| Web page assembly problem|
Hi people, this is my first post (in the right place I hope)
I am a home user and have been trying to build a kind of television (EPG style) programme guide web page which allows you to create a personalised "viewing list" for the coming week/fortnight.
I initially had a handful of channels for a few days (much more and the web page becomes a bit too big) with the page more or less pre-set. This let me get the page looking right. All works fine.
The problem is one of choice. As it stands it is workable for me as the sole user, however this was not the intention. The intention is to allow you to choose which channels you want to see and then assemble the web page accordingly.
In that showing ALL channels is a non-starter I tried the approach of creating the EPG page "on the fly" However With only a couple of channels MS IE7 jumps in and says I should stop running the script etc.etc.
Each channel is contained within a <div> so ideally I would like to assemble the page from these chunks. I can then just set positioning as the page is created.
Essentially then can you pull in pre-set HTML pieces to form your page??
Is there a better way ??
Am I just missing a trick somewhere ?
Hope you can help .... Bob
Started By bob.frew on Aug 10, 2007 at 7:13:35 AM