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Dysfunksional.Monkey -

Would it not be possible to use sIFR [http://www.mikeindustries.com/blog/archive/2004/08/sifr] rather than loading new images all the time?

I'm pretty sure that if you created the images as vector images behind the text these would scale too.

Just a thought...

David Schontzler -

sIFR won't scale on the fly though, so you'd have to make a version that re-runs every time the style is changed.

apartness -

Eh, but why redesign? Your site has a nice feeling just the way it is.

Rob Mientjes -

Read, mister "apartness". He says "a site", not "my site".

Oh, great concept. My mind goes only so far to adding different font-sizes.

Ken Savage -

Very nice complement of CSS example.

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