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I need to open an image in the same window...

Thread began 1/01/2015 6:08 pm by bbgd | Last modified 1/02/2015 4:39 pm by bbgd | 374 views | 2 replies |

bbgd

I need to open an image in the same window...

I need to know which extension lets me open a large image when clicking on a thumbnail. I would also like the large image open to the size of the image. I have Dreamweaner CC 2014 and all the updated extensions.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

There is not an extension for this. Most likely what you are looking for is a jQuery lightbox effect.

There are many luightbox libraries that you can find through google. some of the more popular are:

Slimbox:
http://www.digitalia.be/

or Fancybox:
http://fancybox.net

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bbgd

Thanks

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