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Marianne van der Klugt:-
Thanks for your prompt answer. I have one more question, if you don't mind. I am not a CSS-expert, so maybe my question sounds silly, but how can I change the colour of the caption? Now it is red, but can I change it in the following way:

<span style="color:deeppink"> (between the body tags)?

I have tried to trace the red colour in the style tags, but I couldn't find it.
(25.01.2005, 10:02)

Stu:-
The color is set by the style #menu a:hover span.
At the moment it is #c00. You can change this to deeppink (which is #ff1493}.
(25.01.2005, 23:03)

Dubliner:-
superb stu. ace site.
(10.02.2005, 11:40)

Quentin Ellis:-
hi, fantastic site. I tried to use your opacity code in a page that also contains a flash banner. In firefox, when the image is rolled over the flash banner flickers. Is this a problem with my coding or something wrong with firefox? Thanx again for your site. Great to see what can be possible
(23.03.2005, 18:06)

Aurelio:-
Strange if i use opacity for my menu Buttons CSS dont validate the opacity but strange here CSS validet opacity.
Is there a trick ?
(27.03.2005, 22:21)

Stu:-
No trick. If you are using the link at the bottom of the page then this is for validating the s7u.css styl sheet. The inline style is not checked. The opacity style does not validate according to w3c.org for this reason I have stopped adding to this section until all browsers support opacity correctly.
(27.03.2005, 22:51)

Jim Kay:-
works in IE5.5
(16.04.2005, 14:04)

Jess Have:-
Opacity is supported in Safari 1.3 (v312).
(16.04.2005, 20:47)

duncanwil@gmail.com:-
I like this opacity thing too!

Also excellent
(09.05.2005, 20:24)

Tom:-
I love this and everything else on the site stu, all very inspirational!
Something you may be able to help me with though; I am trying to use this as a background of block of text, the problem is though that the text also loses opacity, i have tried setting the text back to full opacity but with no luck.. any ideas?
thanks a lot :)
(08.11.2005, 23:51)

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