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This page was built with Front Page. I was wondering how they did the link buttons at the end of the page. The uniformity of the buttons along with the script for the roll over. Did they do that with Front Page also? When I look at the work in notepad it looks very hard......page


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All it is is a mouseover event that changes from one picture to another. While you have it open in IE go to View > Source and you can read the source code to figure it out.
 

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Yes I viewed through source and went "oh my gosh".
I was just hoping there was a easier way through Front Page..
 
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Ummm...yes you can because that page was created with FrontPage. There are add-ins for exactly what you are trying to do if they aren't instaled by default.
 

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Rockin

There are add-ins for exactly what you are trying to do if they aren't instaled by default.
Did you mean what I think, "they are installed by default to prevent you from doing what you are trying to do!" ?

FP is notorious for making things difficult to read or non-functional in NS!

John
 

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LOL, Yeah I think I have that one figgered out! :D

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