CSS3 Duff Roll

2nd February 2010

For Firefox, Opera and IE8

Mmmmmm....Homer would love the never ending supply of beer.

... and now for Safari and Google Chrome

Based on an original idea by Román Cortés

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Just a small change to the previous demo to have a continuous supply of rolling cans.

This would also work in Safari and Chrome if only they would fix the bug that stops :hover being used in conjunction with the general sibling selector as in this style .frame b.p1:hover ~ div {left:10px;} for example.

Remember this is only for fun and the original idea for the overlay is all due to Román Cortés.

7th February 2010

Now Safari and Chrome users can also see this working. Just place the mouse over the second image. No need to keep the mouse moving in these browsers.


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