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Tom Neuhoff
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I am relatively new to Java but I am using Photoslider II (code below) on my website and wanted to use the same slideshow three times on same page. The problem is one works fine but add more than one and everything goes bad. I suspect it is duplicate variables but I don't know hot to tweek code so I can use the same program three separate times on same index page. Also I am wondering if it is possible to change code so I can click on any thumbnail in slideshow and have larger photo pop up in separate window. I have spent two weeks trying to research this on net but no luck yet. Thanks for your time and help.

I've tried pasting the code below but this lousy site keeps telling me there is illegal HTML code involved.

My website is: World Humour Homepage
ComedyFarm@yahoo.com
 
pascal betz
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I've tried pasting the code below but this lousy site keeps telling me there is illegal HTML code involved.


hmm...and you want the people who hang around this lousy site to answer your question ...


hey i have no clue what Photoslider II is and the "WorldHumour" link is pointing to bravehost ? so at least i need more info....



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Hey Tom,

Welcome to JavaRanch!

"Lousy?" Them's fightin' words, pardner -- but I'll let it slide this time.

If you're trying to post HTML, then you're probably posting in the wrong forum; we've got an HTML and JavaScript forum further on down the page. But if you still think this is the right place to put your question then here is a little application that will escape your HTML for you so you can post it here without complaint.

When you have a chance, Google "cross-site scripting" and read up on it a bit; that should give you an idea about why this site is rejecting your posted code.
 
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