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Open Picture Widow Fever

Posted on 2006-07-21
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Whenever I use the open picture windows fever for an image, and allow pop ups to this site in ie 6.0.  2 images comes up.  the one being the behavior I used in the fever and the other is the original link.  

to see what I'm talking about go to this site and click on a number below more images.  
http://www.ndcrealestate.com/new2/Apartments/KY%20and%20OH/Albany/albany.htm
any help would be greatly appreciated.
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by:Jason C. Levine
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Hi missywpitt,

First off, what is a "fever"?  

Second, as far as I can tell, those links are working exactly the way you coded them.  They are using target="_blank" to open the image in a new window, not any form of javascript.
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Okay, they are 3rd party extensions.  That's fine.

The second part of my answer still stands:  the links on your page are not using javascript to open the images.  They are just plain old <a> tags that open a new blank window and that window dispays the image.

So I'm still unclear what your question or problem is.
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Hi missywpitt

I'm  with jason1178 on the unclear bit. What you are doing is straight forward but you seem to be complicating it a bit.

Furthermore... just a note and totally unrelated to your question, but your images are hugh more than 100K some even small ones!

This is excessive.. for example the Experts-echange logo top left is 300px by 75, larger than your pics but it is only 49bytes!

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by:missywpitt
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Sorry, I was able to resolve my issue shortly after I posted the question... I had two links attached to the text.
thanks for your comments I am working on the size issue of the images.
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Ok... Good luck. Don't leave this questio open.

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