I hope so. I like this idea. The "big" container would have to be a calculated field making it equal to the selected image. Something to ponder.
Thanks for the reply. I 've been doing a lot of search about it, but still haven't figured it out.
In order to keep it more functional, i created a related table with only one container field, and in the layout, the small images (the container field) appear on the left part as a column by using the portal function. How to make the big image on the right change according to the clicking the small ones is the big question. I guess I have to convert the small images into buttons and then use an additional field which should be an unstored calculation with a container field as a result. This calculation is the issue.
I read somewhere about using the GetField function, but cant get it to work the way it should : the logic should be to get the container field content for which the ID is identical to the one selected by clicking the small images. I 've already used a small script that return the ID of the wanted container field when the small images are clicked, but don't know how to syntax the calculation.
Any help is greatly appreciated.
Finally found the answer.
No calculation needed after all, just had to create a table occurrence of the images child table, add a field to the master table to connect the 2, and the use a script on the portal button to setfield so as to connect the 2.