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    How do I get a beveled image?

    I am using FrontPage to create hover buttons from images and I finally hav the working.

    They change from one image to another when the mouse is placed over them.

    Is there some way to ad a beveled look to these by putting a bevel command in the coding. Somehow I managed to get a couple of them to bevel but I'll be darned if I can do it again because it won't allow me to select that option in FrontPage.

    Here's what I've got. This picture looks beveled in FrontPage and isn't when published. Coding below

    <applet code="fphover.class" codebase="./" width="92" height="100">
    <param name="color" value="#000080">
    <param name="hovercolor" value="#0000FF">
    <param name="textcolor" value="#FFFFFF">
    <param name="effect" value="glow">
    <param name="hoverimage" valuetype="ref" value="FlatScreenBackground.JPG">
    <param name="image" valuetype="ref" value="FlatScreenButton.JPG">
    </applet>


    This image looks beveled in FrontPage and shows up beveled when published and yet I don't see anything different in the coding.

    <applet code="fphover.class" codebase="./" width="92" height="100">
    <param name="color" value="#000080">
    <param name="hovercolor" value="#0000FF">
    <param name="textcolor" value="#FFFFFF">
    <param name="effect" value="glow">
    <param name="image" valuetype="ref" value="HomeSimButton.JPG">
    <param name="hoverimage" valuetype="ref" value="HomeSimBackground.JPG">
    </applet>


    The page I am working on is found at http://www.smartwords.org/northbayhome.htm

    Thanks for any help you can give

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    ☆★☆★ silver trophy vgarcia's Avatar
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    Make the change to your images, I don't think the effect is anything you're doing in the HTML. Also, why a Java applet for something as simple as rollover images? You can do this in simple javascript and you don't have the insane load time that your pics do now (I am on a cable modem and it was REALLY slow).

    --Vinnie


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