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Journal of godoy (2167)

Sunday March 09, 2003
01:22 PM

The worst thing on the web...

[ #10964 ]

... is, IMHO, images that are handled through some javascript stuff. You can't click on several of them to open in new tabs. :-P

And no, I'm not talking about pr0n... does that.

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  • solution...? (Score:2, Interesting)

    I agree, that's pretty annoying. One of the problems is that they use javascript: in the href attribute. From what I know, this isn't very accessible. Instead, they should do something like this:

    <a href="big.html" onclick="'big.html', 'wopen'); return false;"><img src="thumb.jpg" border="0" /></a>

    The key is the return false; in the onclick section. This tells the browser not to follow the link specified in the href attribute. However, you can still right-click on the lin

    • I knew there was a solution.

      Now, how do we educate FrontPage users? :-)

      OK... OK... I know the world isn't perfect. I guess I'll have to live with that.
      -- Godoy.