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#1 CSmith1128

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Posted 25 June 2006 - 06:12 AM

hello... i need some help showing pictures on my page..

here's the deal..

- i have a page with 4 pictures on it.

- i have 1 large picture and 3 thumbnails. one of the large picture and two others.

- i was wondering how i could have the user click on the thumbnail and, without having to reload the page, have a larger version of the image clicked on appear where the other large image is.

- i have the large versions of the pictures stored in a folder called large and the thumbnails of the images stored in thumbs.

so when the user clicks on the image, it appears larger in a box above the thumbnails.

i would like to do this all without reloading the page.

could someone help?


#2 .josh

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Posted 25 June 2006 - 06:20 AM

you have to use javascript for that.
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