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Thread began 11/02/2010 10:08 pm by vonniea383657 | Last modified 11/03/2010 7:17 am by vonniea383657 | 500 views | 1 replies

thetypehouse

Hi Giovonnae
Ha, this is one I can answer, as I managed to do it!

'Prepend' means add to before the quoted text, so you would have
../images/<?php echo WADA... ; ?>

This answer assumes your Search, Details and Results pages etc. (produced by DataAssist) are in a folder called admin, and your images are in a folder called images. If they're in different folders, then amend the paths accordingly.

Go to the Property Inspector (usually at the bottom of the window - if it's not showing, then hit F7 in Dreamweaver). In Property Inspector there is a field entitled Src.

If you have already used Bindings to bind the productimage to the placeholder, Src should show something like <?php echo WADA... ; ?>. Type "../images/" in front of "<?php", and hit Return.

Hope this helps!
Alistair

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