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The above picture is a snippet of a list of copy pasted URL's in an excel sheet

So I was using callfire.com one day and I uploaded a list like this and I realized that callfire had a browser that allowed me to browse through each html link in a "next" like fashion. I could actually "see" the ads manifested in the callfire.com browser


Although I do not know how to do, it seems that all callfire does is attach a webbrowser that manifests the html URL's that are in the excel list, so we are talking about uploading a formatted list to a browser that can just go down the list, manifesting the content of the address on each link...?

Is there a simple way to upload a list of hand selected html URL's so that I may browse to them by clicking a "next" button? without having to use callfire.com? how does callfire.com do that?
Edited by Dive - 3/27/12 at 1:06pm
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The above picture is a snippet of a list of copy pasted URL's in an excel sheet
So I was using callfire.com one day and I uploaded a list like this and I realized that callfire had a browser that allowed me to browse through each html link in a "next" like fashion. I could actually "see" the ads manifested in the callfire.com browser
Although I do not know how to do, it seems that all callfire does is attach a webbrowser that manifests the html URL's that are in the excel list, so we are talking about uploading a formatted list to a browser that can just go down the list, manifesting the content of the address on each link...?
Is there a simple way to upload a list of hand selected html URL's so that I may browse to them by clicking a "next" button? without having to use callfire.com? how does callfire.com do that?

* Go into each cell and [f2] to edit then hit enter. That will turn the cells into clickable hyperlink. So just [ctrl]+left click the link.

* Or you could just wrap the links around <a href=""> HTML tags and save the output into a plain text file (renaming it to HTML).

* Maybe even just exporting the excel spreadsheet as HTML might do the trick.


Plenty of low tech ways to do this smile.gif
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right, but I'm looking for a Next button with an "inner frame" that shows the next ad, with the outer frame of the page remaining the same.

callfire.com does this in their CRM. they simply have an output frame that displays the HTML when you click "next"

Also I really don't understand HTML so you might be saying something simple to me thats going over my head smile.gif


the only solution i can think of is to use two monitors...looking for a single frame , on to the next solution. if someone was to create this and make an affiliate system we could make some good $$
Edited by Dive - 3/27/12 at 1:09pm
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