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Javascript with plug-ins

Thread began 5/20/2014 4:44 am by The Flying Fox | Last modified 5/23/2014 1:35 pm by The Flying Fox | 898 views | 9 replies

The Flying Fox

Javascript with plug-ins

I have a photo of the day feature on my website.

this uses js to pull the photo from the server.

I am recreating some of my site using plug-ins and try as I might I cannot get this feature to work.

I know it works if placed directly on the webpage but If placed using a plugin it creates the following code

document.write('<img src="plugins/general" + imlocation + imagefolder + image[imagenumber] + '">');

it puts in the "plugins/general" when I view the page source from the website (this is where the plugin is sited) but should be as the code below

document.write('<img src="' + imlocation + imagefolder + image[imagenumber] + '">');

Thanks in advance


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