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onClick event for IMG

Posted on 2003-11-11
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Hi,
I wrote a simple function (javascript) and am trying to call it
from an Img event onClick, but it isnt working,
(I'm using windows98)
any idea why?
this is the HTML code
<img src="/pics/btnAddToCart.gif" border="0"  align="absbottom" onClick="buy()" > 

thanx
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Michel Plungjan earned 100 total points
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where? Not IE? IE supports the onClick.
in other browsers you may need onKeyUp

ALternatively you might have a problem in function buy()

I would in all cases use

<a href="#"
onClick="buy(); return false"><img src="/pics/btnAddToCart.gif" border="0"  align="absbottom"> </a>
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by:zolpo
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thanx a lot!
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