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Perhaps ajax.
I checked the source code and appears that at least javascript to some degree must have been used since there is no hyperlink but instead an oop reference with javascript. Then and although I haven't dug in deep enough to confirm this but it appears there is some server to client communication that updates the div fields. That's about all that I have found so far.

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Thanks for your reply.

I am trying to use JavaScript image carousel. Please view this link:

http://www.ajaxdaddy.com/demo-ajax-carousel.html

It uses unordered list. Here the lists are static but I am trying to make it dynamic as:

<div id="prev-arrow-container"><img alt="Left3-disabled" id="prev-arrow" src="images/left3-disabled.gif?1163492051" /></div>
<div class="carousel-component" id="html-carousel"><div class="carousel-clip-region">

<ul>
<? 
$count = 0;
while ($count <= $total)
{?>
	
<li>
<img src="images/journeys/gallery/<? echo $arr[$count][0]; ?>" class="thumb" />
</li>
<? 
$count++;
}
?>
</ul>
</div></div>

Here the list's are created dynamically to place some images in those list's as in that code, but it is not working. Please guide.

Perhaps ajax.
I checked the source code and appears that at least javascript to some degree must have been used since there is no hyperlink but instead an oop reference with javascript. Then and although I haven't dug in deep enough to confirm this but it appears there is some server to client communication that updates the div fields. That's about all that I have found so far.

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