However, in recent years, these issues have diminished significantly. The average screen resolution has increased, as has the typical internet connection speed. Though it is still debated, the success of sites that rely on large, long pages has, for the most part, disproved the "users don't scroll" myth. Additionally, the widespread use of the "scrolling mouse" has greatly improved the ability to scroll more quickly and easily.
CSS Extensions for XML Property: -o-link Values: none | attr(<attribute-name>) Initial: none Inherited: no Description: This property sets the value of the "link" variable which can later be used to generate a link through the "-o-link-source" property. Property: -o-link-source Values: none | current | next Initial: none Inherited: no Description: This property sets the element to be a source anchor and, if so, declares which value of the '-o-link' variable that should be used: the current or the next. Property: -o-replace Values: none | attr(x) Initial: none Inherited: no Description: This property declares the element to be replaced or not. If replaced, the attr() function is used to point to the attribute where the URI to the content can be found.