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J:-
Hi Stu...

How well does this work in other browsers besides IE6?

Thanks.
(07.04.2006, 07:35)

Ruth:-
Hi:

Over a year ago I visited your site and you had great samples of full sites. Are these samples still available ?

Thanks for your great site !!!!
(22.04.2006, 10:30)

Stu:-
Ruth, If you mean my previous home page switcher then these are still available. From the home page choose 'archives' from the sub menu.
Ther are also some site layouts under the 'layouts' menu.
(22.04.2006, 11:22)

mario:-
hi there - i found your site while searching for the magnify option on pictures as I am working on a generic site for my company, and I see you have some really cool things, but my question is - how does some one use it. I wanted to do the water picture effect where it looks bigger - help pls
(11.07.2006, 01:33)

B:-
Hey Stu,

Tried out the "ANOTHER MAGNIFIER MENU" in conjunction with a class="linkopacity" and it seems to work in IE7 and firefox but not in IE6.
(11.07.2006, 14:32)

Stefan:-
Hey,

I tested it and checked it and again and again, but I don't get the effect running in IE 6.
In Firefox the images overlapped the little ones but in IE 6 just the right picture overlapped the left but not the right.

This is very sad and I don't find out any possibility to fix it, I hope you can help me!

Yours faithfully,

Stefan
(02.03.2007, 16:09)

Squid:-
Stu,

I've been constantly checking out all the neat stuff you have done with CSS. I tried using this magnifier in a table format where the first cell is the line of images. They show up beautifully in the space I have. The only problem I run into is that in IE7 I can't get the block of images to center in the cell. In firefox 3 they center just fine.

I have modified the css such that I specify the #enlarge width right after the id thus...<ul id="enlarge" style="width: 140;"> so i could use it at multiple locations. I also removed teh 'em' and set to auto. Just wondering if you knew a trick to centering them within a cell.
(17.07.2008, 18:55)



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