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Maybe you can better ask: XHTML 2 or HTML 5? (looking to the future…) ;-)
The link is not broken, tutorialblog has some problems I guess ;)
If you have the big picture in a div, you could make the position of that div relative and then add a button in it with absolute positioning to set it into a corner. Then you can just add a lightbox-script of your choise to that button I think. Maybe even better to make it yourself, but that depends on how much time you got for it.
As chris always mentions on the screencast, you could ofcourse try psd2html. They do templates too, isn’t it?
I’ve downloaded it and took a short look at it. It’s very clean and fast, but I don’t want to use a browser of Google. I think they already have more then enough power and I’m happy with firefox.
Haven’t tested it, but thwat you think of this.href ?
Ideally you shouldn’t have to change your xhtml, because that’s the structure and it’s meant to work on many devices. I don’t have experience with this yet (one the things I have to make time for one time), but the best way you must do it with only css. You can test it with for example Opera, what got’s an option for it or with iPhoney, a small iphone-simulator :)
As you have probably noticed I don’t have so much time last weeks/months to come here as much as I did before. Today I am on a big round, trying to go through hundreds of posts, reacting here and there and ofcourse removing the spam. Nice job for a sunday morning…
I have a Macbook to develop, but also an Acer laptop with Windows XP on it for testing all the websites.
Totally agree with that ofcourse. Here are 50 more reasons to go mac
Almost always when somebody comes to me for a website, I got the job. What I do is make a quick design and let them give feedback on it. What do they like, what do they not like. Based on that feedback I’m gonna make the real design.