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GlennMcKeown says

this is probably the funniest thread i’ve ever seen on TF!

a themeforest author giving the most basic of advise, and do so incorrectly…

Merry Christmas :)

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CraigSnedeker says
To be user friendly either use sprites with background position (to avoid the image loading delay on hover) or preload the rollovers with JavaScript.

that ruins the point of “no javascript? :P

snedekerdesignz: Why the div? Divitis is a nasty disease :p
I was thinking that myself yesterday haha no need for them
this is probably the funniest thread i’ve ever seen on TF!

a themeforest author giving the most basic of advise, and do so incorrectly…

Merry Christmas :)

LOL

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fillerspace says
To be user friendly either use sprites with background position (to avoid the image loading delay on hover) or preload the rollovers with JavaScript.

that ruins the point of “no javascript? :P

A CSS sprite would not require javascript, and it would improve loading time because the browser would only have to open a single connection to load the sprite instead of 2 or 4. Since most browsers only open a maximum of 2 concurrent connections per host, the user has to wait for the images to load when they each load separately.
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