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Jay, yours are still there. You posted on the 'Contact Me' page. They are only viewable from the page on which you posted.
(12.06.2008, 07:50)

i love your site stu :)
keep up the great work!
(23.06.2008, 08:18)

Thanks for an amazing collection of demonstrations and effort! Integrated a few components into if you're interested (no I'm not asking for help!)
(07.07.2008, 06:00)

CSS play is an awesome site. I have learned so much! Thanks
(14.07.2008, 16:38)

So your site just shows what you can what? How do I get that stuff onto my website? Do I have to read every single page to find out? For a site where content is everything you certainly don't show how to go from your site to my site very well do you?
(15.07.2008, 01:45)

Pierre, it's a shame that some people expect everything handed to them on a plate. CSSplay is my showcase of what can be done using just CSS, and you can't even be bothered to read the FAQs.
(15.07.2008, 07:35)

Hi Stu,
this is a fantastic and helpful site. CSS ist a really perfect way to use for websites. Anyway, I checked all the demos and couldn't find something I have to do. I have a row of small boxes turning their color on mouseover. How to give some additional text underneath the little boxes? Here is the script:

<style type="text/css">
body {background: darkblue;}
#rollovermenu a {
float: left;
padding: 10px 0 0;
overflow: hidden;
height: 10px !important;
width: 15px;
display: table-cell;
background: url ("boxroll.gif")
0px 0px no-repeat;
#rollovermenu a:hover {
background-position: 0px -10px;
#rollovermenu a:active {
background-position: 0px -10px;
(24.07.2008, 10:14)

So I am newbie in CSS. I am learning CSS yesterday, and I has love CSS. Good luck CSSplay. Thank's
(26.08.2008, 08:39)

I looked for logo to add to the css-play link I'm about to add to my site but didn't find one
(14.11.2008, 09:44)

There is a button on the home page you could use.
(14.11.2008, 09:56)

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