The good news is that this is fairly simple. While there are numerous ways to do, I have that is probably easiest to use a simple LotusScript agent in conjunction with the WebQueryOpen event of a form to do this. Put a field on the form that is computed for display and self-referencing, let's call it d_Tip. Then write a simple LS agent that based on the number of tips in the database (let's call this number "n"), generates a random number between one and "n". Then have the agent generate the HTML code to display the tip with the appropriate formatting, and write the output to the d_Tip field .This creates a very extensible solution.
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