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Stu:-
Thanks for the feedback MEMark.
(15.01.2006, 14:57)

shaggy:-
it works great on all of the newer mac browsers. i wouldn't bother with ie mac, nobody uses it anyway.

very very cool!
(04.04.2006, 17:04)

Chris Klaus:-
Hi Stu,

It looks like there's a problem in IE 7 beta 2. Regardless this is still a great concept!
(20.04.2006, 20:35)

g(eek)dog:-
Wow! Works in ie 5.2 for mac. Despite this browser being written off as crappola, people still use this more than developers want to admit.
(23.04.2006, 23:40)

Bubbi:-
Nice going with those boxes. Although i haven't had the opportunity to use any of these, i have tested them on the mac in the following browsers:
Opera 8.51,
firefox 1.07 + 1,5
Safari 2.0.4
Mozilla 1.7.8
Internet Explorer 5.2

And all of them reads it correctly as far as I know.

I did see that previous posters have tested some of the browsers, but then you could read this as a confirmation to those :)
(05.09.2006, 15:09)

Shash:-
Hi,
First thx for this.
I have a question in the idea :
Is there a way to indicate an absolute position to a div with a percentage AND a pixel value.
For exemple, i want my div to appear like that :

div {
position: absolute;
left: 50%; /* But I need to translate it 20px more on the left */
}

Any idea ?
(27.07.2009, 17:29)

Stu:-
try margin-left:-20px;
(27.07.2009, 17:53)

GG:-
With css3 you can use the calc function

/* Firefox */
height: -moz-calc(100% - 18px);
/* WebKit */
height: -webkit-calc(100% - 18px);
/* Opera */
height: -o-calc(100% - 18px);
/* Standard */
height: calc(100% - 18px);
(14.05.2013, 02:20)

CSS WIZ LOL:-
CSS can't be copyrighted and posting a false copyright claim is punishable with up to $2500.

whanethewhip.wikidot.com/article:you-cannot-copyright-css

Please remove it.
(23.05.2014, 15:27)

Stu:-
This demo is 8 years old and I am not claiming the the CSS is copyrighted. I am just saying that the web page that my demonstration is on is copyright cssplay.
(23.05.2014, 15:54)

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