I am not exactly sure if this way is the best. I think you should
incorporate a new CSS rule into your CSS and specify with a class assigning
to that lightbox link to it. With the flash, you would want to add to have
the width and height to the CSS rule so it doesn't have to show up on the
HTML validation radar.

-Josh S.

On Tue, Dec 16, 2008 at 1:24 PM, designer <desig...@gwelanmor-internet.co.uk
> wrote:

> I expect some may consider this off-topic, though it isn't really :- ).
>
> I recently tried using lightbox and then lightbox++ , the latter because it
> enables flash movies to be presented in the same way as images did in
> lightbox.  However, the big pitfall is that in order to make it work the
> syntax has to be of this form:
>
> <a href="images/gwelanmor.swf" width="600" height="400" rel="lightbox"
> title="Gwelanmor Internet - flash version">
>         <img src="thumbs/tn_flash.jpg" alt="flash page thumbnail"
> width="250" height="147">
> </a>
>
>
> You'll notice that the a href has a width and height specified, but of
> course that won't validate.  I've googled, but found no mention of this. I
> wondered if anyone here has encountered it, or better yet, solved it?
>
> Any bright ideas to solve this non validation?
>
> Thanks,
>
> Bob
>
> www.gwelanmor-internet.co.uk
>
>
>
>
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