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    Cursor Trail Script Help

    I am having a problem figuring out why my "cursor trail" from my script is hidden on certain parts of the page. could someone take a look for me and point me in the right direction? Thanks!

    http://www.artisticskin.com/mainbio_page.html

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    Try getting rid of the "live source" properties for those bio pictures. You should also be aware that "cursor trails" are considered unprofessional by the majority of web designers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Roy Sinclair
    You should also be aware that "cursor trails" are considered unprofessional by the majority of web designers.
    it wasn't so long ago that just about every second website had them. all pilfered - nay, gleaned - from Dynamic Drive, of course.

    how times change, eh! LOL
    *keep it simple (TM)

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    Yes, I know they are considered "unprofessional", but that is what the client wanted and you know "the customer is allways right". Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by svoltmer
    Yes, I know they are considered "unprofessional", but that is what the client wanted and you know "the customer is allways right". Thanks
    If you can't talk them out of it, you do indeed have to provide what they want (or not take the job) but I do hope you warned them that it's a bad idea.

    Does removing the "extra" properties on those <Img> tags fix the problem?
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