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Javascript img tag send src onclick

Posted on 2006-10-26
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I want to gather the src information from a img tag and assign it to a variable and send it to a function.

<a href="javascript:void(0)" onclick="alert(document.image[this].src)"><img src="thisimage.jpg"></a>

and have the value alerted be 'thisimage.jpg'
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<img src="thisimage.jpg" onclick="alert(this.src)">

If you want the mouse cursor to change:
<a href="javascript:;"><img src="thisimage.jpg" onclick="alert(this.src)"></a>
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