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When CSS goes bad....

It would appear that Google has changed how they display results for an image search. Goggle Image Search Now a user is required to hover over an image to view the details such as size and url associated with the image.

This is a clear case of CSS gone awry. In an effort to make the results appear "flashy" or "modern" Google has added CSS hover states. What this does is complicate the tool. Now a user can no longer easily compare two images without moving their mouse back and forth between them.

Shame on Google. Put it back the way it was and quit over-styling pages.

Update It appears Google saw the error of their ways and removed the superfluous over styling.

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