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Dynamic text to hotspots

Dynamic text to hotspots

Dynamic text to hotspots

(OP)
I would like to have 4/5 hotspots on my page that have text which is generated via the querystring whic is appended to the detailpage.asp

Then when sumone selects one of the hoptspots it will query the database a second time but bring back the same hotspots but with different text generated by the new querystring.

I know I can put an asp cmd in to get the recordset and use the variable on the detail page but.. how do I include the <%tableoftext.textfield%> to the detailpage.asp as the hotspot I have created is via FW4 and I am not sure if I can include that once the images have been created.

Any ideas how I might approach this problem?

thanks

RE: Dynamic text to hotspots

you cant do this to images....


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RE: Dynamic text to hotspots

(OP)
could you just give me a little hint on what file and where this variable may go ?

thanks

RE: Dynamic text to hotspots

you should try the asp forum, im learning server side scripting and i am teaching myself php so asp would be next on my list. sorry


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