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Please note. I get a few hundred emails a week from visitors asking for help, or posing questions on how to modify my demos to suit their application and I read them all. Unfortunately I only have a limited amount of time to spend answering these questions.

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Tim Callahan:-
Stu, this is a huge win over JS, Gotta love your JS alternative demos! ;o)
(04.05.2006, 22:37)

Brian Roark:-
Thanks! Great Job
I really like software and the website.
Best Wishes
(06.05.2006, 08:48)

Mary:-
Stu: Add my praise to that of Tim's above. This is indeed a nice touch. Any idea why neither image appears in IE 5.2/Mac other than we are dealing with a saly outdated browser?
(08.05.2006, 06:10)

Stu:-
Mary, this is normally a problem with overflow:hidden; and visibility:hidden
You could try masking the overflow from IE/Mac and change the visibilty:hidden;/visibility:visible; to display:none;/display:block;
(08.05.2006, 08:20)

Luke:-
Hi Stu, this is amazing! Much better than a js version.

One thing that I can't work out though...

I have a page with an animated gif background and want to have a button which allows the user to toggle the background gif animation on and off.

I've tried playing around with your source code but can't quite get there.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Keep up the great work!
(10.01.2007, 00:09)

Criss:-
I was diverted to this website from a Forum because I was searching for a way to stop/start a gif animation.

This is it, but I also need to embed sound to it. How can that be done?
(01.03.2007, 23:31)

Nashvillian:-
I'm new. I love the elegance of using CSS instead of Java to start and stop animated GIFs. Maybe I'm missing something, but how do I find out how to use what's demonstrated in start_gif.html? Is there somewhere else to go to find out the code? Thanks!
(31.01.2013, 20:12)

Stu:-
Check the site FAQs which will tell you where to look for the code and styles.
(31.01.2013, 21:51)

Nashvillian:-
Thanks! You're a wonderful human being.
(01.02.2013, 05:20)



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