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web links passing parameters to a plsql procedure

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hi,
i have created a web page, which displays images stored in an oracle table. I am using only html and plsql. This page also includes a map with clickable areas. Is it possible to pass parameters by clicking any of the links to a procedure which will actually be the "next" page and will display the image (using a cursor which will select this particular photo) which is associated with the certain link each time?. Is it possible or do i have to just create different pages for each of the links using simple <a> href ?
I hope this makes sence, since i m new to this field and my english is not that good...
thank u.
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its possible just pass the data to the server you will need some server side scripting which takes the parameters and returns the result.
in the onclick call window.location="http://mysite/mypage?x=something&y=something" where something is the coordinates u want to pass to the server
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