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I guess that makes me new to all of this. I am making a simple web page for my small business and I need some help. Mainly I have managed to do everything I want except how I want visitors to view the photos in the project portfolio. I want people to click a thumbnail size photo and see an enlarged version of the photo. Simple, yes? How do I do this in iWeb?
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