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Keppler

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Staff member
Interesting...
the right-to-left effect is simple to achieve on html layout by using a CSS style, but the way the images are flipped is quite nifty...
 

rutty

Active Member
It doesn't swap the images round with my Firebird browser, but it does with IE. Must be some of the restrictions that are imposed on image manipulation.

It's quite nifty though isn't it? No idea how they display those images the wrong way round...
 

Keppler

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Staff member
must be with one of the IE filters then..

EDIT:

aha yes it is, as I thought..

[code:1:c7019d4fcc]<style>
<!--
img{filter:fliph;}
-->
</style>[/code:1:c7019d4fcc]
 

HBB

Active Member
And the letters in the start bar are the other way round too! :D:D:D


It's really freaky, and I'm sooo sad, I'm trying to read posts back to front! :D

Ben


:roll:
 

HBB

Active Member
Although even in the source the words are backwards, so its not just a css code (I think :?) ......


Ben

*novice html code user :p*
 

Keppler

Moderator
Staff member
Ben, the css style changes the order of the words, not the words themselves. A server side process is run on the sniffed code from tMP to reverse the letters of each word.

Kepps

(not-so novice code user)
 

Jo Elson

Member
Jo Elson si enim .oot sdrawkcab doog kool seman eht fo emos dna .looc ytterp stahT.


Thats pretty cool. and some of the names look good backwards too. mine is noslE oJ
 
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