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I am using Front Page 98 and would like to put a hover button to refer back to the previous page.  
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by:MasseyM
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Add this to your button tags...

<onClick="javascript:history.go(-1)"   onMouseOver="self.status=document.referrer;return true">
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by:markg1
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Could you give me alittle more direction of where i should put the code you gave me?
  <tr>
    <td width="100%" align="right" height="20">
    <applet code="fphover.class" codebase="_fpclass/" width="120" height="24">
      <param name="text" value="back">
      <param name="color" value="#008080">
      <param name="hovercolor" value="#81C0C0">
      <param name="textcolor" value="#FFFFFF">
      <param name="effect" value="glow">
      <param name="url" value="" valuetype="ref">
    </applet>
    </td>
  </tr>
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MasseyM earned 50 total points
ID: 1855630
OK, I now see that you are using Java... you did not mention that before... You cannot use this technique with Java... But, you can do this:

<STYLE>
A.BLink            {
                Filter: Glow(Color=#FF00BB,Strength=2,enabled=1);    
            Color:            #FFFFFF;
            font-weight:      Bold;
            font-size:      13pt;
            }
A.BLink:Visited {
            Color:            Green;
            font-weight:      Bold;
            font-size:      13pt;
            }
A.BLink:Hover      {
            Color:            #81C0C0;
            font-weight:      Bold;
            font-size:      13pt;
            }
             }
</STYLE>

<A CLASS="BLink" onClick="javascript:history.go(-1);" onMouseOver="self.status=document.referrer;return true">Back</A>


This uses CSS 2.0 and works in 4.x browsers only...

That will give you a hover button....

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