A work in progress
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If you drag elsewhere, the image may turn blue 😦
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2nd problem to be solved is that the overlapping images don’t align vertically
Please let me know if today’s technique fails to change the image on your browser. The cause may be that your browser needs updating or that I made an error in the code. Yesterday’s image comparisons suffered from both of these problems for two Safari browser users. One browser was several releases out date and doesn’t support the custom code. The other was current but I left out the special code needed to make that version work.
Older versions of Internet Explorer (pre-IE v.10) are notorious for failure to abide by international standards. Even the latest version is not implemented to support the newest (around for several years!) web features. Folks, there’s not enough space here to list all of the reasons (security, standards conformance, performance…) why I strongly advise using Chrome or Firefox – or almost anything but IE. And – if you insist on IE but don’t update it regularly (including the weekly Microsoft patch updates) you’re doing yourself a disfavor.
Also, do not use Safari on a Windows PC. Apple stopped supporting it in 2012.
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