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James:-
Hi Stu,
You say, you want to share your experimnts but I do not see any tutorials for the most sophisticated designs.
(05.04.2007, 16:18)

Merri:-
Answering instead of Stu, but tutorials are very hard to write: if you really start writing a tutorial, you probably want to explain in very detail why every single rule was set to their place. Including browser bugs. Atleast I do some things purely to skip browser problems specifically IE problems.

Including these reasonings may then lead to a very confusing tutorial, leaving them out in the other hand makes the tutorial not worthy, as it doesn't teach much anything that you can read from the code.

CSS in the other hand is in a very moving environment: writings written now are often badly outdated just in a few months/years after new browser releases (except if there are no browser hacks required). At the moment IE6 information is becoming less and less important each day as people are moving to IE7 (or Firefox).
(06.04.2007, 00:04)

Merri:-
And for the last addition: atleast I use Stu's designs purely for ideas and inspiration, I rarely look into the code as ideas are more important. Once you know CSS enough, you don't often need to see the code to know how to do it. Or if you do have a need to take a peek, it is just for one or two specific tricks.
(06.04.2007, 00:08)

Robin Cunningham:-
Altered scroll-show con'd - To make my request clearer: Want hover on thumbnails to produce variable-sized images to left of scroll-space; thumbs will be fixed size; variable image sizes set in src code of image, but will display in fixed-sized area; eliminated 2x images, 2x image space, 'click for image' image, click link. See work in progress at www.robinpat.com/nichols/nichols_scroll_show.htm. There are no images, only blanks, but concept (so far) should be clear. Thanx again.
(08.04.2007, 19:34)

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