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Alternate images not working

Alternate images not working

Alternate images not working

Hi everyone,
This is my first javascript code and it is not working for me !
I try to place an image at a div. What that image would be it depends on a parameter I send to a js function.
This is what my HTML page:


<!DOCTYPE html>
<html lang = "he">
	<meta charset="utf-8" />
		function ChangeImage(xx)

	<div id="logo"> 
		<img id="myImg" src="ChangeImage('1')" />
When I run it, the picture doesn't show up. Nothing shows up sad.
Could anyone instruct me how to do it right ?

RE: Alternate images not working

You do not tell it to 'change', 'src' is NOT an event attribute so does not trigger a function.


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RE: Alternate images not working


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