It's a relatively simple site. In total there are 6 pages (just html template files) which are loaded in with PHP.
Having said that, at the moment when they hover over the image on the products page, I want it to obviously show the jquery effect. But when they click it, it just opens the image into a new window to show the larger version, as you would expect.
Would be quite good if when they actually clicked it, I open the link to a template file showing the descriptions and all information to do with that individual product. Kinda like when you go on Argos or something, you click a product and it goes into a new page loading in just the content to do with that product.
Oh god this is getting deep.
At this moment in time, I'm very much considering to edit the database and retrieve it into the data-desc attribute.
Can't seem to find much documentation on data-desc....
Is it a new HTML 5 attribute?
Edit: Yep going to go with adding an extra column in my table. Just gone through and I've only got to modify the query and slightly modify the script which retrieves/displays the products info to compensate for the data-desc. May as well go for it, should prove a good challenge!