on/off display from reading a variable
I am not a web developer I hope somebody can help me
I have this webpage that will not be used on line
is to read the status of boilers and heating devices, pumps, etc
We use a controller where the page is going to be loaded and the access will
be only on the local network.
Well my question is my controller is reading 1 for on and 0 for off
Is there a way to display on or of instead of 0 or 1?
I uploaded the example into our website
also for the controller to read the variables it must be in this format
<%var(0,1,3)%> where 0 - is not used now
1 defines my variable as digital
3 is the number of the variable in my program for the controller
in the webpage the values are not displayed because as I said has to be loaded in the controller to be able to read.
thanks in advance
What language are you using? Where is the 1 or 0 coming from?
Thank you for taking the time to read my post
0 and 1 values come from the program in the controller the "language" is property of the company that develops the controller, anyway for my webpage loaded in the controller I am using mostly html there is a line that I have to add in order for the controller to read be able to "translate" the information from the controller into the webpage.
I hope this is not very confusing :S
Well the data has to come into the web page's code somehow. In order to turn a 0 or 1 into a yes or no, it depends what language you are using.
Well if you see the link of the webpage the part with <%var(0 ( which shows incomplete ) will "translate" into a value once the page itself is loaded into the controller, I remember a while ago I did something similar with an if statement on java.. but I can't do it now :S
Looks like asp. You have to find out the language, once you get that it's probably a very simple if statement.
i know it is an if statement but I cant make the script read the value of the variable that is contained in the <%var(0,1,3)%> ...
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