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Frontpage 2003 Target thumbnail to cell

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In FP 2003 I would like to set up a photo gallery that allows the user to click on the thumbnail and have the enlarged photo appear in a specified cell on that page.  What is the best way to do this?  Thanks, G
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You need to do an image swap. I doubt FP has a wizard for it, though it might.

All the large images need to be the same size, or they're likely to be distorted. Your images also need to be pretty small (even the large ones), because otherwise the delay for them to load will be unacceptable.

You'll need to find a javascript to do this. There are many, they all do the same thing, just slightly differently.

If you're not familiar with javascript, this is a good effect to use to start learning. ;-) Check www.javascriptsource.com, there should be a bunch of image swap scripts there.
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