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December 23, 2010 at 7:13 pm #31086savMember
Is it possible to use an external css file to store image hyperlinks that will change on occasion.
In the past I have used mysql and a php page to load image link information that changes once and a while.
Since an advantage of using an external css file is that I can mass change my html pages, I thought it might work if I was able to change a hyperlink in the css instead of making a call to a database.
I have images on my pages that I can change by naming the new image the same as the old image, but if the new image links to a different url when clicked then I need to mass change the link in all pages, including my archived pages.
Any other suggestions are welcome, I’m just trying to avoid using php to make database calls.
Thanks in advanceDecember 23, 2010 at 7:24 pm #68951Rob MacKayParticipant
Think of CSS as skin, not bone I suppose – and although there are ways to add text with CSS I would really not do even that lol
Thanks Rob. I will check our jQuery.
Sounds like the way to go.
All the best
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