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st:-
sorry xsnappy above = xsnazzy section
(28.08.2006, 19:29)

Stu:-
st, you have to be careful of the padding values of text at the top and bottom of the container as this may push the corners away from the content.
(29.08.2006, 21:17)

Jimmy:-
My compliments for this great site! I'd like to ask if it is possible to add a background image in these wonderful snazzy boxes...? Thanks!
(13.11.2006, 10:02)

Stu:-
You could specify a background image for the xsnazzy div, but you would need to watch the corners.
(13.11.2006, 17:37)

deb:-
Hi,
The Snazzy border with the boxes does not work in Mozilla. Works fine in IE. is there a workaround?
(16.11.2006, 17:56)

Stu:-
This demo works fine in my version 1.7.13 of Mozilla
(17.11.2006, 07:58)

Jimmy:-
Stu, I don't know how strange this may sound to you (especially after deb's post) but snazzy boxes do NOT work in Internet Explorer 6-at least for me! E.g. I have created some snazzy borders in my personal site and snazzy boxes work in some pages whether they don't work is some other pages-they seem to float right (e.g. the content of the main div exceeds the borders of the right side)! Why is that? My website has some php and java scripts-perhaps this cause the problem? Or is it because I haven't the right doctype? I have tested all doctypes out there but none of them was a solution to my problem. Stu, I would greatly appreciate a response of yours. Thank you! :)
(21.11.2006, 21:29)

Doug:-
Awesome site-excellent work!!! Is it possible to add some shadow behind those boxes? Thanks for any help.
(17.12.2006, 02:30)

Agam:-
Hello Stu,
The examples on your site are just absolutely fantastic! Thanks so much!
Stu, is it possible to make a large snazzy box with other boxes floating in them at different places? For some reason, I am unable to control locations of content inside snazzys. An example would be much appreciated. Happy Holidays and thanks again!
(23.12.2006, 00:42)

Ty Stallard:-
I am new to CSS and would love to understand how you did rounded corners without images. (It's great)

I have a question regarding the .xbox1 are with margins.

I noticed you have {margin:0 5px; background:#444;}

Do I need a comma between 0 and 5?

e.g. {margin:0, 5px; background:#444;}


From what I read on W3C, The first number is Top and Bottom and the second number is LEFT and Right sides. Is this correct?

Is it better for safe practices to use a comma between the two?

It is obvious that the CSS is working, and I appreciate your examples immensely. But I just wanted to be sure that I understand that I don't need a comma between the two numbers. Or is it written this way for another reason that I am not aware of?
(18.01.2007, 16:49)

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