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trying to set up images and make them rollover buttons


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moondog830

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I have created 3 separate images for each spot on my 'nav bar' ... one image shows what page you are on, one image shows the others with a slightly different look, and the other image is my 'rollover' image. 

 

using dreamweaver to lay it all out, but it only allows using 2 images for each image ... confused what to do or how to do it. 

 

working on this for my brother-in-law

 

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please help


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AstraNut

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Do you want one mouseoff image and one mouseover image for each nav item? Not sure if there is a way to activate a third image as a mouseover activates a single action. Of course, the action can contain a single image which can show all the information you want. It can initiate nice customized text popups. Not sure why you want 3 images when two would contain all you want. Maybe I don't understand what "others with a slightly different look" means. Might could use the mouseover to show the image flip and then trigger a delayed JavaScript that shows third image. Getting all this coded to show these where you want them may be a little trickier and more complex. I would just go with two images which contains all the info you want to present ot maybe a combination of an image and text. Maybe a "slide show" on a mouseover? Maybe two image in a "Split Button Dropdowns" instead of using text links?

 

I don't like Dreamweaver, :D You might want to show your code and/or the online web page you are working on that has the nav menu.


Edited by AstraNut, 28 September 2020 - 04:26 PM.

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