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Improvement: use pure css for arrows instead of images #47

wachunga opened this Issue Feb 17, 2012 · 2 comments


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wachunga commented Feb 17, 2012

That would make it far easier to style. See, for example, how borders are used to create arrows in minitip.

I think this one is already fixed, arrows are now CSS rules as far as I know.

Currently guiders.js uses an image asset inlined directly into the CSS. In IE7 and below, the asterisked property means that the image asset will be used (guiders_arrows.png), however in modern browsers the image data is inlined to the CSS.

I've used CSS arrows before and had problems getting them to work in IE7, but it looks like minitip works in IE7. So this is an open issue. It's a nice-to-have feature.

@pickhardt pickhardt closed this Aug 12, 2016

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