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    Possible way to include URL calls in html?

    I'm trying to learn how to use the url's scene7 gives me to have dynamic zoom images. The problem is I cant figure out how to load the url into a webpage instead of the browser. This http://s7d5.scene7.com/s7/flyout/fly...geSize=340,480 is an example image using the flyout zoom feature in scene 7. In the browser you can see the url is calling the image and the dynamic feature from scene7. How do i do this in a webpage using whatever code I need to. I've tried making it a link with an img src but that doesnt work. Im stuck and need help. Thanks for your advice. Oh, and if this is the wrong section to post in I apologize.

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    bump...need advice!

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    It's actually not an image, it's flash

    You'd need to get the contents of the body tag with a server side language such as PHP or ASP and display it, or use an iframe to display the content.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rvincenten View Post
    It's actually not an image, it's flash

    You'd need to get the contents of the body tag with a server side language such as PHP or ASP and display it, or use an iframe to display the content.
    Thanks, I'm quite the noob and I'd love to learn this. Is there an example you could show me that would work or maybe a tutorial to link to?

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    You don't have to do it in flash. There are html/css/javascript alternatives. I found this one
    http://www.magictoolbox.com/magiczoom/
    Which looks pretty close to what you want.

    Here is a list of some more. http://www.hotscripts.com/blog/javascript-zoom-scripts/
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