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David:-
hey, that is exactly what I was imagining. Can css read minds too?
(11.03.2005, 20:25)

Stu:-
Maybe. Keep watching the web for how it's done.
(11.03.2005, 20:32)

quentin:-
hello there stu. that's a great tutorial ! but how can i use thios tutorial if the images are not the same size. i mean that they have the same height but different width. Can u help me please ?
(12.04.2005, 16:06)

Stu:-
quentin, just take the width:115px; out of the #menu li and add the different widths to each #menu li.list1, #menu li.list2 etc.
(13.04.2005, 08:17)

Martin Strand:-
I see you have written this site in XHTML 1.1, but you doesn't seem to be aware of sending is as application/xhtml+xml? At least those browsers who can handle it should get the correct media type.

martin.strand at online.no
(06.06.2005, 10:39)

Stu:-
Martin, I am certainly aware that my host is serving my xhtml1.1 as text/html but unfortunately I can do nothing about it. I do not have access to php and could not persuade 'telewest blueyonder' to alter their set up. So I am doing the only thing possible. I am coding so that my pages are xhtml1.1 compliant and will validate.
(06.06.2005, 19:28)

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