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Mary:-
Stu, your latest wonder functions perfectly in FF and Safari on a Mac. IE5 does not see any links for the months - they read as plain text.
(08.03.2006, 04:39)

Rob:-
Nice job.
Could you dynamically create the months using serverside scripting, and dynamically add links to the calender based on database content?
Now that would be very cool!
(09.03.2006, 15:41)

Stu:-
Rob, all this is possible using PHP and MySQL for example.
(09.03.2006, 16:24)

DeadMeatGF:-
That is very sweet ...
I'm really struggling to get my head round CSS, mostly through lack of time, and stuff like this is what keeps me interested.
(09.03.2006, 19:35)

jean:-
Your demos have truly expanded my understanding of CSS as I work on my sister's website. It is also helping me at work, as most of the financial printing world actually uses CSS in many of its HTML SEC filings:) I was able to show your website to my co-workers and they were fascinated. - Thanks again!
(14.03.2006, 16:39)

Robert:-
Wow the new validating link calendar is great! It's just what I'm looking for to implement into my homepage. I'm trying to combine the validating link calendar with the hover click demo. So when you stand on a date a picture under the calendar appears. But I do not get this to work. Is this possible? By the way, keep up the good work. The website is GREAT!
(15.03.2006, 13:51)

Justin:-
I'm harrgg whaouuu sorry my heart is broken ....
fantastic very god job.
(17.03.2006, 14:08)

Matthew Poer:-
This is simply amazing, Mr. Nicholls. Your web site is an ispiration.
(22.03.2006, 04:57)

debbie:-
Your calenar is beautiful. I am still a little new. Where do you download the ccs?
I have tried using the script in the html. But it keeps failing when I extract all but the calendar.
Thanks,
Deb
(22.03.2006, 16:17)

Stu:-
debbie, you will need both the styles in the document <head> - one for Firefox etc and the other, in conditional comments, for IE. The (x)html is held in the #info div. You will also need a standards compliant !doctype - I use xhtml 1.1 but any one will do.
(22.03.2006, 20:14)

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