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Please note. I get a few hundred emails a week from visitors asking for help, or posing questions on how to modify my demos to suit their application and I read them all. Unfortunately I only have a limited amount of time to spend answering these questions.

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leeonon:-
good idea!
(29.04.2006, 10:22)

leeonon:-
cssplay.co.uk ,a good site for me that to learning the css,but it is diffcult to see the source is not in one page!

I want a ZIP!

hehe!@
(29.04.2006, 10:24)

Saxe:-
Works in Firefox 1.5 AND the scroll works fine contrary to what jimmos,el,dentos said. You just have to hover the mouse over the picture, not outside it.

Anyway, great work
(21.05.2006, 15:45)

Joe:-
it works in fire fox
(27.05.2006, 20:44)

Stu:-
Joe, almost. Try using the scroll bar.
(27.05.2006, 21:15)

Exec:-
Stu:"as soon as you try to use the scroll bar the image vanishes."
Do you mean the scrollwheel?
Works perfectly fine here using the scrollbar, except that you can't move it by dragging.
(01.07.2006, 19:05)

Sebastiaan:-
Works fine in FF 1.5.0.4 ;-)
(05.07.2006, 12:25)

db2:-
Hi Stu, very nice idea of a css site. But there's one problem for me. Whats responsible for that you can't mark the text? Is it possible to change that, exp. div's? I tried to combine your idea of this site with your photogallerie MK:2. But whatever I tried, by clicking in the content all was gone.

Best wishes for the future.
(06.07.2006, 16:35)

Krischu:-
In Firefox 1.5.0.6 the right vertical scrollbar seems blocked or at least only moves one line at a time.
(10.08.2006, 13:52)

Scott:-
I am not going to read through all the posts, but it works great for Firefox/1.5.0.8, just to let you know.

And also for the people asking for zip files and such, go download a web developer toolbar for your browser and I really highly recomend them for people who like to deconstruct pages to figure out how they work.
(20.11.2006, 18:37)

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