You mean like this
(in that sample www-page opens in pop-up but it could as well be a vimeo or youTube video)
If you want to get a closer look how that a´sample has been made, here´s the whole package:
yes that is exactly what I meant and thankyou for taking the time and effort to build and show that example. Very much appreicated.
My only problem is that I have absolutely no knowledge of java script or really any coding, except fot at a very basic level. What I have knowledge of is really only design and aethetic, and am therefore fairly savvy with photoshop, and illustrator.
I do have i-web which is good for code illiterate people such as myself as it has an html snippet feature which allows you to copy and paste code very easily into a webpage without any really knowledge - other than having to know to modify the respective hyperlinks. For example in I web I drop the following code into the page:
<a href="#" onClick="MyWindow=window.open('http://boogie-swagger.com/Boogie_Swagger/Robin_2_3.html', 'MyWindow1', 'toolbar=no, location=no, directories=no, status=no, menubar=no, scrollbars=no, resizable=no, width=500, height=280, left=70, top=70'); return false;"<img src="http://boogie-swagger.com/Boogie_Swagger/BB.jpg" border="0" width="55" height="55"
I then upload and it works - as seen here - http://boogie-swagger.com/Boogie_Swagger/Robin_2.html
Is there anyway I could utilise i-web to make this work - or is there any other more simplified methodology that could be used by a beginner?
Many thanks for your help,