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Swap Image won't work on Netscape?

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Is the Swap Image behaviors won't work on netscape?

I tried several page with the swap image from my netscape 4.7 and 6.2 both version won't display the image(the page works ok from IE 4-5).

Is that normal?  any fixes for it?

Both version of my netscape is running under Linux...
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Question by:pcchiu
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by:andriv
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Can you supply a link so we can take a look?

When you were creating the link it may of used the absolute path:
<img src=file:///c...  Dreamweaver has problems with this type of link.  You want it to be:

<img src="path/to/file.jpg" ...

Again, I will be able to help more if I have code to look at.
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by:pcchiu
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I don't think it's the img src problem...
Here's the test page I put up.
http://home.pacbell.net/pcchiu/test.htm
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by:andriv
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Oh, you are using the event handlers in the <object> tag.  Netscape does not reconize event handlers for the <object> tag. The only way around it is not to use Flash buttons and use image buttons instead.
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by:webwoman
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Don't use Flash buttons. It's not a good choice for navigation. Anything that requires ANY plugin (no matter how prevalent it's supposed to be) is not a good choice for navigation.

Anybody who doesn't have the correct plugin won't be able to do anything, and then you've lost them forever. Not good.
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by:pcchiu
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so what's the work around for it?  I don't like plugin too but if that's the only choice...
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andriv earned 50 total points
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No plug in is going to work. You just can't you the flash button. For it to work you have to replace the flash button with an image button and use:

<a href="#" onMouseover="..." onMouseOut="..."><img src="mybutton.gif"></a>
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by:pcchiu
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andrive you're the men.  It works just can't use the flash button with the swap image.  Thanks alot.

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by:andriv
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No problem, glad we can help!!
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