dzash and hnagel, thanks for the feedback on Mac IE5.2. It certainly is a strange interpretation of the css. But whilst developing this gallery I had a similar thing happen in Firefox which needed a mouse movement after the click to make the image full size. There is possibly an answer to this but I cannot test on this platform.
Best information ive seen in a while. Smile your on digg!
derek, I noticed the digg posting. It's nice to know that my work is that popular. Thanks.
call me al:-
"Blow the bandwidth, let's have a decent subject."
I agree, bandwidth-schmandwidth!
That rocks! Very original and looks great.
Hi can we download and install this Stu?
Siobhan, you can use the css as you wish with your own series of images, but do not copy the demonstration with my choice of images so that it is an exact copy.
Hi stu you are the man from css world :o)this is fantastic. I am thinking of using the method for another purpose.
Stu, your talent is amazing. You requested feedback from a mac user on http://www.stunicholls.myby.co.uk/menu/gallery4.html.
Works perfectly in Firefox. In safari, I see all states of the images, but the large image goes away as soon as the mouse click is released.
Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge.
Two step photo-gallery don't work in Safari 1.2.4. Images ara static, without any action.
Great demo. It does work beautifully in Safari 1.3 & 1.4
I'm getting a different behavior for IE 5.2. Everything works as it should except that the last image hovered over does not revert when the cursor moves. It still shows the click image. Not a big deal.
Opera 8 on Mac works just as you describe for Windows.
Thanks to Alex for this script.
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