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Stuart Leighton:-
Hi,

This site is fantastic!! I have just recently started learning web design (HTML and CSS). I didn't realise what great stuff you could do with CSS.

I was wondering if you would kindly point me in the right direction, I really want to learn CSS so that I can create cool stuff like you have done on this site. My email address is Stuart_Leighton@Yahoo.co.uk

I have seen that you have kindly displayed the CSS and HTML Markup with some of your designs. Some of the coding I understand, some not. Please can you point me to a resource, which will enable me to understand the techniques you have used on this site. I especially like the image map you have done with the Praying Mantis , and in the future would like to incorporate something similar into my website.

Thanks, what a great site!

Stuart
(28.02.2006, 13:30)

Stu:-
Stuart, glad you like the site and want to learn all about CSS. Unfortunately I cannot point you to any resource that will help you understand the advanced methods used on this site. I am self taught and started out about 3 or 4 years ago by printing out the CSS1 (and later the CSS2) standards from the w3c.org web site and sat down to learn as much as I could from them. The one site that did start me off was Eric Meyer's and www.meyerweb.com/eric/css/edge/ in particular.
I suppose his books would be a good starting point but be prepared to take 3 or 4 months before things start to click. The very best of luck.
(28.02.2006, 22:20)

wcDogg:-
Hello!

Thank you so much for such fantastic examples of what can be accomplished with CSS!

I am viewing your site, and playing with the CSS for 'Jigsaw Links', in IE 7 - please don't mock me ;-).

I am hoping you could recomend a fix for the hover flicker that occurs in pieces 1, 2 and 3?

Thanks again for the time and effort that goes into keeping this site up and running!

- wcDogg
(15.09.2007, 17:58)

Stu:-
wcDogg, add float:left; to the style for the list:
ul#off li {display:block; float:left;}
I will update the stylesheet tonight.
(17.09.2007, 07:58)

Stu:-
wcDog, no flicker in IE7 now :)
(18.09.2007, 10:48)

wcDogg:-
Stu -

Very much appreciated!

- wcDogg
(18.09.2007, 17:16)



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