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CSS Hover Image Flickering

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Hi,

Is there a good way to stop flickering with my CSS hovering image?
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Pre-loading the image would be a better option...

This would help you - http://perishablepress.com/press/2008/04/15/pure-css-better-image-preloading-without-javascript/
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So by the looks of things, if they are in <li> format there will be no flickering
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