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I have been asked to set up a SP site at work. I have site collection priv. with no access to SP designer. I have looked around on the internets for a way to make a cewp that would display 4 or 5 images from our image library on the bottom of our default page. How would I do this? Also, it has been asked that they not be 'hard coded' urls, that it could be any 5 of the increasingly growing number of images in the library. Can anyone point me somewhere to begin this process?

I have an image rotator that uses jquery, and it works great, so I figured it would have to be along that line... or at least that's what I've been searching.

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The default home page is designed with a big hardcoded content editor web part inside it - it allows you to add rich content to it in the page edit mode. So you can simply add your HTML code inside it - there's an option in the Ribbon to edit CEWP content HTML: enter image description here

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Appreciate the feedback, but unfortunately, I have no access to SP Designer. I have to do this all from scratch in a content editor webpart. – mrwienerdog Feb 28 '12 at 19:55
It's all in the browser only - no need in SPD. – Alex Boev Feb 28 '12 at 20:16

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