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  1. Re: How to display an html page within another html page, but "shrunk"?

    If your tiff viewer program allows edits, then why would you want to use that to display a thumbnail sized image. I'd bypass that altogether and display the actual image and adjust it's size using...
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    Re: How to avoid a dynamic e-commerce site

    One thing to understand is that any type of dynamically built page means that all pages will look exactly the same with the exception of differences in the data itself.

    The data IS the key. I've...
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    Re: How to avoid a dynamic e-commerce site

    After reading some of the other posts, maybe I should be a bit more specific for you.

    While I haven't done what you are asking for the same reason you want it, I have written asp pages or vbs...
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    Re: How to avoid a dynamic e-commerce site

    Well, I won't argue with someone who "knows better", but if you won't use a page that is created dynamically at the users request, why not write a script that builds all the pages for you so you can...
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    Re: strange www problem

    Everyone else has addressed DNS as the only possible explanation, so I thought I'd present one more that could cause your issue. If you host your site on a Windows Server you may need to open IIS, go...
  6. Re: Social network 'share this' button in HTML code?

    How about using a flash button to do the job. Action script can do most of the easier things javascript can do as far as links go anyway. And the syntax is close enough you can figure it out in no...
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    Flash optimization

    I hope this is just a start. Flash offers so much, but I would bet that we are a long way from anything we do in Flash being given any relevance by the search engines. It would be too easy to create...
  8. Poll: hows this

    What if Google put in their Terms of Use policy that you were required to view their pages "un-tamperered"? That should be enough to take a good shot at Gator (or whatever they changed their name to)...
  9. Poll: hate to say it

    It really pains me to say that Gator is probably legally "ok" with what is does here. That said, I don't like it. Since it replaces the ads (after the server has delivered them), the impressions...
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    creepy timing

    I just got an email from a current client wanting additional work to an update I just performed for him. I knew it was coming as this client never knows what he really wants before hand. I both pad...
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    I agree

    I like your thinking on this one. An error page can be shown to insure the user knows there was an error. And you can always use a timed redirect to take them to your home page after a couple seconds...
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    This error message is good for a chuckle.....

    It's not mine, but as I was reading this topic I got an email from a friend wanting me to check this link out: http://www.micoks.net/~nanook/koty.swf

    Since the timing was so good, I thought I...
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    By the way, if you want to contact me with any...

    By the way, if you want to contact me with any additional questions regarding the RPC solution I used, or the one I think might be superior to the MS one, you can reach me through the contact page on...
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    Glad you like it

    And yes, it is using SQL Server for the backend. But doesn't require anything more than just a couple of views built from one main table. I do the companies quarterly updates for their ecommerce...
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    Hope this isn't too late

    I just read your post and the message you got about database and DSN I can partially explain at least. Your app seems to be looking for the database connection. Since I don't know enough about what...
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    another thought

    By the way, this is pretty much the same procedure you would use if you were working with Flash, though with Flash you don't need the remote procedure calls to do it. With Flash, you send a variable,...
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    RPC is your answer

    The answer to your problem is to use Remote Procedure Calls. You can set you a page or two or three that do nothing but make your database calls. Then you can use javascript to manipulate the DOM and...
  18. First website

    My very first website is long gone now. But I do have a copy of my first all Flash website (it's still live and unchanged after about 5 years, but don't blame me! :-) ) and my first Flash...
  19. simple way to solve your need

    VistaPrint may use a proprietary solution, but you could get the same effect using asp with CSS, you can pass your data to each page and layer it however you want. Another option, Flash, might be...
  20. innerHTML

    You may be right about the innerHTML, at least with older Netscape browsers. I had thought I had that working for Netscape 7 for awhile on the project I'm building right now. I haven't checked in...
  21. Flash/Javascript popup

    First, I'd like to say that I appreciate all the help your site has provided. Great job guys!

    Next, a Flash popup window is cool, but I thought it might be necessary to add a Flash movie without a...
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