SAY IT WITH CSS! Slide Show implemented as pure CSS3 / HTML 5 solution

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The solution demonstrates CSS3 coding technique, which allows to implement online slide show with "darkbox" (or "lightbox") effects using pure CSS3 and HTML5; it does not require any Javascript/jQuery coding.



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