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Pop Up from an image not using script

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I am using a window pop up code that activates by clicking on a text link. I am using the following code to do that...

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  1. <a href="" onclick="'','popup','width=470,height=500,scrollbars=no,resizable=no,toolbar=no,directories=no,location=no,menubar=no,status=no,left=0,top=0'); return false">Mp3 Pop Up Player
  2. </a>

Using similar code how do I link from an image instead of text?
Aug 24 '11 #1

✓ answered by Rabbit

Instead of mp3 popup player, put an image <img src='image.jpg' />

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Just replace the text with an image.

Just on a side note, you said you don't want to use a script but you used a script. What you have in your onclick is javascript.
Aug 24 '11 #2

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I should have said I didn't want to use anything that requires script to be added to the header or meta area.

What would the code I provided look like with the image?

I'm really kind of new. But I do know enough that if I get just one character off the code won't work.

Thanks for putting up with what probably appears to you as really simple.
Aug 24 '11 #3

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Instead of mp3 popup player, put an image <img src='image.jpg' />
Aug 24 '11 #4

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Thank you Sir, that did it!
Aug 24 '11 #5

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