CSS play - A method of displaying team photos and information panels

18th February 2014

For IE9+, Firefox, Opera, Safari, Chrome
iOS, Android OS, Touch screens and smartphones

Dr Terry Smith

Head of Department Graphics, Art & Media

Ms Pauline Jones

Head of Department, Fashion and Textiles

Mr William Freeman

Deputy Head of the College of Engineering

Dr Sarah Smile

School Business Manager

Mrs Mollie Watson

Associate Professor in Astronomy

Mr Brian Charles

Senior Lecturer in Biological Physics

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Information

A method of displaying team photgraphs with information panels.

Just click the 'OUT TEAM' icon to slide out the thumbanil images of the team, then click any thumbnail to enlarge to full size and display a name and position in the team.

Click the large image to shrink back to the thumbnail size and click the 'OUR TEAM' icon again to slide back the thumbanil images.

Again IE9 will not see the animation.


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