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Current posts

Todd Reid:-
Image replacement with NO flicker mk2: unfortunately, this fails in Safari 1.2.4 (v125.12) on MacOS X 10.3.7. Love it in the other browsers though!
(25.01.2005, 19:59)

Piero Borelli:-
(29.01.2005, 18:53)

Jan Swiderski:-
Very wonderfull!
(23.02.2005, 10:35)

Is it possible to use your flicker free list on images? I would like to have 6 greyscale images and if you hover over one it colourises but there is much flicker on mine.
(25.02.2005, 22:40)

Keep watching David ... coming soon.
(26.02.2005, 12:59)

David:- appears to have an excellent image replacement technique as at least 3 different sections of their site...very impressive. You might have a look i think the url is:
(02.05.2005, 01:35)

Is it possible to have a submenu under one of these categories that has several categories that also do the same effect?
(05.12.2007, 19:06)


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