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Hi! I've figured out a nice way on hovering links. I've done an animated gif and use it as a background while hovering. This works in all browser, except internet explorer Sad

any tips on getting it to work in ie as well?

i've compiled a demo at http://www.kiesler.at/static/playground/anihover/

thanks // René!

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I've used this effect before, with a 'slowly pulsating light' graphic. It works well for me. Your test file works okay on my PC with IE6.

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You might want to preload the image as well.

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roytheboy wrote:
I've used this effect before, with a 'slowly pulsating light' graphic. It works well for me. Your test file works okay on my PC with IE6.

weird, now it's working for me as well Shock

I guess, it's all ZoneAlarms fault Laughing out loud

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rck wrote:
weird, now it's working for me as well

It could be that a previous version of your stylesheet was cached by your browser and then not immediately updated following your change.

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roytheboy wrote:
It could be that a previous version of your stylesheet was cached by your browser and then not immediately updated following your change.

I always try to press shift-reload after making changes like that, doesn't that refresh the cache?

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rck wrote:
I always try to press shift-reload after making changes like that, doesn't that refresh the cache?

Yes, that's my understanding too.

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