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Open an Image (large) in a new window.

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What is the easiest and cleanest (w3c compliant) way to open an image in a new window.  ie. click to enlarge.  I just want the image to open in a new window that is equal to the size of the image.
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Hi,
I have implemented the code but i don't see much difference from just using a hyperlink and a target="_blank".  Also, the width and height are not working.  It's just opening in a new window??
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my bad.  Working perfectly, thanks!
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Good to be of help


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