@Paulie_D: They are going to need to be elements in their own right. Their other property is that they need to be links, or clickable in any case. So not backgrounds. The metaphor the client is using is that they are like easter eggs because they will lead to more content. ..
@Paulie_D thanks for that. It’s a possibility. It’s the twinkling effect that I think in the end will be hard to get at–either as a good-looking symbolic representation of a twinkle or something that attempts to artificially reproduce it…
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