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Re: Rollovers

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  • Keith Johnson
    Thanks Guys..I ll read thru this..I also just took the code from another progran and put in my info..Thanks again...Keithmj ... these ... wish ... but ...
    Message 1 of 5 , Dec 17, 2005
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      Thanks Guys..I'll read thru this..I also just took the code from
      another progran and put in my info..Thanks again...Keithmj

      --- In ntb-clips@yahoogroups.com, "Don - htmlfixit.com" <don@h...>
      > > Having had only monitored and never responded or interacted on
      > > groups I apologize if I am posting in the wrong place. As well I
      > > not to distract from Don's suggestion of the USE of javascript,
      > > rather, offer another solution.
      > > CSS is a wonderful way to create rollovers of all sorts. CSS
      > > rollovers are fast and clean performers. If you would like an
      > > of using CSS for rollovers there are many out there on the web
      such as -->
      > > http://www.cssplay.co.uk/menus/index.html
      > > most of these examples are not imaged for the sake of displaying
      > > used in pure form. In turn you might have a look here. -->
      > > http://mvp.wiserways.com/tutorials/rollovers/
      > > I have created a CSS mini tutorial for a bug in Internet-
      explorer. It
      > > uses images for bullets. -->
      > > http://www.sightdeezygn.com/if-blog/e1.html
      > > If you check it out you can see code that
      > > uses imaged backgrounds for bullets (and learn about an internet
      > > explorer bug to watch for as well) :)
      > > Hope this sheds more light, offers more possibilities
      > I totally agree that css is a great alternative way (and perhaps
      even a
      > preferred way of doing rollovers these days). I almost posted a
      > solution as well. I was trying to keep it simple so decided not
      to, but
      > glad that you did.
      > I would suggest that this particular branch of the thread might
      > be in the html list (as it relates to html/css coding) vs a clip
      > achieve same.
      > I *do not* in anyway wish to discourage anyone from posting. I am
      > hardly the final authority on what goes where either, I might
      add! Both
      > the HTML and the Clips lists are MUCH more tolerant of short
      > off topic conversations in my experience though because of the
      fact that
      > the users are much more experienced. They (the "evil moderators"
      > *grin*) fairly "militantly" try to keep the basic list to the very
      > basics of the program because many new or less advanced users are
      > on that list and they don't want to scare them off. These are my
      > perceptions.
      > I have copied your post to the html list and would suggest that
      > discussion of the CSS options probably should continue over there
      > someone is suggesting a clip to acheive the end result :-)
      > Thanks for jumping in and posting. More participants helps
      everyone learn!
      > Don
      > http://htmlfixit.com
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