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page resolution

page resolution

page resolution

i made these buttons for my page using illustrator. check out the navigation buttons on my page http://www.afterglowvisuals.com

what so strange is is that the bio button looks perfect on a 800x600 screen, but on a 1024x768 the bio button would say "bo" ...really strange...

can anybody tell me whats going on?


RE: page resolution

I've tried your page at both resolutions, and it says "b o" each time, except when the mouse hovers over it, the 'i' magically reappears! Very strange... I wonder if it's something simple like the 'i' being the same color as the background?

RE: page resolution

check the different files associated with your on, off, and rollover fuctions. The 'off' state needs to be replaced with a new file.

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