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Looks nice, multiple galleries to an end user?

Thread began 3/12/2010 9:37 am by CraigR | Last modified 3/15/2010 1:03 pm by CraigR | 926 views | 4 replies

CraigRBeta Tester


Thanks Jason, i just wanted to check i was on the right lines.

As all of my gallery viewing pages will be based on the same recordset, what i have done so far is to use a php includes for the recordset code and just a few lines for the css import and everything in the <body> tags

i added the code to a dataassist 'insert new record' page, so i add a row to the appropriate table, populating the title tag fields and a few others, and create a standard gallery page which reads this data from the table.

i then use an update record page to insert the appropriate gallery code to my content.

early days, but looking good.

thanks for your help

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