flash(develop.org) perhaps? or does that also fall under their
no-active-x policy?

On Fri, Jan 29, 2010 at 9:17 PM, Haig Davis <level...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Good Day All,
> The headscratcher of the day for me is as follows:
> I'm busy designing a scheduling page in a table form (actually series of
> floating css divs) showing days of week across/ rooms down. thats the easy
> part and bookings in each cell. I know I can take the results of a query
> call it expanded booking details start_ob output to html save to file/
> image etc, that way on mouse over the date I can use CSS to explode the
> image file displaying the results.  Here's my question.
> Any hints can I do all of this on the fly yet not display the HTML query
> results that are created until mouse over ..... I'm sure this is easy with
> javascript my problem is my client does has disabled javascript/ active X
> scripts.
> Been scratching my head for a while and it's starting to bleed.
> Thanks and have a great weekend.
> Cheers
> Haig

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