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clarification on displaying upload images on data assist pages

Thread began 10/12/2009 11:08 pm by terry211640 | Last modified 10/13/2009 1:28 pm by terry211640 | 736 views | 1 replies


clarification on displaying upload images on data assist pages

hi readers
i have generated a sample site where i am simply trying to understand some of the aspects of using the wa extentions.

i am looking at photo file management for insert and update images using site assist to create the initial page. data assist to create pages using the mysql database and digital file pro to manage the photos.

i have created a database, done the main site and have performed the data assist stuff as recommended in the pdf.

i have done the pdf as per instructions relating to insert page but my current problem is when i am going through the DISPLAYING digital file upload on data assist pages.
the pdf says instead of inserting an image i should simply create a link (a href"") tag.

now i have sort of guessed that i can place my curser wher i want it to be in dreamweaver cs3 design view then click on code and can type in the (a href"") but i think it needs more than that because at that stage i can no longer follow the directions on the pdf which has been created to help with the very same software. ie it says about choose data source option ( i dont have one if i use a link tag?)
expand the record set used by my data assist form ?etc

so i guess i am asking if i am doing this the right way, if so what else do i need to do

if i am not doing this correctly which would be the simplest method.



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