Calling all boys, calling all girls, calling all subs

Hi

I've got an image, and some VBScript, The sub I want is called 'fi'
How do I call it from clicking on the image?
Can I?

Many Thanks

Hadji
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If you're wondering, the first two bits of the subject, is from a Queen song on the Hot Space album, Calling All Girls.

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  • : Hi
    :
    : I've got an image, and some VBScript, The sub I want is called 'fi'
    : How do I call it from clicking on the image?
    : Can I?
    :
    : Many Thanks
    :
    : Hadji
    : --------------------------------------------
    : If you're wondering, the first two bits of the subject, is from a Queen song on the Hot Space album, Calling All Girls.
    :

    Well, with JavaScript it would be:

    image

    so my guess is that VBS would be:

    image

    Note the border=0 part of the image tag. If you leave this out you'll get a blue frame around your image
  • : : Hi
    : :
    : : I've got an image, and some VBScript, The sub I want is called 'fi'
    : : How do I call it from clicking on the image?
    : : Can I?
    : :
    : : Many Thanks
    : :
    : : Hadji
    : : --------------------------------------------
    : : If you're wondering, the first two bits of the subject, is from a Queen song on the Hot Space album, Calling All Girls.
    : :
    :
    : Well, with JavaScript it would be:
    :
    : image
    :
    : so my guess is that VBS would be:
    :
    : image
    :
    : Note the border=0 part of the image tag. If you leave this out you'll get a blue frame around your image
    :
    That's what I thought, but it just returns errors.

    Any other ideas?

    Cheers

    Hadji
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    The solution to the problem changes the problem

  • : :
    : : Well, with JavaScript it would be:
    : :
    : : image
    : :
    : : so my guess is that VBS would be:
    : :
    : : image
    : :
    : : Note the border=0 part of the image tag. If you leave this out you'll get a blue frame around your image
    : :
    : That's what I thought, but it just returns errors.
    :
    : Any other ideas?
    :
    : Cheers
    :
    : Hadji
    : ----------------------------------------------------
    : The solution to the problem changes the problem
    :
    :

    image

    maybe ?
  • : image
    :
    : maybe ?
    :
    Excellent, it doesn't have that cool link hand pointer type thingy (:-S)But Hey! It works! Many Thanks
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    The solution to the problem changes the problem

  • : : image
    : :
    : : maybe ?
    : :
    : Excellent, it doesn't have that cool link hand pointer type thingy (:-S)But Hey! It works! Many Thanks
    : ----------------------------------------------------
    : The solution to the problem changes the problem
    :
    :

    Doesn't appear as a link, you say. I think it's because there's not HREF. Try these:

    [code]
    image

    image
    [/code]

    -- Secret_Doom - Leonardo Pignataro --

    secret_doom@hotmail.com
    www.batch.hpg.com.br
  • : : : image
    : : :
    : : : maybe ?
    : : :
    : : Excellent, it doesn't have that cool link hand pointer type thingy (:-S)But Hey! It works! Many Thanks
    : : ----------------------------------------------------
    : : The solution to the problem changes the problem
    : :
    : :
    :
    : Doesn't appear as a link, you say. I think it's because there's not HREF. Try these:
    :
    : [code]
    : image
    :
    : image
    : [/code]
    :
    : -- Secret_Doom - Leonardo Pignataro --
    :
    : secret_doom@hotmail.com
    : www.batch.hpg.com.br

    I managed to amke it work with this code, I had the same idea with the href
    [code]
    English/Italiano
    [/code]

    Bit bodged, but it works.
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    The solution to the problem changes the problem

  • There is a much simpler way:(But I'm not sure it works in VBScript)
    [code]image[/code]
  • : There is a much simpler way:(But I'm not sure it works in VBScript)
    : [code]image[/code]
    :
    Blimey, it works!

    But how do I get the hand curser? the cdoe in the last post didn't work in the example, i didn't try it before though. So weather it's a problem with the code or weather it's an ID ten T error, remains to be seen.

    Ta

    Hadji
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    The solution to the problem changes the problem

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