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Hey guys, I didn't really make my question too clear I guess... sorry.

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First off, I am coding soley for IE 5.5+ right now. I am going to try to
later add code for other support of other browsers, but I doubt it will ever
support more than a few. The site is up at
http://www.classiccarsintl.com/_notes/ It will help explian what I am trying
to do. In the photograph gallery, under "latest", is where I am testing out
what I need. Once you see the page, simply click on the small image of a
magnifying glass, that has an on mouse over of "full view". As of now, I am
getting a stack overflow... so you have to click this button once or twice.
After that, you should see the image in full view. This is the effect I
want (WITH A SIMPLE div and custom script), but as of now, I am using a 3rd
party script to achieve this effect. So, if you see the code, I am not
trying to do this through the curruent method. I need a simple DIV for the
image, and a custom script to hide it and show it when nessesary and to
change the DIV size to match the new image size when a new image is
selected. I want to take said "full view" image and center it on the
browsers workable area.... not the screen (as with a popup window). Thanks
guys, please let me know if you need further detail.

Tony Vasquez
Jul 20 '05 #1
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Might anyone be able to tell me why I am getting that stack overflow 0
messege when I click on "Full View"?

Tony Vasquez

"Tony Vasquez" <co**********@earthlink.net> wrote in message
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First off, I am coding soley for IE 5.5+ right now. I am going to try to
later add code for other support of other browsers, but I doubt it will ever support more than a few. The site is up at
http://www.classiccarsintl.com/_notes/ It will help explian what I am trying to do. In the photograph gallery, under "latest", is where I am testing out what I need. Once you see the page, simply click on the small image of a
magnifying glass, that has an on mouse over of "full view". As of now, I am getting a stack overflow... so you have to click this button once or twice. After that, you should see the image in full view. This is the effect I
want (WITH A SIMPLE div and custom script), but as of now, I am using a 3rd party script to achieve this effect. So, if you see the code, I am not
trying to do this through the curruent method. I need a simple DIV for the image, and a custom script to hide it and show it when nessesary and to
change the DIV size to match the new image size when a new image is
selected. I want to take said "full view" image and center it on the
browsers workable area.... not the screen (as with a popup window). Thanks guys, please let me know if you need further detail.

Tony Vasquez

Jul 20 '05 #2

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