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This works with IE7! I guess MS is finally starting to get the idea.
(06.02.2006, 05:53)

Maxomillion Solaris:-
You sir, are a mad genius.

Do you have a day job, or is this your main gig? I am still learning the basics of css. After 5 years and learning in the table, I am having trouble shifting my brain. Slowly I pick up new css techniques everyday, but it is a slow process for me.

Your site gives me inspiration and the drive to move forward with this great new way to make sites.

Thank you!
(08.02.2006, 00:03)

Maxomillion Solaris, I have a daily job aa an electro-mechanical design draughtsman, though this is a little dodgy at the moment :o . If anyone wants to hire me for small web site design then I may be able to do this in my spare time.
(08.02.2006, 22:41)

I have just spent a couple of hours cross-checking your wonderful work. I am on a Mac using Safari 10.4.7. I checked it against Firefox and there is no difference. Your work is just as terrific using Safari as it using Firefox.

Thanks so very much for your hard work
(18.07.2006, 00:14)

Oliver Treend:-

Did you know? PNG Opacity IS supported in IE 5.5+ WITHOUT any help from javascript??

See this page for more details:

I love your site (especially your range of CSS menus). I am learning how to design using CSS and not tables, so as you could imagine, this site is an invaluable resource.

Keep up the good work!!
(04.08.2006, 21:25)

Well Stu, I've just found your site today, while looking for better methods of using css in my pages, I have not been let down with your marvelous creations. I did want to add here that I too am able to see this perfectly as you intended in IE7 Beta, as I can see all of the examples and demos that you have marked as not working in IE. Perhaps it's time for you to re-evaluate IE7 since there seems to have been an update recently.

Thank you again for the great examples, it will be a slow process for me to switch from tables to css, but due to your site I will certainly do just that.

Anthony T.
(05.09.2006, 05:42)

Anthony, I now have IE7 RC1 on one of my PCs and am working through my demonstrations. So far only a handful require changing to make them work. I will be updating these over the next few weeks.
(05.09.2006, 12:15)

Stu your site has blown me away. You realy do have a talent for getting the best from CSS.

Keep up the great work.
(05.10.2006, 12:34)

Great work, and thanks to publish it since that we do not know much but we wished to learn, are to us very useful sites like this.
(24.01.2007, 21:35)

Yuri Shoroxof:-
Png transparency can really be enabled for ie55+ WITHOUT JavaScript, and without using HTC Behaviors - actually, using pure CSS. Two proprietary MS things countbalance each other and can be hidden conditional comments leaving clean cross-browser code. The explanation and example are at
(29.01.2007, 13:54)


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