Mobile Friendly Website

CSSPLAY

Doing it with style

CSS3 Backgrounds COMMENTS

Welcome to my Comments Pages

Please note. I get a few hundred emails a week from visitors asking for help, or posing questions on how to modify my demos to suit their application and I read them all. Unfortunately I only have a limited amount of time to spend answering these questions.

So if I do not reply, please do not be offended, and if I do reply then you are one of the lucky ones.

If you are asking for permission to use any of my demonstration then please email me with your request stu{at}cssplay.co.uk.

Post a comment


Current posts

Saswata:-
if this background is implemented only on a single <div>, will it work? I mean if i have more than one <div> and only in one <div> i want to implement this, is it possible?
(29.08.2012, 09:46)

g3kdigital:-
Pero y si no quiero deformar la imagen de fondo? Es decir, que esta se mantenga con sus proporciones, pero que ocupe que el 100% del box, no importando si esta (la imagen) se recorta.
(06.03.2013, 14:14)

coyote fox:-
Are you seriously trying to claim copyright on a css rule?
LMAO
(01.04.2013, 19:42)

Stu:-
Where do I claim copyright for this?
(01.04.2013, 20:01)

Bob Sharp:-
Hi

Not sure if this is related; I am looking for advice/examples.

My page includes a cartoon image/photo and the image folder has several more.
All the images used for this are the same width.

Each image file has the same name, apart from the last character - a number.
Need code that changes the image when a button is clicked.
Possibly by incrementing the number.
Would prefer to do all this with PHP/CSS


Have tried searching with Google, but it brings up everything except what I'm looking for.
(23.10.2017, 01:23)



Post

Your comment:

Your Name:

Stu's First Name - 3 letters (required)

Thanks to Alex for this script.

Please enter your comments for this site page.
Please note that all posts are moderated.

Posting rules

HTML is turned off
Maximum word length is 80 characters.
Messages limited to 1200 characters.
Web links should not include 'http://'

Support CSSPLAY

Your donations keep CSS PLAY running.
If your donation is for the use of a demo then please email me with the demo url after making your donation.


CUSTOM SEARCH

Facebook Twitter rss feed Facebook Fan Page