RE: Comments
April 28, 2003 by lynnette Browne
I've read it and followed through to the end. Works just as shown in the snapshots. I wouldn't class this as intermediate though, but I guess it can be. Intermediate would be more like i.e text text tex ... readmore(<- link) or the image is activated to popup to a larger view. But i must say, I really liked it, it gave me some ideas (i'm in a block right now). like porting it to php, jsp and or aspx, the possiblities are endless. Nice and really working tutorial. (4 stars, because i do not really think it was intermediate).
Same tutorial in Php
January 30, 2003 by Max larokka

It would be great to get the "same" tutorial but applied to DMX/Php/Mysql(PhpmyAdmin)

Maybe also adding how to make a "detail page" too

It would be so useful

Please

Thank you so much in advance

Max ;)

RE: Link does not work
January 17, 2003 by Jeremy Conn
Fixed the link, so the DB is now downloadable.
RE: Comments
January 16, 2003 by Ian Anderson

Good stuff. Nice solution to a recurring problem.

Link does not work
January 14, 2003 by John Hutchison
The DOWNLOAD SAMPLE ACCESS 2000 DB link does not work! It gives a 404 error link points to http://dmxzone.com/ccmdb.mdb
Link does not work
January 14, 2003 by John Hutchison
The DOWNLOAD SAMPLE ACCESS 2000 DB link does not work!
RE: RE: Comments
January 13, 2003 by Jeremy Conn
Those images were all royalty-free images purchased through Digital Vision. (http://www.digitalvisiononline.com)
RE: Comments
January 13, 2003 by Justin Pardee

Great tutorial!! Where did you get all your images from for your demo? There's a great variety, and obviously they need to be royalty-free. Again- Great job!
-Justin

RE: Comments
October 29, 2002 by Jason Olkowski
I think this is well written Jeremy.  I went through it and it flows well and all makes sense. I can see a lot of applications for this.  -Thanks.
Comments
October 28, 2002 by Jeremy Conn
I am interested in what people think and if they have gone through this tutorial yet.