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Bramick:-
works on Camino as well.
(27.11.2006, 20:05)

YK:-
Looks good in IE7 but it seems there is a bit of a scrolling problem in Firefox 2.0 where dragging the scrollbar is a problem (although using the arrows and the scrollwheel still allows it to work).
Also, this particular demo saved me a lot of heartache as I stumbled in here trying to find a solution to my problems: Making DIVs stick to the right side of the browser. You made it all simple though and have earned my eternal gratitude in my fav list. Thanks.
(28.11.2006, 09:14)

Martti:-
how can you add links into the <em> tags, ive tried to work it out but it wont work it just places above the other links instead of inside the content.
(08.12.2006, 18:23)

Cara:-
where are you all seeing the code? how do i gte it
(19.12.2006, 12:59)

Stu:-
Cara, just copy the source code and the linked stylesheet.
(19.12.2006, 23:26)

cromatic:-
Stu: I noticed this worked fine in Firefox 1.5.0.9 too.
Nice work on your side.
Inspiriration and Sense comes over me when I visit your page!
(28.01.2007, 20:38)

Octavian:-
Great example! How much i'd need this, but the vanish problem at click makes it useles for me (i need that clicks on links to open another layer).
(18.07.2007, 16:06)

oknechirik:-
I think u already know: now it works in Opera 9.5
(23.09.2007, 19:41)

Richard:-
This is great. I have an issue with a CSS page that looks hgreat in IE 7 and in Firefox but it is totally horrible in IE 6. What would you recommend to make the IE 6 browser correctly read my page?
(24.07.2008, 21:08)

ZZMike:-
This works perfectly in FireFox 2.0.0.17, but in IE 6.0.2900, clicking a link makes the highlight show, but the image to the right doesn't change until I move the cursor away. It might be an image-load problem, because it works correctly the second time around.

Clicking anywhere on the page makes the image disappear, in both browsers.

I have to say, though, that your CSS incantations are indistinguishable from magic.
(13.12.2008, 01:36)

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