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The hover will work in IE, but not in Netscape, how can I get it to work in both?

<STYLE TYPE="text/css">

<!--
A {
text-decoration: none;}
H1,H2,H3 {
font-family: Arial;
a:link {color: white;}
a:hover{color: blue;}
}
// -->
</STYLE>
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by:bark10
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As I am not an expert with style sheets, I had to do some research.  See if this helps:

http://htmlgoodies.earthweb.com/beyond/textflip.html
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by:bark10
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I suggest this because I don't think NS supports hover but it does support onMouseover and onMouseout if they are placed in the anchor tag.
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by:bark10
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I suggest this because I don't think NS supports hover but it does support onMouseover and onMouseout if they are placed in the anchor tag.
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by:thunderchicken
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I tried it and it didn't work in netscape, there is a disclaimer at the top and said DHTML isn't suppored in Netscape.
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by:bark10
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I am sure there is a way to do it, but again, I don't know CSS very well.  

Sorry.
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jbirk earned 50 total points
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There's no way to di it for NN 4.X in CSS, but there is with JavaScript and DHTML!

Go to:
http://www.webreference.com/js/column4/index.html
To see a tutorial on this.
This link:
http://www.webreference.com/js/column4/workaround.html
Is step siz of the tutorial and explains the problem with Netscape and the workaround.

-Josh

P.S. BTW, NN 6.0 supports the css hover style now!
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by:thunderchicken
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i tried the code at the webreference site and it crashed IE... gave an error and just created a link in Netscape.
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by:jbirk
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Did you follow ALL the instructions from the site to set it up, and not modify any of their code (except the links of course)?  If it's still giving you errors, could you provide a url of your code?  I can check it out for errors.

-Josh
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by:thunderchicken
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The URL is on an Intranet for now... I'll throw it up here tomorrow.
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by:thunderchicken
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I played around with it and moved it to another site, http://virtual.ips.k12.in.us

I think I am missing something minor
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by:thunderchicken
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jbark - again

I played around with it more, but the font isn't working correctly.  Is there a way for consistant Arial 12pt font in this that you are aware of?
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by:jbirk
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I got no response from that url...  Is it down?
I see you joined bark10 and my names...  ("jbark")  hehe...

-Josh
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by:thunderchicken
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Well, I guess it's on an intranet so there's no way of getting to it now, but you did fulfill the requirements of my question.

Thanks!
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by:jbirk
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Your welcome.  Hope it works out for you!

-Josh
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