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Rollover (MouseOver) graphics in a 'Form'

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Does anybody know how to get rollover graphipcs to work inside of a form?

I can assign a graphic as a button without a problem, and then assign the appropriate command to that button; 'submit' etc, but I make them into rollover (image swap).

I've tried the default rollover graphic code from Dreamweaver as well as some custom Javscript but no dice..

Is it even possible?

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Question by:silha
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by:darksinclair
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which programming language are you working in silha?  PHP? ASP?  do you really want to try and do it with javascript??
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by:COBOLdinosaur
ID: 12079912
You have to use a regular image with events:

<img src="mouseout.gif" onmouseover="this.src='mouseover.gif'"
   onmouseout="this.src='mouseout.gif'" onclick="document.forms[0].submit()">

Cd&
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by:Skonen
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darksinclair said:
"which programming language are you working in silha?  PHP? ASP?  do you really want to try and do it with javascript??"

Darksinclair: Such a task can only be accomplished in client side scripting such as Javascript or Flash. PHP and ASP are server-side, so once the page has been sent, the server does not have any influence tp what the user chooses to do on his/her system.
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by:silha
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Correct... it MUST be client side... (that much I know) and which is why I was trying JavaScript in the first place.

I will attempt to use the code from COBOLdinosaur, but I'm not optinistic as I wrote some very similar code a few days ago that didn't work... COBOLdinosaur's code however is sufficiently different enough to try.

I'll post the results here either way..

Thanks to all, any further comments are appreciated.

Regards,

-Silha

PS.. the source files in question are PHP.. (for those who asked...)

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by:Zyloch
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There's nothing wrong with Cd's script. If implemented correctly, it should definitely work. Just watch for those quote mixups, especially if you're echoing with PHP.
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by:xakem
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hello!
as i remember we can use images instead of submit buttons, try this:

<input type="image" src="img1.ext" onMouseOver="this.src='img2.ext'" onMouseOut="this.src='img1.ext'>
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by:silha
ID: 12085008
Maybe I'm just technically impaired on this one... I just can't get the code above to work... (and it looks as if it should!)

Below is a line from my current page (using a stand graphic as a button in a form) the 'rollover' graphic would be /image/Buttons/save-n-close_hvr.gif

<input name="btnContinue" type="image" id="btnContinue" value="Continue" src="/image/Buttons/save-n-close.gif" alt="Continue Button" width="148" height="37" border="0">

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Zyloch earned 250 total points
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Try

<input name="btnContinue" type="image" id="btnContinue" value="Continue src="/image/Buttons/save-n-close.gif" alt="Continue Button" title="Continue Button" width="148" height="37" border="0" onmouseover="this.src='/image/Buttons/save-n-close_hvr.gif';" onmouseout="this.src='/image/Buttons/save-n-close.gif';">
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by:silha
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OH MY GOD! <it works!>

Required a little fine tuning but this appaears to be it!!!

<input name="btnContinue" type="image" id="btnContinue" title="Continue Button" onMouseOver="this.src='/image/Buttons/save-n-close_hvr.gif';" onMouseOut="this.src='/image/Buttons/save-n-close.gif';" value="Continue src='/image/Buttons/save-n-close.gif" src="../image/Buttons/save-n-close.gif" width="148" height="37" border="0">

Thanks to everybody for their input!

-E
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by:xakem
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not at all
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