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2 sets of images


Panic36

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Ok, i have two sets of each image, one a gif, which is basicly a thumbnail size, and one that's a jpg, full res size... I want the gif to show up on all unless the person chooses "enlarge" then i want it to bring up the jpg for the larger size... I' have all the pictures already done, and i would perfer trying to make this work other than having some pics get distorted... Any ideas ?

 

also, they're all the same name, just different extension, blah.jpg, blah.gif

 

Thanks

 

Rob

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Thanks, I already submitted all the items with the gif, which is smaller than a resized jpg? and less bandwidth I would believe.. And the jpg has a higher resolution so i would rather use two images, instead of resizing...

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bump, saying theirs no way of doing this? I know theres a contribution that allows you 2 have to different pics such as gblah.jpg and blah.jpg... But i want it to be like that, but differen't exitension on the samefile name blah.jpg blah.gif... Come on nun of you have done this?

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I'm trying to follow this.  You have one small pic (Bmp)and a bigger pic (jpeg).  The problem is when you click on enlarge, the photo appears distorted?  Is that the question?

 

 

I know what he is trying to do...

 

Basically, when you click on the blah.gif file, it will bring up the pop-up image as blah.jpg image.

 

I'd love to do this as well, as my supplier can provide me with each sets.

 

I'll be following this to see if there's a result for this...

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Basicly I want the entire site to read from picname.gif, for all the pics unless the user clicks on "enlarge" which then will not open the picname.gif, but a picname.jpg which is a higher quality... This will allow me not 2 use auto resize since the gif images are already proper thumbnail version plus a lot smaller size than it would be to use a jpg... So the only difference with this modication will be to not read the gif file when clicking enlarge but reading the jpg for the higher quality resolution...

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