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I've been dallying just a little bit more with our faux i-frames in order to show you some quickie examples of using an image on the side, instead of a repeating pattern, then the same idea expanded to fill the horizontal space, and, finally, this same stretched layout with a pattern on the background.

The pattern I used there is from a new group of bloggrounds; I've added three new pages (now over 800 bloggrounds!), and you'll find this group on the last page - very handy for colorizing.

Looking for something to while away a little of your Saturday? You could go view a whole bunch of cool Flash animations from Russian artists. My favorite so far is "Los dias sin dias" from Scary Dolls. And I've been having a great time checking out Little Dead Gyrl's Shelter for Misfit Dolls (linked from Scary Dolls); don't miss the paper dolls and the links, and, well... just everything.

Posted by taz on July 24, 2004 at 03:08 AM in CSS, Web/Tech | Permalink


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Fun flash an' dolls, taz!

Posted by: shane | Jul 28, 2004 10:34:28 AM

Mmmm. Flash and dolls. Two great tastes that taste great together!

Posted by: taz | Jul 28, 2004 1:41:37 PM

Bugsy says, Jes gimme da flash-n-dollz, da flash-n-dollz, yeh.

Posted by: shane | Jul 30, 2004 12:20:51 PM