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Thread: CSS vs. PHP Slideshow
Jun 20, 2012, 11:23 #1
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CSS vs. PHP Slideshow
I will be making a slideshow, and although I was already aware that it can be done via PHP, I recently discovered that it can also be done with CSS.
Initially, I was planning to do the slideshow in PHP, but now that I know it can also be done in CSS, I'm confused as to which route I should take.
As I've recently entered the world of CSS, when I realized the slideshow can be done in CSS, this made me want to do the slideshow in CSS--mainly because I'm intrigued by CSS and am just finding CSS to have so many delightful surprises.
However, upon further thought, I questioned myself as to whether or not it would actually be better to stick to PHP rather than CSS for the slideshow. The main reason I am thinking that PHP would actually be preferable in this regard is because in PHP, I will not have to worry about browser compatibility or display issues (unless I'm mistaken about this).
I do not know if this reason is valid enough, or whether it is in fact better to do the slideshow in PHP opposed to CSS.
I'd really appreciate hearing the advice that anyone here has to offer on this: would it be preferable to do a slideshow in CSS or PHP?