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Hello all,
I have an image that i load from a remote server using


and i would like to make it clickable so that i can start another activity. Could you please give me steps as of how i could achieve this?
Kind regards.




 
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Hi Paul,

Check out the ImageButton class (which is extended from ImageView).
For more information, please review: http://developer.android.com/reference/android/widget/ImageButton.html

Cheers!
Chris
 
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Christ,
I have visited the link you provided but I cannot still see how I could adapt it to my case.
Thank you for your reply.


 
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I assume you have ImageView not ImageButton

First of all open your layout xml file, find "clickable" checkbox in property menu at right side of your ADT screen.
Once you found it click it and put a check mark.
Then right below of it you will see "onClick" property type method name in there and hit ENTER. (Let's say you typed clickImage)

In your activity class file create following method.

public void clickImage(View v)
{
// Your code goes here
}
 
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Thank you so much Ibrahim. That was exactly what i was looking for.
Good day!



 
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You are welcome.

Glad to help
 
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