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[REBOL] Re: web counter, next-page method?

From: AJMartin:orcon at: 8-Apr-2004 17:49

pekr wrote:
> I will soon prepare some part of portal. Let's suppose I get data from
db, I have template system, where I simply put data into table or whatever xhtml structure. Now what I am not sure about how to do is - e.g. my table will have 30 rows, db query returns 150 rows, so I need to introduce some next-page continuation mechanism. Any suggestions? How about showing all the rows on one page? :) When using a LAN network or even a highspeed internet access between the webserver and the client browser, usually the longest delay is the browser laying out the page, but once that's done, the user can easily use the browser's scroll bars to view any part of the results. As an example, I've been creating HTML pages that are several megabytes in size, which can generate a printed report that is several hundred pages long. -- Andrew J Martin No paper-less office 'round here! ICQ: 26227169