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I have only one question. How can I use javascript, or vbscript to create a web site that as you move over, say some navigation buttons, they change to a different button - or when clicked on they change to another button to show what page you are on. Sorry, if this has not been described to you in the best way. Andy

RE: GIF Rollovers,....

Don't forget the best thing about the web... Find a page that does basically what you want to do and save it locally. Use a text editor to see the html and the javascript. From there, identify the code that you liked and follow the example provided by the page's author.

RE: GIF Rollovers,....

I may be a little late on this one, but if you need assistance, I have done this without difficulty on my personal page at: http://www.dallas.quik.com/grebo and on various pages I administer at work at: http://www.utdallas.edu/dept/eecs Feel free to look at the code there and use it.

RE: GIF Rollovers,....

Don't Forget, FrontPage provides a Java-based Hover button component that does exactly what you wish. Choose from a set of default effects, or use your own button images. Additionally, you can associate sound effects with the button events too.

RE: GIF Rollovers,....

Yes, FrontPage does use Java Hover buttons, but the experience that I have had is that Java gives you a much slower load time. It works just the same, but if you are worried about load time, try to stick w/ JavaScript.

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