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ubercool...gonna start learning CSS right away
(03.03.2005, 17:32)

Dimitri IT:-
i'm definatly impressed by your examples !Keep up the good work mate !!!!!
(06.03.2005, 10:55)

Hello Stu,

I saw and tried your iamge map. Good work :)
But, your hack doesn't well display with konqeror (3.2.2 fedora version). Perhaps konqueror has a css bug.

You are A Good Css Master, right now.
(07.03.2005, 22:37)

j_one, I think someone will have to buy me all this alternative hardware and software so that I can have every conceivable combination on which to test my CSS ;o) I would really like a Mac most of all.
(07.03.2005, 23:10)

Very good, I've used the same on my site,
(11.03.2005, 17:38)

matt, I've combined your post ;o) Glad you have found a good use for this method. It works well.
(11.03.2005, 18:07)

Wow, super impressive! Thanks for the great ideas, and for sharing them with the rest of us.
(11.03.2005, 18:54)

Chris Hester:-
Excellent. If you removed the hover image that shows the position of each area, it would be perfect. Why? Because it causes a flicker when hovering from Sleepy to Happy and back. This happens when any two areas have a gap.
(06.04.2005, 10:31)

Hi Chris, if you don't want a flicker when scanning from Sleepy to Happy then increase the size of the Sleepy area to overlap the Happy area, or have the area highlight the same as a black square the same size as the individual hover area. I think that the initial hover image to show the 'hotspots' is required to give the visitor an indication of where they are.
(06.04.2005, 14:29)

Man, you're good. Thanks for sharing your ideas.
(19.05.2005, 23:58)

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