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Roll over disabled for click

Roll over disabled for click

Roll over disabled for click

Hi everybody!

I have a menu in the left frame and over all the slices I have the rollover effect.

But I want when the user clicks on a word in the menu, than the clicked slice from frame2 to remain like it is in frame, not to roll over back.

IS there a way to do this?


RE: Roll over disabled for click

Uh, yea.
It sounds like this ...

You have created your rollovers using frames/layers as opposed to creating a symbol from your graphic. If you had gone the "symbol" route you would have the option to modify
UP OVER DOWN AND ACTIVE areas via Symbol editing.  pernsally I lprefer symbol editing becasue you can then embed them as a group to make one large navigation area.

This is an ongoing debate in our office; my programmer uses your route and hates the symbols as they create slicing issues.  But if you want control in various states then it's the way to go.

Check Macromedia tutorials for "creating symbols".

I am woman, watch me code.

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