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So the fact that your site is written in asp.net shouldnt matter. Your focus should be on JavaScript/jQuery. Your asp.net code will be converted by the web server to HTML. So, if you include an image control in your code, it will be rendered as an <img/> HTML element. jQuery has no knowledge in this scenario that you wrote the code in asp.net.

I'd recommend that you do some research for a jQuery plugin that will work for you and simply integrate it into your asp.net page. As long as you add an "id" attribute to your asp.net controls, you should be able to easily target them in your client side jQuery code. If you arent sure, just test the page, right click and view source. You will see your HTML code.

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