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    Image changing like on ebay?
    how can i make my images sit on one side, then when clicked, move to the main, FULLSIZE image in dreamweaver? im digging all over to figure out how to do this!

    Thanks in advance.
    new vid 8/8/05

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    i dont have no mac's
    you can check out hotscripts.com and search through there you might be able to find something to help

    but i just went through the source on an ebay page and it looks like they used relatively simple to advanced stuff....my guess is you might be able to get by with frames...i got nothin to do for the next hour so ill see if i can throw something together
    MoTM honor roll...
    when?
    i dont remember

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    frames? i was thinking maybe just change the img src variable...corse i cant figure outhow

    like

    img src = www.picgure.jpg
    onclick img src = www.picture1.jpg

    whats that translate to in HTML/JScript?
    new vid 8/8/05

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