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dynamic disjoint rollovers

dynamic disjoint rollovers

dynamic disjoint rollovers

(OP)
Hi

does anyone know if it is possible to populate the layers of a disjoint rollover with dynamic data? i.e. i'd like to creat a page (using asp/vbscript) that displays thumbnail images from a database (access). When you rollover/click the thumbnails i'd like the full size image to display above in a large box.

Does that make sense or am I just confusing everyone?

any advice is much appreciated as always.

Elliot

RE: dynamic disjoint rollovers

makes sense -- you would just go about this as if you were making a regular dynamic page -- then just replace the code for the image that you want rolled out with the dynamic syntax to call an image dependant on a variable.

what server language are you using

zzzzzz

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