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Dynamic Image Display in Data Assist

Thread began 8/10/2012 5:40 am by john70964 | Last modified 8/10/2012 12:18 pm by john70964 | 426 views | 3 replies

john70964

Dynamic Image Display in Data Assist

Dynamic Image Display in Data Assist

I just wanted to check if I am missing some thing.

To have a dynamic image display, I went to Insert > Image > Data sources and selected the image field required
This inserted the code
<img src="<?php echo $row_WADAboats['image1_thumb']; ?>" alt="Thumb Display Image" />
This did not work until I placed the folder where the images are stored
eg
<img src="imagefolder/<?php echo $row_WADAboats['image1_thumb']; ?>" alt="Thumb Display Image" />
I wondered if I missed a step in the insert process or whether it is necessary to place in the extra path each time.
Thanks
John

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