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Harry Muhren

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  1. I understand, but I have tested that with a simple php code (in the attached file), just saying 'hello', but obviously the compiler does not interpret it. But nevertheless, I do not want to bother you any longer. Thanks!
  2. OK, but where to put the php code that provides the array?
  3. Dear dsonesuk, The php function code by itself is no problem, but how to combine that with html, css and javascript. I have attached the slider code, with three lines of php code, which I have tried to run on the w3schools website in the 'how to' section, but without succes. Obviously, the php is ignored. Perhaps yo can provide a last hint!? By the way, can you tell how I can change my display name? Thanks - regards - Harry slider.txt
  4. Thanks dsonesuk! In my php code snippet, indeed, I save the urls in a php array. The problem, however, is how to integrate this in de html code in for instance the examples given in the ‘how to’ html code of a slider. Maybe you can give me a piece of example code. Thanks in advance- regards - Harry
  5. I have looked at your manual and automatic slider ‘how to examples’, in which the img src paths are set for each media library image separately - with their absolute paths. I have written a php snippet in which the urls of a number of the most recent uploaded images are determined. I can’t find out how this snippet can be combined with the html (css and javascript) code. Could you please provide a suggestion how to tackle this, using the php code or another way of getting the most recent uploaded media library images in a slider, without the need to set the absolute paths individually. Thanks - Harry
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