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Tomas:-
Hi Stu, been a fan of this website for some time now. is there any way of applying this for images of any size?
Thanks,
Tomas.
(06.07.2005, 18:46)

Tomas:-
hi,
think i got it. i just took out image from <div class="out image">

I was trying to put in a comment under the image but this was expanding as the text went on!
(06.07.2005, 18:50)

Tomas:-
hi Stu,

When I remove padding:5px from .in i get a
white line about 2px at the bottom of the picture in IE6!
Please confirm!
(07.07.2005, 22:43)

Tucker Bickler:-
Hey Stu, I'm using this technique for my Boy Scout Troop's Website. But, when I view it in IE, as opposed to FF, the buttons on the left do not show up. Here's a link if you'd like to look for your self: http://truaxpad.freewebsitehost.net/troop491/index.htm Coincidently my host has been acting up so try going to the page a little later if it doesn't show up immediatly. My email is tuckersworld@gmail.com . I would really like your help, you're the one who would know ;)
Thanks
(15.08.2005, 23:51)

Paz:-
Hi

I have just tried using this shadow idea and it's fantastic. I only have one additional requirement, and that is how can I get it to stay in the middle of the screen (horizontally and vertically).

I could use a 3x3 table and put this in the middle one, but is there a css way to do this?
(22.08.2005, 14:27)

Stu:-
Horizontal is fairly straightforward using margin:0 auto; for Mozilla etc and text-align:center; for older versions of IE.
But vertiacla align is not so easy as it is not supported in anything except tables at the moment.
(22.08.2005, 14:53)

Paz:-
Thanks Stu.
text-align centres the text; not quite what I wanted, but margin:0 auto works in IE6.
I have bookmarked your site, as I'm sure I will be visiting frequently :)
(22.08.2005, 16:19)

Richard:-
Hi Stu. New to CSS and was wondering... along the lines of Tomas -> Suppose you want a generic css template for your website. You want every image to have an appropriate drop shadow but image sizes vary from page to page. Is there a way to wrap a div around each image and shadow the div and not the image? Thnx!
(31.01.2006, 01:11)

gcyrillus:-
hello,
.. and adding for instance (wich is not valide css)
-moz-border-radius : 10px;

to the "shadow's boxes" you have round corners shadow in mozilla / firefoxe .

too bad it's not css1/2/3 "compatible" ...
(17.05.2006, 16:10)

Dave:-
Neat stuff all over the site. Thanks a lot!

Just FYI, I noticed on this page in my FF 1.5.0.9 browser that the image example is not centered in the box, but right-aligns to the box. It looks correct with IE6
(28.02.2007, 22:25)

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