getting crazy on XHTML

Ok, let’s forget for a moment my demotivation and have a look forward to eastern (a very long weekend) , a lot of food in the next days and a small new idea for NextGEN Gallery…

Now, as I promised I looked for a PHP thumbnail class last weekend and for my purpose the PHP Thumbnailer Class v2.0 from www.gen-x-design.com did this job perfect… One nice new fancy feature from this thumbnail class could be the Web 2.0 effect on the fly (generated during you call this page)  :

[singlepic=12,300,200,web20]

Here is the problem : I launched for a test purpose a new WordPress blog, have a look at  http://nextgen.boelinger.com/ .

When you check for a XHTML validation, it failed on the ampersand code in the <img  src=…> part. Questions : Is the reflection effect naughty or nice ? What could be done to get it XHTML valid…. ? Thanks to Rod, solved 😉

Eastern knocks at the door, hopefully to find a way around 🙂

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4 thoughts on “getting crazy on XHTML

  1. Rod says:

    Reflection is a perfect effect, if you don’t abuse on it … only for titles, or the current picture … and it’s perfect valid (with Jquery, it’s only two classes !) … in your case it seems you have used php … please look at : http://cow.neondragon.net/stuff/reflection/

    better, no ? 🙂

  2. Rod says:

    And for your validation question, you have to replace

    &

    by

    & a m p ;

  3. alex.rabe says:

    Thanks Rod for the feedback,
    thanks also for the link , I saw this already , but forgot the page.

    The refelctions mode via this way is a pure PHP soution, I would not say it’s better. It’s a other approach…

  4. Rod says:

    Not fan for the reflect effect but … watermark = MIAM ! 🙂

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