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I'm looking for a very basic easy to use way to display a few thumbnail pictures in classic ASP.

What I want is just to have a row of thumbnail pictures below perhaps a large div tag section. When one of the pictures are clicked that large div is populated with the larger view of the picture. Basically the thumbnail will load into that div. Any ideas? Again I'm just looking for something simple without having to use a bunch of COM objects or other external librarys.
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Try this.
It does not require the use of a COM
http://www.codeproject.com/asp/thumbtools2.asp


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