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Web Design Help - Interactive Flowchart

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I want to create a interactive flow chart. I want all the content to be on 1 page and if the user clicks yes then display "solution no1", if no is pressed the display "solution no2" etc..... has an… Read More
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7y, 3m agoPosted 7 years, 3 months ago
I want to create a interactive flow chart. I want all the content to be on 1 page and if the user clicks yes then display "solution no1", if no is pressed the display "solution no2" etc.....

has anyone got any tips on how t create this in html or asp.

thanks in advanced
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7y, 3m agoPosted 7 years, 3 months ago
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#1
This can be achieved by simply linking from one page to another surely
#2
loll1es
This can be achieved by simply linking from one page to another surely


yes its possible this way but i dont want to create it in this manner as i will end up with tons of pages.

i really would like to create one page. ive seen it done before the page url is usually displayed as faultflow.asp=ID1 (or similair to this)
#3
should pretty straight forward in asp, although i use php myself

Can you program in asp?
have you done any programming?

i would just google "asp tutorial"
#4
wobinb
should pretty straight forward in asp, although i use php myself

Can you program in asp?
have you done any programming?

i would just google "asp tutorial"


yeah i can do asp.

been looking on google, cant find anything.
#5
http://www.kamath.com/columns/squareone/so003_aspvalues.asp

tells you how to read the url, you can then just use "if" statements to display the correct html
#6
wobinb
http://www.kamath.com/columns/squareone/so003_aspvalues.asp

tells you how to read the url, you can then just use "if" statements to display the correct html


thanks

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