Seriously though, if your converting to a particular technology then you are going to want to make use of the features that make it worth using the particular technology, therefore converting an application between the two is going to require a rewrite.
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Hi to all,
I m working with datalist control in asp.net.there is an item category whose value is coming from database at runtime.Each category is associated with many images.I want to display those images randomly one by one after a gap of 10 seconds.but my problem is that the images are saved in database .Plz help me to solve this problem.
Would you like to get screen shot of that active aspx screen / page or other applictaions running in client PC. Say Notepad, Calulator etc.. If it same screen just capure the HTML source then convert into to JPEG. else you need to write a activeX control to take screen shots of other applications
The way to embedd images within an email is to attach them and then to send HTML email with img tags that show the images. The other way, is to send HTML mail that shows images which are referenced to externally, except that that those will usually start off blocked.
If you just want to send the images, not to show them to the reader, that's far easier. Attach them to the email.
Well, that obviously can't work. You give a filename, why would that work across the web ? That won't even work if the html is not in the same folder as the image. The image needs to be visible on the INTERNET, so you need to make your src something like www.myhost.com/va.gif.bmp. If what you enter doesn't show the image when entered into a browser anywhere in the world, it can't work,