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How to do MouseOver in Dreamweaver

Posted on 2006-11-26
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I have a table (1 row, 1 column) with 7 images within the table.  The images have links to pages... Home, About Us, Services, Contract Us, etc.  I would like to add MouseOver to each of the images and I'm wondering how to do this in Dreamweaver 8.  I have a normal gif and a MouseOver gif for each image.

Thanks for the help!
BPL
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INSERT - IMAGE OBJECTS - ROLLOVER IMAGE

enter all the information required
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how about creating hotspots for the images does the same job.

add your image and click on it in design view
select  properties tab, normaly at the bottom
you will see a mouse pointer and sq etc.
click the sq, drag it across the image where you want it to be a link, you can create link shapes if needed.
the properties of the hotspot now appear, add where the link must go to.. simple
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cool. thank you
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