I have a rather interesting bug or problem when using CSS shapes.
I have made an animation/css3 image and have a very odd pixelated border around the creatures eyes. I am not 100% sure what is causing it but I believe I may have the root of the problem.
When I first posted the question I had a link to a similar yet minor problem with an owl's eyes that I made with CSS months before. I happened to remember this problem when I was making my cat and thought it may be relevant to add to the question.
I really am not sure how the question got interpreted to be pertaining to the owl but someone provided an answer that does fix my owls situation.
The problem I have now is that everyone just keeps up-voting the answer but it clearly does not pertain to my question.
I feel that all the traffic see this nice question and looks as if it answers my question but after a lot of testing on my part I found out they are 2 different situations.
What does everyone think I should do about this? It isn't a bad answer or anything but it has nothing to do with the question I asked.
I also have added a lot of editing showing exactly what is happening and the answer still keeps getting up-votes.
I found this on meta, How to deal with upvoted yet clearly wrong answers which gave me some ideas but flagging the question for a mod in my eyes won't do the trick. I tried editing the answer to just include a line saying that this is a solution for the owl but does not pertain to the question and a mod denied the edit.
Here is my question about Pixelated edge around a CSS Circle with overflow: hidden;.