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Stu:-
The method of displaying the image and text can be made to work in Firefox but unfortunately as soon as you try to use the scroll bar the image vanishes.
(07.01.2005, 18:43)

Maggie:-
Agree with above but well done
(18.01.2005, 15:26)

Robert:-
What good is a page displayed only with I/E?
No good at all.
(14.05.2005, 01:24)

Stu:-
Some people still don't get the idea of this site. These are experiments with CSS and this experiment was to show what IE can do that other browsers can't. I have similar experiments showing what other browsers can do that IE can't. I would not suggest for one minute that you use this to make your web site (unless you just wanted to target IE that is). I am, however, grateful for your comment.
(14.05.2005, 08:58)

Craig:-
The example is not lost on me, excellent work! In all, I have found your site compelling and insightful. Thanks
(30.06.2005, 03:21)

David:-
I wonder if people realize how much work it is to bring ideas like yours to the table? Good Job and good thinking. Forget the browsers, I think you have excellent foresight. I appreciate your work.
(04.08.2005, 13:24)

Denbuzze:-
Even IE 7.0 beta can handle it ;-)
(13.08.2005, 13:59)

Stu:-
Firefox now displays but because of the scrollwheel bug it cannot scroll the page. Opera just holds the image until the mouse click is released.
(21.08.2005, 23:01)

Stu:-
FF v1.5 Beta 1 will display this one correctly. The scrolling mousewheel lets you view the text but there is a problem when trying to drag the scrollbar.
(03.10.2005, 11:33)

Stephen:-
Brilliant insight
(26.10.2005, 11:30)

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