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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.

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Anonym:-
stu have u noticed what happens when the bull was dragged?
(10.09.2005, 02:33)

jeipi:-
stu, great work.
Have u noticed what happens when the bullet was dragged?
(10.09.2005, 02:34)

yaniv:-
hi

how can i use the scripts if i don't see the code?

thanks
(28.02.2006, 03:44)

Mike:-
where beginners like me can see the css and html for this ? And the explanations to implement it ? And the question is good for all the rest of your site (layouts, menus, boxes, demos, etc...
(19.03.2006, 18:55)

Stu:-
Mike, to understand css you must first understand how it can be implemented on a page. Most of my examples (as I keep telling visitors) have the css in the usual place in the source code. The (x)html is held in the #info div. Just check the source code to find what you are after.
A few of my examples have tutorials available. Some require a good knowledge of css before you will be able to understand but most will be easy to follow if you have a fair understanding of css. The best way is to get an understanding of the basics from a good book then experiment with my code to see how things work. If I were to write tutorials on my work there would only be half the demonstrations on this site. After all this is 'cutting edge' css ;o)
(19.03.2006, 19:25)

Mike:-
What you say in fact is the only thing I have to do is looking at the page source code. For example, for the curvy corners, I go on the page where is the demo and look at it's source code. Am I right ? Same thing for your layouts, menus and so forth...right?
(20.03.2006, 15:48)

Stu:-
Mike, that's right. Most of the examples have the css and the (x)html in the page source code. A few have the css loaded using the normal method so from this you can get the css file name. entering this name in the browser will give a screen showing the external css file.
(20.03.2006, 19:46)

Mike:-
Stu, thanks for your help...From Canada !

Honestly, I've never seen a nice website like yours about css !!!
(20.03.2006, 21:32)

Mark:-
Hi Stu,

I very much enjoyed this website. Also I just visited your page with the example of a box with rounded corners: www.cssplay.co.uk/boxes/curves.html

This example works very well in MS Explorer 6.0 and Opera 8.54, but doesn't do to well in the latest Firefox (version 1.583)

Maybe you could check out the code to make it crossbrowser-compliant again. Have a great week!!

Greetings from Belgium, Mark
(16.05.2006, 19:04)

Charlotte Payan-Salcedo:-
how do you down load the style sheet???
(20.08.2006, 21:14)

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