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    Change pages without destroying slideshow

    I would like to make a web page with slideshow: http://www.script-tutorials.com/demos/224/index.html
    and would like to make a menu with about 10 pieces of pages of text and perhaps images. When you do this with HTML, then the slideshow that I linked to start from scratch. I wonder if anyone knows a ready solution to feed the various pages of text without pictures starting from scratch.

    Guess it was in the JavaScript part I would add this thread.

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    I do not understand your requirements.
    What code have you attempted thus far?

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    I have not done any code yet. But I know from experience that the show will not be able to continue if I change the html page.

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    What HTML page are you looking at?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JMRKER View Post
    What HTML page are you looking at?
    Well, I guess you could solve the problem of using JavaScript without replacing the HTML page if you want to change the text on the page, etc.

    There should be only one HTML page, not to stop the slide show that I linked to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lantiqo View Post
    Well, I guess you could solve the problem of using JavaScript without replacing the HTML page if you want to change the text on the page, etc.

    There should be only one HTML page, not to stop the slide show that I linked to.
    Huh ??? ???

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