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    Need "GOOD" button rollover script

    I'm trying to find a good button rollover effect script that works better than the one I'm currently using on my site, which is kinda slow to react (URL is: http://www.AustinSings.com/home.html)

    I found one that is fast acting at http://www.webnax.com/, but I'm not sure how to rework the code for use on my site.

    Anyonbe got a script that works as good as on the above mentioned site? Also, I'm wanting it to be compatiable with NS & IE 4 (if possible. For those folks out there with old browsers who ain't gonna upgrade anytime soon)

    Thanx
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    Did I post this in the wrong place?
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    You posted it in the right place but many people who hang out in the javascript section work fulltime in the states or go to school (check out your times. Exactly working or school days).

    As for the answer it is a simple rollover script

    First you ave to know how to preload images. Second how to use a basic event handler like onmouseover and onmouseout. Once you know those three things you can easily create a rollover effect.

    http://tech.irt.org/articles/js018/index.htm

    Tis is a little lengthy but it is old school ad is support b ie4 and nn4 browsers. It is a tutorial and an example. Good luck..

    Of for a quick and clean approach with only an example here you go. The only ting I would do different is use a function to rollover but this works well to

    http://www.sitepointforums.com/showt...threadid=30006
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    You need to preload the rollover images to make it go really fast.

    On my website, in the Beginning Javascript tutorial, you can learn how to do the most simple JS rollover and combo that with an image preloading script to make the rollover take effect instantaneously.

    http://www.html4me.com

    Good luck-

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    Thanks guys! I'll scope out these links.....

    I fixing to start studying Flash (once I get me new PC and the Flash program from Micromedia), so hopefully I'll be into some nice rollover & navagation effects soon!

    Thanks again....
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