I found some CSS links today:
How to create a CSS-based rollover image effect
And then I found an interesting article about fostering online communities which contains the quote of the day:
“Any time you construct specific rules of engagement, they are instantly open to interpretation and circumvention, and we want our members to negotiate their place with each other, not with The Authority.”
But then I found what I was really looking for. A nifty way to make the main image on my home page change every time it is refreshed in a user’s browser, lending a new feel for when people come back to pay it a visit. I heard about this nifty tool from Nathan Smith. Here’s a look at it in action.
It was made possible by a genius named Dan Benjamin, and was first showcased on his journal A List Apart.
Here’s a direct link to the PHP script that makes it all possible, but really, go ahead and click the “A List Apart” link above to get the full picture of what you’re getting into first.
I can’t wait to get started on this. So, excuse me while I put down some code. Â Oh, and Obama has North Carolina but Hillary leads in Indiana. Shudder.
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Ha, ha, ha. It works. That’s brilliant. Now to make more background images.
The quote of the day made me laugh aloud at work –Almost at much as the comments about the kid who wore that football jersey for 4 years.