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Dynamic linking with parameters

Thread began 1/08/2013 11:00 am by john70964 | Last modified 1/09/2013 12:07 pm by john70964 | 873 views | 8 replies

john70964

Dynamic linking with parameters

Hello
I have a Page1.php page with a 200 pix image
I have a page2.php with a large image

I want to create a link from Page1 to page2 to link to and have a (large) image that shows on page2

After creating the link from page1 to page2 I then click on parameters.

In Parameters Name column I selected the RecordID (RecNo)
In the Parameters Value column I select the Image column.

When page2 opens the url which shows is:
/page2.php?10037=BoatImages/036.jpg

but the image does not show.
I think most likely I have the parameters wrong.

I wondered if there is a tutorial about this type of linking
Many thanks

John

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