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right now i have three frames-one is a table with a set of thumbnails in it, the other is an enlarge frame so that when a thumbnail is clicked, it is enlarged in the other frame. what'd i'd like to do is instead of enlarging it in another frame, i'd like to have it enlarged in a popup window. i will have nearly 100 thumbnails so i need a way to enlarge them into a popup without having to create 100 separate HTML files which i can already do. any help? thanks in advance.
 
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You can have it open the image file directly
<image src="blah.jpg" onclick="widow.open(this.src)">

You can have it write it to the new window.


The third way to to build a template and pass the image in a query string. You then have the script fill retrive the image from the querystring and set thesource. I do not have time to write up that code.

Eric
Note: I did not test the code above, I wrote it on the fly, it should work!
 
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I can make the second script easier on you if you do not want to add an onclick handler to every image. If you are interested, I can write it up for you.

Eric
 
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thanks for the help! i used your idea with a few changes of my own and it works very well. i'd show you but i'm having trouble inserting code into this text box and its pissing me off so i just gave up. thanks again!
 
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