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New Comments CSS Code

Posted by Hisham
Thursday 30 March 2006 at 10:29 pm.
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I've jazzed up the blog's CSS code for each journal entry's comments. It's now, um... well, comment to this post to discover how it looks like now (or you could just check out any other entries possessing any sort of comments).

I hope it would not only look aesthetically pleasant, but differentiating individual comments would be much easier now.

Comments for the comments in the form of kudos, critiques and exploding toilets would be most welcome.

And by the way...

if you're seeing the comments like so:

Internet Explorer 6

...then you're not really seeing the "aesthetically pleasant" I was talking about. For example, the transparent background on the "Comment" png image isn't transparent in the image above. What you really should be seeing on your browser screen is the following:

Mozilla Firefox 1.5

See the difference? The curved border corner? Eh? Eh?

In closing, get Firefox.


five comments

Chris Curtis
Chris Curtis (Email ) (URL) - 31-03-’06 02:32
ShaneOMac (Email ) (URL) - 31-03-’06 07:45
Hisham (URL) - 31-03-’06 09:41
Hijackqueen (Email ) (URL) - 04-04-’06 11:47
Dynamite Soul
Dynamite Soul (Email ) (URL) - 04-04-’06 13:14

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