passing variables

Posted by user1579644 
passing variables
July 14, 2013 02:58PM
I'm passing a variable via a JS cookie from one page to another that houses the JS embed code for my slideshow. The variable houses the Flickr URL of the slideshow. I'd like this variable to set the "source:" parameter of the JavaScript embed code for the SimpleThumbview template but I can't get the variable pass the $.slideshowBoxEmbedCanvas.init. I'm a novice to JS and that's why the SlideshowBox is so appealing to me. Is there a why to accomplish my goal before I've pulled out all my hair ? TIA

** EDIT ** I got it! and, I still have a little hair left over. I just broke up the "source: " string and inserted the variable into it. Ie: source: "[]; + FlickrSetNbr + "&nsid=" + FlickrUserName + "&lang=en-us&format=rss_200",

Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 07/14/2013 09:30PM by user1579644.
Re: passing variables
March 23, 2019 07:59AM
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