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Thread began 9/22/2009 10:23 am by rtieszen363365 | Last modified 1/13/2010 4:25 pm by rtieszen363365 | 1638 views | 5 replies


How would you preload images from a recordset?

I have repeating records from a recordset that include images. When you mouseover, they popup larger versions. It lags because the images shown in the repeat regions are thumbnails created by DFP. The popup works fine and shows the larger version but since they are not cached, it lags. So the preloading would have to be done dynamically.

I tried using Dreamweaver's preload images by selecting the body tag. And selected the datasource for the images. I included the direct path to the image folder as well but this didn't work.
Any thoughts?


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