"Don't you hate it when a webpage makes you look at an animation before you see the main site. Me too. They're slow to load, and demand all of the user's attention right now! They're almost as cool as web pages that play music without you asking!"
You should have it say "Welcome to the internet, circa 2001!"
(Animated webpage intros are terrible and nobody should ever use them, especially for a professional company and not, say, a cartoon or something. There's a reason Amazon doesn't have a talking box when you go to their page, and it's not for lack of resources.)
All I'm saying is, especially if you're trying to sell web design, opening up your page with something that hasn't been widely used in ~10 years (because end users tend to hate it, and it devours bandwidth with no payoff) is probably not a great idea. Seriously, I can't think of one page that has an animated intro of any kind - hell static intro/splash pages in general have practically died off, aside from 18+ content warnings.
Is Amazon an icon of web design? Maybe not (though I sure do like it.) But, what they are is a widely trusted company with an easy to use and navigate page.
thanks for your concern, it is noted and I may onlytry to use this as a web page that is loaded from the computer, i should had gone into more detail there - its for a presentation, so it'll be loaded locally