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You must always do the following when applying behaviors to images:
1. Assign a link to the image first, even if it is a null link. Use the
Property inspector to do this.
2. Click on the image in Design view, then click on the <a> tag that you
see on the Tag inspector bar at the bottom of the document pane so that the
anchor tag is selected.
3. Now apply your behavior.
You *can* usually truncate this process as follows -
1. Select the image in Design view and make sure that <img> is selected on
the Tag selector bar.
2. Apply the behavior.
3. Use the behavior panel to set the event desired to <A> onClick, or <A>
onMouseOver, or any of the appropriate "<A>" containing items in the list.
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"sammas" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>I have a page with thumbnail images. I want to be able to click the
> and have a new window open with just that image in the window. If I don't
> assign a link to the thumbnail, and select the Open Browser Window
> the only 3 options for when to open the window are onLoad, onError, or
> I want it to be opened onClick. If I do assign a link to the image, and
> select the Open Browser Window behavior, it gives me the option to open
> window onClick. However, when I test it, it opens 2 new windows - the one
> want, and the one that is the link that I assigned to the image.
> I can't figure this out! Any help would be greatly appreciated.