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 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)  :


Here is the problem : I launched for a test purpose a new WordPress blog, have a look at .

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 :

    better, no ? 🙂

  2. Rod says:

    And for your validation question, you have to replace



    & 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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