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Stu:-
Znupi, some browsers do not download the image when using display:none; so that when hovering you may have to wait whilst the image downloads. With this method the image is downloaded but not displayed so that you get no delay when hovering.
But you can use whatever method you like. Even visibility:hidden; and visibility:visible;
(17.03.2007, 23:27)

fgdfg:-
where do I get this script?
(24.03.2007, 11:07)

Mat:-
Hi Stu, I want to use this on a page that will have a lot of images, how can I make it so the larger image box appears above the page?
(26.07.2007, 14:07)

Daniel:-
Not letting post, keeps saying "posting error" (Not too helpful :s )I'll just email you the question.
(29.07.2007, 07:15)

Jer:-
Uhm where can i find the code for this script? or any download link?
(19.09.2007, 14:49)

Ian Tresman:-
I've tried this with two images next to each other, but in MSIE, the small images shows through the large image. I know the solution lies with z-index, but I'm darned if I can find it.
(28.10.2007, 18:39)

Stu:-
Ian, just add z-index:200; to the #menu a.p1:hover .large style.
(28.10.2007, 18:45)

Iain:-
I have tried the image magnification but have a small problem. If I have a mixture of Portrait and Landscape images the magnification is fixed width and height. I have tried using % for the width and height attributes in the

#menu a.p1:hover .large

block

ie

width:200%; height:200%

but to no avail.

Can I modify the CSS to maintain the aspect ration of the images whne enlarged.
(29.10.2007, 12:43)

jos:-
hey just wanted to say thanks for this. it worked perfectly for me. i used this for a class project, so thanks again.
(12.01.2008, 12:26)

Oscar M.:-
i can't see the code
(16.04.2008, 17:07)

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