Im trying to get a thumbnail picture on a html page to open a seperate (sized browser window (about 300/300 or so)-view Large version of the thumbnail. I'd like to specify a background image (if possible), but just trying to get an image to open first of all.. I found a java popup generator (AcePopupGenerator - free) and was trying to decipher it. The software request some info: Function name, Popup Name, size (where I specified the 300/300), position, and a list of options (location, directories, etc..) then it ask for the PopUp URL. Here is where Im a bit lost... So, do I have to create a html page for every Large image?
Here's a little background, maybe Im tackling this the wrong way ... not sure.
Any and all suggestions are greatly appreciated!
I have a frameset page that holds 3 sections. [Title (top), Nav (side)that remain the same] and Content frame (holds changing site content, ie. about.htm, contact, htm...etc. per user navigation) If user navigates to the gallery section. I have a html content page that has 5 thumbnail pics. I would like, when the user clicks on the thumbnail, A new window opens (300/300 or what ever) showing the larger image.
Please forgive my ignorance w/ java ... I've been teaching myself flash for the last few years, and my html skills have deminished a bit. So, maybe the free java code generator isn't what i need. mmmm... not sure. But basically the above paragraph expresses my final goal. Thanks for taking a look.