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I'm wanting a html page with a series of thumbnails which are clickable to enlarge the image in a new window, how do you do this?

Currently I have the images in the following format.

An image
<img src="someImage. gif"
width="48" height="48">
in the text

Thank you
Sep 24 '07 #1
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If they need to be clickable then this is a javascript question and you should ask over there. If it can be 'hover'able, then you can use CSS and :hover to change the size.
Sep 24 '07 #2
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I myself use lightbox allot, it doesnt use popups but use a layer to load the bigger image into.

http://www.huddletoget her.com/projects/lightbox/
Sep 24 '07 #3
Death Slaught
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I'm wanting a html page with a series of thumbnails which are clickable to enlarge the image in a new window, how do you do this?

Currently I have the images in the following format.

An image
<img src="someImage. gif"
width="48" height="48">
in the text

Thank you
Ok since your wanting the thumbnails to be clickable, and when they're clicked to open a new window that has a larger version of the image, you'll have to have the larger images in seperate HTML documents, and make your current thumbnails links. Like this:

An image

<a href="location of larger thumbnails">
<img border="0" alt="text to be displayed if image doesn't appear"
src="location of the small thumbnail" />

in the text

and as for your larger thumbnails just add the "width" and "height" attributes. Like this:

[HTML]<img src="location of image" alt="text to be displated if image doesn't appear"
width="100" height="100" />[/HTML]

Hope it helps, Death
Sep 24 '07 #4

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