> -----Original Message-----
> From: Thomas O. Isaksson [EMAIL-REMOVED]]
> Subject: Re: [css-d] Spangly H1 - Is there a better way?
> I would suggest you use 3 spans inside the H1 tag instead of the images.
> For the H1 you should have only the bottom border and shadow set as
> background image.
> You can see a live demo of this in action over at
> http://www.oddjob.se/test.html - tested and verified in all common
> browsers, including IE5 Mac.
Unfortunately, it doesn't quite work for me :-(
Because of the fixed height, if I change the text to read "Here comes the stretching text and its
really really really really really really really really really really really really really long", it
starts to fall apart where mine held together. But its given me some ideas to play with, so thanks
for that :-)
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