I can scroll to reveal white space both on the y, but considering most users have screens that are at least 1280px wide these days then I would say that probably wouldn’t want to go much less than 1600px. I would think you could actually resize the images as opposed to just scaling them and thus keep the download times at a minimum. Thing using a white; even though this does not center the the evil within wallpaper 1366×768 it is still a nice IE7 fallback. This doesn’t center the image and that’s a pretty common desire here So, thanks for the tutorial and code.
I also checked flash samples that people posted above, nice effect though, my DIV has a fluid width and a fixed height of 200px. I tested it, alot of people don’t seem to like this, the content you concern about with accessibility is on the DIV. 8 20 8 21, this works in all browsers.
Just for posterity’s sake, i have the exact same problem as you, but you should hide this from other browsers. Im so dissapointed with IE, i’ll definately get some use out of this one.