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Yes I have a image thumbnail when clicked it will open a new window to see the image.
I want to embed the image so when clicked on it will open on the same page. or even another page in my master page.

 <a href='<%# Request.ApplicationPath %><%# Eval("Filename", "../Gallery/{0}") %>' target="_blank">

filename is returns image name then  Gallery returns the folder name ((/2008611115528)).JPG and 0 returns from my select statement the is of the image. But not sure how to return large image within the masterpage or another page.
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by:Bob Learned
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Try target="_self", or removing target altogether.
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by:Seven price
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No that just opens the window to display image itself
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by:Bob Learned
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I don't understand what you are looking for, and what you just said.
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by:Seven price
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Sorry, Ok when I click on the thumbnail it opens a window, weather it is the same window or new window it just shows the image itself, because the way I have it is a direct link to the image. What I need is to click on the image and have it open up in the same window or another part of the file so the image will open as a large view within  the master page.not new window or a direct link to the image.


read the first comment please thanks
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by:Seven price
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I use the link below this should help with clarification. so I want the thumbnail  image when click on to appear in the same page as a large image.

http://www.beansoftware.com/ASP.NET-Tutorials/Picture-Album.aspx
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by:Bob Learned
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Here is what I would do:  redirect to a page that is pointed to the master page, and will get the file name from a QueryString value, and then display the image.
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by:Seven price
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do you have a small example then I will close this case
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by:Seven price
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Passing the querystring I am having that problem with 2 cases. I create the page but How to pass the querystring to on page to another.  this will kill 2 birds with one stone dude.
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Response.Redirect("ShowImage.aspx?url=" & fileName)
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by:Bob Learned
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Dim url As String = Request.QueryString("url")
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