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    http://www.csszengarden.com/?cssfile...062.css&page=4

    hover the vertical tabs at the right. Is that done only with CSS?
    How?
    THanks

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    well since its a css zengarden site, it had to be.

    If you look through their css stylesheet carefully enough,you can probably figure it out.
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    CSS

    I really need to start using more.
    The time you waste today, can never be retreived.

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    Which design?

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    The one in the link I posted

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    LOL... I get it now... each link gives you a different design. Interesting concept... it's like "skinning" the site with CSS.

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    Ok, so maybe I don't get it... the tabs don't show for me, in IE or Firefox. What am I missing?

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    PS - that design you posted has a differnet look in firefox and in IE

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    Lol, I dont get it either.

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    For those of you who don't know;

    csszengarden.com is a site that challenges you to take their html file and using only CSS (altering of the html at all is not allowed), create a completely new and unique design.

    It isn't a contest really, just a means of promoting the power of CSS and what can be accompished with it. And some of the designs truly are amazing. I suggest taking a look at the Zen Lawn design (http://www.csszengarden.com/?cssfile=063%2F063%2Ecss), it is completely elastic (change your text size and watch what happens ). There are at least another 100 to 200 designs total, all of them top notch. I find this to be a good resource for inspiration.

    Definately check it out.
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