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Thread began 9/04/2012 11:15 pm by akstudio | Last modified 9/06/2012 11:41 am by akstudio | 683 views | 3 replies


Ok thanks.

I'm starting to get it.


What the client would prefer is the entire news article, with pagination below it. So for example:


My Special New Title
Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Vestibulum viverra dictum dignissim. Nam molestie euismod massa sit amet laoreet. Pellentesque orci metus, semper id hendrerit a, commodo sit amet metus. Pellentesque varius porta faucibus. Etiam quis facilisis lacus. Cras est nisl, porta quis dignissim et, porta vel dolor. Nunc rutrum, odio vitae porta adipiscing, nibh neque sagittis leo, id auctor elit dui scelerisque elit.

<<Prev. [1] [2] [3] next>>


Before I clutter things up with a test, can I pull this off? I see in the video the title is linkable to the article. I really need the pagination linking to the next/prev ... maybe even using the DW recordset paging?

While I'm here, Im guessing I can reuse the blogpost technique for an image gallery?

I'm just looking for a bit of direction and reassurance here. =)

The more I play with this, the more I'm learning, i just hate to run a localhost install and go at something blind, and end up going back to doing several reinstalls before I really accomplish anything.


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