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ASP ContentType

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Hello all!

I have the following problem. I have both text content and image content of
the web page created in ASP language. How to do combine these two different
types on the page. When I use one of the type:

Response.ContentType="text/HTML",

I cannot make the image shown on the page. The image is a string of confused
chars. Using second type:

Response.ContentType="image/GIF"

is also not a good idea, because the text is shown with a specific way,
which make me not satisfied and HTML code using on the page: <BR> is shown
on the page instead of being executed.

Can you help me how to make shown text and image on the one page?

Regards
Thanx in advance
Marcin from Poland
Nov 13 '05 #1
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I can advise that you'd stand a much better chance of getting a good answer
in a newsgroup devoted to asp pages, than in this one, which is devoted to
Microsoft Access database software.

Larry Linson
Microsoft Access MVP

"Kamyk" <ma**************@poczta.onet.pl> wrote in message
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Hello all!

I have the following problem. I have both text content and image content of the web page created in ASP language. How to do combine these two different types on the page. When I use one of the type:

Response.ContentType="text/HTML",

I cannot make the image shown on the page. The image is a string of confused chars. Using second type:

Response.ContentType="image/GIF"

is also not a good idea, because the text is shown with a specific way,
which make me not satisfied and HTML code using on the page: <BR> is shown
on the page instead of being executed.

Can you help me how to make shown text and image on the one page?

Regards
Thanx in advance
Marcin from Poland

Nov 13 '05 #2

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Sorry for that.
Marcin
Nov 13 '05 #3

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