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flump:-
hey that's pretty good. is the stuff where you back track intentional? (i had to bt anyway :)) good work
(17.10.2004, 22:17)

Stu:-
There is only one way to get across and it does require some backtracking. Glad you like it :o)
(17.10.2004, 22:24)

ahbib:-
yay. i find the way and cross safely by using this click and drag method again. i just hold down mouse clicking and release it on the destination square... i win like this. thank you for making this in css, is this one to be fixed or is that not a way?
(30.10.2004, 02:57)

Stu:-
ahbib, again click and drag is not the answer. This CAN be solved by using the bridges :o)
(30.10.2004, 08:53)

DCElliott:-
I think this is just a little bit beyond separating presentation and content, isn't it stu?
Keep pushing the envelope, er, container, er, block - oh, whatever!
(07.11.2004, 23:29)

Stu:-
Yeh but.....no but.....yeh but. Well I did it because I could. Keep crossing your bridges. ;o)
(07.11.2004, 23:40)

Stu:-
If you want to see content separated from style just look at my home page. When viewed without CSS there are no images, just text and menus. But then, that's boring isn't it? ;o)
(12.11.2004, 16:18)

Buck:-
This is a great site. I'm just discovering css.
That shark infested waters in a bit consuming.
kinda reminds me of The Legend of Zelda where you had to walk through the bushes in sequence otherwise you would get where you were trying to go.
(15.02.2005, 13:22)

Buck:-
Sorry for the typos in that post. I hope you have an admin function to edit this stuff
(15.02.2005, 13:23)

Zeerus:-
Found a bug consistent in all browsers. I clicked and dragged to a space right above the birdge. The bridge showed up and then it said I died. Anyway, when you start a new game the bridge is still there, even if your mouse isn't on it. I took a screenshot of the bridge. My mouse is not sitting anywhere on the puzzle. http://www.webfuziondesign.com/stubug.png

The bridge only disappears once you reload the page completely.
(24.05.2005, 16:42)

Emily:-
Hi! I was wondering if I could use this on my website for a few weeks? My website is
www.freewebs.com/clockworkweb/
It's non-profit.
(31.07.2007, 02:37)

Stu:-
Emily, as long as there is a clear link back to my original page and a 'copyright cssplay.co.uk' comment.
(01.08.2007, 09:03)

Joel:-
YAY! I fount out how to cross!
Ok, some links(or towers) have to be hovered on multiple times before you can get across.
I'll admit, I found out how to solve it by using the click-drag method. I was able to see how every tower reacts when you hover on it.
HINT: You do not get on the final tower from the towers next to it.
(23.11.2007, 17:47)



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