Just a quick note, I've set the question to ten points, but I will increase this if I get a good answer.
Is it just me, or does the ALT attribute of the IMG tag over-rides the TITLE attribute of the A tag in IE.
Thing is, I thought the ALT attribute was supposed to be a description of the image, for those that have them disabled, whilst the TITLE attribute is for describing links.
To put it another way, if someone is surfing with images disabled I want them to see the word "INTRO" where the button would be, but on hovering they get "The main start and news page." - which is fine in Opera, but IE displays the ALT tag always, and Mozilla wont let me switch images off to test it.
I know it's a minor thing, and if it comes to it I'll just stick the link descriptions in the ALT attribute instead, but it would be nice if there was an easy solution.