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i have an image that is posted on what is supposed to be a home page. Its source is on photobucket. I am trying to make the viewer have the option of zooming in, or enlarging the image just by clicking the mouse.
The image posted on photobucket is at its maximum in which it was created, so would making it "bigger' essentially lower the quality? When Id prefer the opposite, a clearer, bigger perspective on the image..Sorry if this is stupid question.

Thank you for any help.

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If the largest version of the

If the largest version of the image you have is still too small, doing anything to increase the size of the image will distort and pixelate it.

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yes i figured..but i have the

yes i figured..but i have the file as a psd, so when i did enlarge it it came out great, which is what i would want the view to be, when the mouse clicked on it..Is there a code for this?

thanks again!

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Yes. What are you trying to

Yes. What are you trying to achieve? That will help us expain the best way to code it.

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