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maze:-
hi stu! thanks for encouraging everyone to use css in a more appropriate way. the photo gallery almost works with safari 1.3 (v312), as mentioned bevore by mindy, the large images go back to small as soon as you release the mouse button. works fine with mozilla. when will the world get rid of IE?
(23.07.2005, 22:13)

Todd:-
Maze - I'm with you...IE is just the bane of anyone's internet experience...
(27.07.2005, 22:30)

GaryBadger:-
Stu, I have to let you know, this two-step is easily the greatest gallery I have ever seen. Unbelievable! Well done!
(29.07.2005, 02:13)

Todd (todd@reidjazz.com):-
Stu: Love this two-step photo gallery. I'm having a bit of trouble implementing and wondering if you could help. I've got the basic gallery working at http://www.bradgoode.com/photos.html, but as you can see, something isn't right with the hover. I suspect it's something really basic that I've overlooked, but can't seem to get it right. Any ideas
(30.07.2005, 16:16)

Rachel:-
Stu, your site is great. The two-step work fine on Mozilla 1.7.8 mac os 10.41
(21.08.2005, 13:27)

Stu:-
Thanks Rachel, it seems to be a success in most browsers doesn't it.
(21.08.2005, 15:43)

Mary Anne:-
Dear Stu,
I built my first site with Netscape Composer and was very proud of it until I learned something about the code behind the scenes! You're site makes learning css easy. I understand that your code is not to be used for commercial purposes, but I would like to display my album based on your code. Can I upload it to my site for you to view? (Please do not display my full name or website address; I'd be happy to send any other info by email.)I'd like to indicate~design adapted from original work by Stu....@your site button....
(21.09.2005, 14:26)

Stu:-
Mary Anne, the css is there to be used. A link back would be nice but it is not compulsory.
(22.09.2005, 23:09)

Will:-
Stu, great site, and I LOVE this gallery! However, I'm having some strange behaviour when I try to add extra elements (say, another row down) beyond the original 7x7 frame. I get weird flickering on hover-over. I checked the size of the original ul#gallery object, shouldn't be the problem. Thanks in advance!
(10.10.2005, 20:57)

BJ@chumpmusic.de:-
hi stu really nice work. i want to use it on my hompage chumpmusic.de nut i'm still looking for a way to handle pictures wither bigger height than width without destroying the proportions. Some help really would be apreciated and of course rewarded with a grateful link to your sensational homepage.
(20.10.2005, 19:26)

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