the images below.
Now that you have the image, the next step is to copy the following script and attach it just before the </body> tag.
This article written by Stephen Chapman, Felgall Pty Ltd.