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<img src="http://image_link" alt="..." onclick="window.open('http://image_link','my_new_window','toolbar=no, location=no, directories=no, status=no, menubar=no, scrollbars=no, resizable=no, copyhistory=yes, width=820, height=553, align=left, valign=top')" />An example that I used on my pages...

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Hi, and welcome to the boards. There are a couple options.a.) opening a new window and then resize it when it opens (yuck)b.) use the following java script:<script language="javascript" type="text/javascript"><!-- //////////////////////// popup window ////////////////////////var features="status=no,scrollbars=yes,resizable=yes,menubar=yes,width=650,height=445,top=25,left=25"; function Info(x){ //window.name = "HelpWindow"; var openit = window.open(x, "HelpWindow", features);}--></script><a href="java script: void(); onclick="java script: Info('pagename.htm');">text/image</a><br>You can change the properties of the popup/new window in the "features" variable.Good Luck.

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sweet - btw the way, I have a blast at http://www.chicagoindoorracing.com.the only thing I would suggest, is to wrap your images in an HREF tag and move your ONCLICK attribute out from the image and into the HREF. Right now, there is no way to know that the helmet images are links - now little hand appears.of course, you could add this.cursor='hand' in a onmouseover attribute and compliment that with the opposite on the onmouseout attribute - but teh HREF seems a little easier to me.

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