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norrash:-
hey stu
found u in the css forum- so decided to check out ur webpage-
it is very cool-- i really like this idea-- would u be willing to share code?
(18.09.2004, 18:46)

Stu:-
The css for all these demos is in the page source. You have my permission to copy what you want and use it as you want. The only limitation is the use of my css images which are copyright.
A link back would be nice but not essential ;)
(18.09.2004, 19:43)

Mac:-
Nice efect with very simple code, but.... there´s always a but :)
1-¿could be done similar efect without duplicating images, with some js?
2-¿there´s any easy way to get the visited look on the original images?

Thanks a lot for the page, i´m working on css and html everyday but seems i have a lot to learn yet ;)
(27.09.2006, 12:58)

Stu:-
Mac, it could probably be done using opacity, but this would not validate on IE 5.x, IE6 and earlier versions of most popular browsers.
(27.09.2006, 19:40)

Ian:-
Hey Stu great site the visited gallery was just what i needed for a website im working on for my sisters florist shop..
(22.06.2007, 17:30)

Kenna:-
Thanks,
This really helped. But it seems that there is a Safari bug where even if you clear the cache and quit the browser the images still appear sepia toned. I tried it on other browsers and this doesn't seem to happen. Is there a way for them to turn back to color without having to clear the cache? Do you have any suggestions?
(07.02.2009, 19:12)



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