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Very useful Stu, as a css-newbie I sometimes have troubles 'understanding' the css-construction of your examples, this sure helps.
btw, I see you turned 60, probably a bit late, but: congratulations!
(18.09.2006, 21:45)

Rodney, 60 was just under 1 month ago :)
The tutorial will be extended to cover more advaned hovering over the next few weeks (when I can find the time). Glad it is useful.
(18.09.2006, 21:53)

I'm relatively new to this site,
it feels like a gradual illumination,
from copy and paste codes for my works,
to a look at the source code of your site.
Then to this tutorial, perfect, which seems to open doors to consciousness.
CSS magics revealing.

Thank you,
do you mind if I consider you, unaware, my CSS master and mentor?
(21.09.2006, 22:57)

Alv, no problem, glad you find it of some use :)
(21.09.2006, 23:11)

Hi Stu,

I,m Doing a vertical menu with an ul an five li inside, I use this CSS style to change the background color of li but they don't work in IE 6

Do you tell me what is wrong?

#selligas.mod .caja ul li {
border-bottom:solid 1px;
#selligas.mod .caja ul li:hover {

Thank yuo, for all
(10.06.2007, 11:31)

Adian, :hover only applies to links in IE5 and IE6 so li:hover does not work.
(10.06.2007, 13:49)

Chris O:-

Thanks for your Hover Craft tutorial - you have saved me hours of head scratching!

(15.04.2008, 14:56)


Love the site and appreciate all the time you spend on it. Two questions on this part. In the menu section, the CSS starts with a class of "list_one", but then moves to "list_two" with no "list_two" in the markup. I'm presuming it's just a typo, but wanted to make sure.

Second, where is the "to be continued" part. I want to learn more! Thanks again.
(03.09.2009, 01:53)


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