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Can what he's trying to do be done with css with a series of hidden
(div/span... whatever) set to show on hover of a thumbnail? It seems to
me if that were possible, it would be the desirable way. Thanks, Aron
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Re: Ok experts...answer this one
Richard wrote in message ...
Of course you could always use the *Brucies Butterflies* technique, which
in a way is better, as you only call the large image if you request it. It'
in the URL below.
In your case the images are being preloaded whether the user requires to
view then or not, which to my mind is not a *good* thing.
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