Help linking to an updating image

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<a href="http://example.com"><img src="http://www.aws.com/AWS/full.asp?id=DRRYN" alt="some alt text" /></a>

Is that what you meant?
 

awlucky3k

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I'm not sure if that is what I wanted. I tried to put it into my html, but it didn't actually link to the real thing. The image I'm trying to link to is an table on that web page that constantly updates itself. I was trying to get it to constantly update on my page.

-Alex
 

awlucky3k

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Does anyone know how to do the following?:

I need to put an image on my website. The only problem is, it is a constantly updating image, so the image on my site needs to constatly update with it, or there is no point in using it. I tried just putting the image on my site to see if it would update by itself, but it didn't. The image I am trying to put on my site is the table of weather data from http://www.aws.com/AWS/full.asp?id=DRRYN. If anyone could help my out, it would be great!

Thanks,
Alex
 
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That table is not an image. It's a table. So you can't just link to it. What you can do, however, is use inline frames. Use this code:

HTML:
<iframe src="http://www.aws.com/AWS/full.asp?id=DRRYN" scrolling="no" border="0" frameborder="0" width="415" height="534">
Your browser does not support inline frames or is currently configured not to display inline frames.
</iframe>
The browser has to be able to support inline frames, but most should and this will work if the browser is supported. :)
 
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