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"pop up image" / alt ?

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Normally,when you put the mouse on the picture in the browser (e.g. explorer), you can see the photo properties.

I wonder, if it´s possible to have a "pop up picture" of the main picture and also the normal photo properties?

Do I have to use a hyperlink?
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The photo "properties" are simply a tooltip in IE.  There is no way to have a popup of the picture unless you want to create a new browser window.  

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