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Today's Google logo (see attachment) is composed of unusual pictures that can pop open one by one maximized without a new window. Please advise how to do it in Silverlight or jQuery or CSS?
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Simply put it is using CSS position. If you use Firefox and Firebug you will find they are all divs in a div with the popup (a href) causing the larger images to show up.

I hope this helps.
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Please kindly provide full code details? Thanks.
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Please kindly provide full code details? Thanks.
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I was intrigued by what I saw under the menu of product samples here:

http://www.starck.com/

How can we achieve what they did, especially position maximized sample over surrounding samples the way they did?
Its all custom buddy ;)  Someone designs in, someone builds it.  There is no such thing ass clicking your heels together and getting something cool like that.  You can spend hours and even days searching for something on the web that does what you want, or you can spend the same time building your own custom piece of functionality.  By building your own, you 1) might actually learn something, and 2) have complete control over how you want it to behave.
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Can someone al least tell me how to maximize a picture to cover exactly a particular block of pictures?
This question has been classified as abandoned and is being closed as part of the Cleanup Program. See my comment at the end of the question for more details.