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Problem or enhancement?

Knowledge Base Lobby : uShop Support Conference : CGI Script Related Problems
Dec-12-17 06:54 PM EST
Original Message
Problem or enhancement?
Author Nick Kay on 09-13-2000 at 02:46 (EST)
Bill

When using uShopInput20, you can specify an image - what code is called to display the image, i.e. does it use a template or other that you can customise to fit in with your own site layout?
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  RE: Problem or enhancement? Bill Weiner, 2000-09-13 07:12:34 (1)
            Makes sense Nick Kay, 2000-09-13 15:45:46 (2)
                 RE: Makes sense Bill Weiner, 2000-09-13 16:34:29 (3)

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         1. RE: Problem or enhancement?
        Author Bill Weiner on 09-13-2000 at 07:12 (EST)
Actually, when the "View" button is pressed a "showDocument()" call is performed on the image's URL. This basically redirect's your browser to that image's URL.

Note that it really isn't limited to just "image" URLs. You can actually specify any full URL (beginning with "http"). So, technically, you can load any pre-formatted HTML page there. On the downside, however, since it doesn't use any template there.... you would have to make a separate HTML page for each of your images if you wanted them all formatted.
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                 2. Makes sense
                Author Nick Kay on 09-13-2000 at 15:45 (EST)
So, I guess a number of options:

1. Live with what there is (does it accept target frames?)

2. Write a java script or applet (not there yet)

3. Request a script that calls a template adding in the relevant URL on the fly...
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                         3. RE: Makes sense
                        Author Bill Weiner on 09-13-2000 at 16:34 (EST)
Interesting idea with #3... I didn't think of that one. #1, however, is probably the easiest... although, unfortunately no, I don't think that applet has a "target" parameter.
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