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Making images appear on the results page

Thread began 4/06/2011 3:07 am by djogrady376174 | Last modified 4/07/2011 3:25 am by Dave Buchholz | 926 views | 3 replies |

djogrady376174

Making images appear on the results page

I'm trying to make images appear in my search results, using DataAssist, but I can't get it to work. I've placed the image names (for example, buildingblocks.jpg) in a column of my database table called "Logo" and prepended the path to the image source (Solutions_business/Logos_pretend/). I've tried to copy the PHP code that I found in other threads on this forum concerning images, but without success. Can you tell me what I'm doing wrong? The URL of my search page is:
publicTools_Search.php

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Dave BuchholzBeta Tester

This search publicTools_Results.php?S_BusinessArea=Business+Plans&Search.x=42&Search.y=6&Search=Search gives me three results, the first of which has this image url associated with it buildingblocks.jpg if you look closely you will see that Solutions_business/ repeated twice. Remove the code that creates that duplication and you will be good to go

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djogrady376174

Getting images to appear

Thank you Dave. I don't think I would ever have figured out what was going on without your help. It works now. Dan

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Dave BuchholzBeta Tester

no worries

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