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Designer
brett7481
Date
January 4, 2006
Rating
3.00000000
Downloads
25065
Validation
XHTML 1.1
Uses CSS
Not Available

Designer Notes

This is my 4th submission to OSWD, and while it's not my personal favorite, I do like it. The design is valid XHTML 1.1, but unfortunatly due to the opacity hacks for Internet Explorer, the CSS does not validate. That being said, the page does display properly in both Firefox and IE, and everything but the hacks do validate.

Design Comments

11 Jan. 2006 3:35am PST

skettino

Comments 8

Excellent work! Keep it up!

11 Jan. 2006 10:06pm PST

pogy366

Comments 2

brett - kick ass job on this design. Keep 'em coming!

27 Apr. 2006 8:51am PDT

Niklas22

Comments 5

Wow man.. That design looks like it isnt free... WOW!
Great work!

17 Sep. 2006 5:14pm PDT

Nanshi

Comments 1

I think this is my favourite of many of the excellent designs on this site!!

Really excellent design!

09 Oct. 2006 8:02am PDT

cfoster

Comments 3

Great looking design but, forces horizontal scrollbar in IE6.

09 Oct. 2006 2:19pm PDT

gustavo

Comments 2

This is awesome! I had no idea you could make a "frames" look-alike with CSS. Am I dreaming here? Thanks for the work!

09 Oct. 2006 2:23pm PDT

gustavo

Comments 2

Question: what is _filter: progid:DXImageTransform.Microsoft.Alpha(opacity=70);?

04 Oct. 2007 2:28am PDT

rfarrell

Comments 1

Just a thought about getting around the alpha support problem...

Save a low-alpha (solid color) png and display it as a background image in the apDiv. I know it isn't as clean because you would have to add the png image/slice to your reference assets instead of using straight up CSS, but it is a simple workaround. The effect is really nice with a large low-alpha shape over an image too -it just has to be the .png and not a .gif to display opacity.

Really nice template though and I've never commented before.

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