Image Replacement With CSS

If you add this little snippet to your CSS stylesheet you can just apply the class name ir to the element for the image replacement styles to take effect.

      border: 0;
      font: 0/0 a;
      text-shadow: none;
      color: transparent;
      background-color: transparent;

If you want to read more into this new image replacement technique, Nicolas Gallagher has a great post that describes it in great detail – Another CSS Image Replacement Technique

Source: HTML5 Boilerplate

Jake Bresnehan

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