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apnerve.:-
Wow...at last my search for a good website has ended. Infact I always wanted a CSS dedicated website as I'm a CSS fan. I liked your archieves with stylesheet switcher. Well..can I use your stylesheet switcher??
:: Read my blog: http://www.apnerve.blogspot.com
(01.01.2006, 12:45)

Stu:-
apnerve, it's there to be used. I have no copyright on this method.
(01.01.2006, 13:44)

Julian:-
I've reinstalled FF - there's no problem left
just want to mentioned it ;)
(14.01.2006, 20:23)

apnerve:-
Hello stu,
I'm planning to launch a website: www.gurujee.tk - free guru for iitjee on the web. I would like to use some of your CSS tricks in that.I want to put a link(image) back to your site... pls tell the url of the image.
(16.01.2006, 06:53)

Julian:-
@apnerve: click on the home-button and scroll down, there´s an image for linkingthis site ;)
(16.01.2006, 11:52)

eide:-
Hi

Great example - but it does not work for me in Opera correctly: when I click the arrow, image is replaced, but when I release mouse button - the default image is back there..
I have Opera 8.02.
BTW: is there way to identify Opera browser even when it's cloaking itself - pretending to be explorer/mozilla?

PS: You have a great website here:-)
(18.01.2006, 17:40)

Stu:-
eide, this is an example of minimum width in IE. The demo shown here is just a copy of the one at http://www.cssplay.co.uk/menu/hover_click.html where it is mentioned that Opera has a problem with active/focus not being held after the mouse click (a failing in Opera im afraid). I don't think there is any way round the cloaking of Opera, not even sure why they need to do this now.
(19.01.2006, 08:00)

Toma:-
Hi "father" ;)

This Alice one doesnt work in opera 8,51 (and others?). Full image gets loaded but never displayed.

btw,
Nonrectangulars are AMAZING!!
(20.01.2006, 07:37)

Stu:-
Toma, as discussed earlier, Opera acts differently to other browsers in that the mouse click (active/focus) state is only displayed while the mouse button is held down. So if you want to see the full image keep the mouse button held down. As soon as you release the button the active/focus state is lost.
(20.01.2006, 21:36)

John:-
Min-width is what I needed. Thank you!

Interesting effect: FF seems to cache all the images, so 'flipping' through the arrows or quickly clicking images seems fine.

IE (6.01) seems to want to download each arrow fresh on a mouse-over, so quickly mousing over the arrows leaves blank spaces while the no-hover arrow is downloaded again. Is that a bug or a "feature"? Either way, I haven't seen that behaviour before so wondering if it's the CSS that causes the hiccup.

No matter what, though: thank you for making your creativity in code available for learners like me!
(30.03.2006, 16:50)

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