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Jul 20, 2007 7:06am

slate's page navigation

These made me very happy:

They're the page navigation links at the bottom of Slate's multi-page stories, and each image shows how the set of links looks when the mouse if hovering on the 1, the 2, and the NEXT, respectively. I'm very much enjoying the fact that the yellow highlight on the rightmost link matches the vertical height of the other two, making the whole block a tightly coupled unit.

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