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Load Dynamic Content Anywhere with ASP and HTML

Submitted on: 1/6/2015 3:25:00 AM
By: Lewis Mandrake (from psc cd)  
Level: Advanced
User Rating: By 3 Users
Compatibility: ASP (Active Server Pages)
Views: 922
     This little gizmo is a combination of ASP/VB and client side javascript that will enable you to load content from your Access Database anywhere on the internet by simply placing an HTML page in the place that you would like to load it, and calling a remote ASP file as a javascript. No live demo this time, but I took steps to make it plug and play. It's possible uses include content management (I plan on using this script as a front end to my content management product), syndication of content, remotely handled templates, and more. Now, you may be thinking "Sure sam, but that's not hard to do. Right?" Wrong. The beauty of this script is that you will only ever need one page. For example, say you want to load record number 5. Just type in loader.htm?id=5 in the address bar, and it will bring up that record from the database. Cool huh. Well, I'll stop gabbing now. Have fun!
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