OnMouseOver/Out images

Discussion in 'HTML' started by Al Camp, Aug 6, 2005.

  1. Al Camp

    Al Camp Guest

    Hello all,
    Now go easy on a newbie...

    My editor (HTML-Kit V292) puts this entry on every page...
    <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN">
    And W3C suggested adding this line...
    <META HTTP-EQUIV="Content-Type" CONTENT="text/html; charset=ISO-8859-1">

    I built my web site, and all my code passed Tidy HTML and W3C.

    I added the following OnMouseOver/Out code... (got it from Googling this
    NG)
    <A HREF="index.html"
    onMouseOver="document.homepage.src='img/btn_homegrn.gif'"
    onMouseOut="document.homepage.src='img/btn_home.gif'">
    <IMG SRC="img/btn_home.gif" name="homepage" ALT = "0" BORDER="0" height=
    "47" WIDTH="131"</A>

    Now Tidy won't work at all. It comes up blank even if I put in a gross
    error, and W3C indicates that I'm not compatible any longer.

    I gather I may need a script, but isn't there any HTML method to
    accomplish the OnMouseOver/Out?

    Thanks in advance,
    Al Camp
    Al Camp, Aug 6, 2005
    #1
    1. Advertising

  2. Al Camp

    Jedi Fans Guest

    Al Camp wrote:
    > I added the following OnMouseOver/Out code... (got it from Googling this
    > NG)
    > <A HREF="index.html"
    > onMouseOver="document.homepage.src='img/btn_homegrn.gif'"
    > onMouseOut="document.homepage.src='img/btn_home.gif'">
    > <IMG SRC="img/btn_home.gif" name="homepage" ALT = "0" BORDER="0" height=
    > "47" WIDTH="131"</A>

    closing > to img

    --
    Hope This Helped and MTFBWY...
    Kieren aka JediFans - <URL:http://jedifans.com/>
    The Force Is With Me, SuSE Linux Professional 9.3, Mozilla Firefox
    1.0.6, Mozilla Thunderbird 1.5 Alpha 2 and Revenge Of The Sith!
    Jedi Fans, Aug 6, 2005
    #2
    1. Advertising

  3. Al Camp

    Al Camp Guest

    "Jedi Fans" <"news[at]jedifans[-=dot=-]com"> wrote in message
    news:42f4cdf7$0$18639$...
    > Al Camp wrote:
    >> I added the following OnMouseOver/Out code... (got it from Googling
    >> this NG)
    >> <A HREF="index.html"
    >> onMouseOver="document.homepage.src='img/btn_homegrn.gif'"
    >> onMouseOut="document.homepage.src='img/btn_home.gif'">
    >> <IMG SRC="img/btn_home.gif" name="homepage" ALT = "0" BORDER="0"
    >> height= "47" WIDTH="131"</A>

    > closing > to img



    Jedi,
    Once again... thanks. I corrected the > in all instances. If Tidy would
    run, it probably would have picked up that typo.

    Looks as though the MouseOver/Out code just won't "parse" using available
    HTML checkers.
    W3C still fails with only one error - "Not 4,0 transitional"
    and
    Line 25, column 36: there is no attribute "NAME"
    I'm sure if I delete that code, the "fall out" error will move to the
    next instance of the MouseOver code, and call the same error.

    And, Tidy still won't run. I think it just craps out when it comes
    across the Mouse code.

    Looks as though I'll just have to "gut it out" and learn scripting, or...
    drop the Mouse code altogether. I can only assume MouseOver/Out is obsolete
    in 4.0 Transitional.

    Thanks Jedi,
    Al Camp
    Al Camp, Aug 6, 2005
    #3
  4. Al Camp

    SpaceGirl Guest

    Al Camp wrote:
    > "Jedi Fans" <"news[at]jedifans[-=dot=-]com"> wrote in message
    > news:42f4cdf7$0$18639$...
    >
    >>Al Camp wrote:
    >>
    >>> I added the following OnMouseOver/Out code... (got it from Googling
    >>>this NG)
    >>> <A HREF="index.html"
    >>>onMouseOver="document.homepage.src='img/btn_homegrn.gif'"
    >>>onMouseOut="document.homepage.src='img/btn_home.gif'">
    >>> <IMG SRC="img/btn_home.gif" name="homepage" ALT = "0" BORDER="0"
    >>>height= "47" WIDTH="131"</A>

    >>
    >>closing > to img

    >
    >
    >
    > Jedi,
    > Once again... thanks. I corrected the > in all instances. If Tidy would
    > run, it probably would have picked up that typo.
    >
    > Looks as though the MouseOver/Out code just won't "parse" using available
    > HTML checkers.
    > W3C still fails with only one error - "Not 4,0 transitional"
    > and
    > Line 25, column 36: there is no attribute "NAME"
    > I'm sure if I delete that code, the "fall out" error will move to the
    > next instance of the MouseOver code, and call the same error.
    >
    > And, Tidy still won't run. I think it just craps out when it comes
    > across the Mouse code.
    >
    > Looks as though I'll just have to "gut it out" and learn scripting, or...
    > drop the Mouse code altogether. I can only assume MouseOver/Out is obsolete
    > in 4.0 Transitional.
    >
    > Thanks Jedi,
    > Al Camp
    >
    >


    Personally, I'd also move the mouse events to the image rather than the
    href -

    <a href=""><img onmouseover="" onmouseout="" /></a>

    Also, for ease of reading your own source back, dump HTML4 trans and
    code in XHTML trans! It's much cleaner.

    --


    x theSpaceGirl (miranda)

    # lead designer @ http://www.dhnewmedia.com #
    # remove NO SPAM to email, or use form on website #
    # this post (c) Miranda Thomas 2005
    # explicitly no permission given to Forum4Designers
    # to duplicate this post.
    SpaceGirl, Aug 6, 2005
    #4
  5. SpaceGirl wrote:
    > Also, for ease of reading your own source back, dump HTML4 trans and
    > code in XHTML trans! It's much cleaner.


    Better yet, dump "trans" (Transitional) and code in "Strict".

    Probably HTML 4.01 Strict...

    http://www.w3.org/QA/2002/04/valid-dtd-list.html

    <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01//EN"
    "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/strict.dtd">

    --
    -bts
    -This space intentionally left blank.
    Beauregard T. Shagnasty, Aug 6, 2005
    #5
  6. Al Camp

    Al Camp Guest

    "SpaceGirl" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > Al Camp wrote:
    >> "Jedi Fans" <"news[at]jedifans[-=dot=-]com"> wrote in message
    >> news:42f4cdf7$0$18639$...
    >>
    >>>Al Camp wrote:
    >>>
    >>>> I added the following OnMouseOver/Out code... (got it from Googling
    >>>> this NG)
    >>>> <A HREF="index.html"
    >>>> onMouseOver="document.homepage.src='img/btn_homegrn.gif'"
    >>>> onMouseOut="document.homepage.src='img/btn_home.gif'">
    >>>> <IMG SRC="img/btn_home.gif" name="homepage" ALT = "0" BORDER="0"
    >>>> height= "47" WIDTH="131"</A>
    >>>
    >>>closing > to img

    >>
    >>
    >>
    >> Jedi,
    >> Once again... thanks. I corrected the > in all instances. If Tidy
    >> would run, it probably would have picked up that typo.
    >>
    >> Looks as though the MouseOver/Out code just won't "parse" using
    >> available HTML checkers.
    >> W3C still fails with only one error - "Not 4,0 transitional"
    >> and
    >> Line 25, column 36: there is no attribute "NAME"
    >> I'm sure if I delete that code, the "fall out" error will move to the
    >> next instance of the MouseOver code, and call the same error.
    >>
    >> And, Tidy still won't run. I think it just craps out when it comes
    >> across the Mouse code.
    >>
    >> Looks as though I'll just have to "gut it out" and learn scripting,
    >> or... drop the Mouse code altogether. I can only assume MouseOver/Out is
    >> obsolete in 4.0 Transitional.
    >>
    >> Thanks Jedi,
    >> Al Camp

    >
    > Personally, I'd also move the mouse events to the image rather than the
    > href -
    >
    > <a href=""><img onmouseover="" onmouseout="" /></a>
    >
    > Also, for ease of reading your own source back, dump HTML4 trans and code
    > in XHTML trans! It's much cleaner.
    >
    > --
    >
    >
    > x theSpaceGirl (miranda)
    >
    > # lead designer @ http://www.dhnewmedia.com #
    > # remove NO SPAM to email, or use form on website #
    > # this post (c) Miranda Thomas 2005
    > # explicitly no permission given to Forum4Designers
    > # to duplicate this post.


    Thanks Space Girl... I'll try that out.
    Al Camp
    Al Camp, Aug 6, 2005
    #6
  7. Al Camp

    Al Camp Guest

    "Beauregard T. Shagnasty" <> wrote in message
    news:2r7Je.2343$...
    > SpaceGirl wrote:
    >> Also, for ease of reading your own source back, dump HTML4 trans and code
    >> in XHTML trans! It's much cleaner.

    >
    > Better yet, dump "trans" (Transitional) and code in "Strict".
    >
    > Probably HTML 4.01 Strict...
    >
    > http://www.w3.org/QA/2002/04/valid-dtd-list.html
    >
    > <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01//EN"
    > "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/strict.dtd">
    >
    > --
    > -bts
    > -This space intentionally left blank.


    Thanks again Beauregard. Will do...
    Al Camp
    Al Camp, Aug 6, 2005
    #7
  8. Al Camp

    Els Guest

    SpaceGirl wrote:

    > Also, for ease of reading your own source back, dump HTML4 trans and
    > code in XHTML trans! It's much cleaner.


    Really?
    I've seen XHTML transitional code that was a /lot/ messier than my
    HTML4 strict (which I could have given a trans doctype of course) ;-)

    --
    Els http://locusmeus.com/
    Sonhos vem. Sonhos vão. O resto é imperfeito.
    - Renato Russo -
    Now playing: Smokie - Norwegian Girl
    Els, Aug 6, 2005
    #8
  9. Al Camp

    SpaceGirl Guest

    Beauregard T. Shagnasty wrote:
    > SpaceGirl wrote:
    >
    >> Also, for ease of reading your own source back, dump HTML4 trans and
    >> code in XHTML trans! It's much cleaner.

    >
    >
    > Better yet, dump "trans" (Transitional) and code in "Strict".
    >
    > Probably HTML 4.01 Strict...
    >
    > http://www.w3.org/QA/2002/04/valid-dtd-list.html
    >
    > <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01//EN"
    > "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/strict.dtd">
    >


    I dont like strict HTML 4... it has some odd things about it. But it's a
    personal thing I suppose! XHTML is just easier to read and code I find!

    --


    x theSpaceGirl (miranda)

    # lead designer @ http://www.dhnewmedia.com #
    # remove NO SPAM to email, or use form on website #
    # this post (c) Miranda Thomas 2005
    # explicitly no permission given to Forum4Designers
    # to duplicate this post.
    SpaceGirl, Aug 6, 2005
    #9
  10. Al Camp

    SpaceGirl Guest

    Els wrote:
    > SpaceGirl wrote:
    >
    >
    >>Also, for ease of reading your own source back, dump HTML4 trans and
    >>code in XHTML trans! It's much cleaner.

    >
    >
    > Really?
    > I've seen XHTML transitional code that was a /lot/ messier than my
    > HTML4 strict (which I could have given a trans doctype of course) ;-)
    >


    Maybe I'm just really good!

    *looks puzzled*

    No that can't be it :|

    --


    x theSpaceGirl (miranda)

    # lead designer @ http://www.dhnewmedia.com #
    # remove NO SPAM to email, or use form on website #
    # this post (c) Miranda Thomas 2005
    # explicitly no permission given to Forum4Designers
    # to duplicate this post.
    SpaceGirl, Aug 6, 2005
    #10
  11. Al Camp

    Andy Dingley Guest

    On Sat, 6 Aug 2005 10:19:34 -0400, "Al Camp" <> wrote:

    > My editor (HTML-Kit V292)


    You are using a text-only code editor, not a WYSIWYG (DreamWeaver or
    FrontPage). Now this is a good thing (and certainly favoured by local
    prejudices) but it does have a slightly steeper initial learning curve.

    In particular, don't add things to your code without first finding out
    what they're for.

    > puts this entry on every page...
    ><!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN">


    This is a "doctype" Search back in this newsgroup for why they're a
    good thing.

    Really you should use this one (later version)
    <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN"
    "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd">

    or even this one (which is "Strict")
    <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01//EN"
    "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/strict.dtd">


    Strict isn't much better and you might find the Transitional one useful
    in practice, but it's a good teaching guide to just use the more
    restrictive one to begin with.


    > And W3C suggested adding this line...
    ><META HTTP-EQUIV="Content-Type" CONTENT="text/html; charset=ISO-8859-1">


    Funny - I'd have expected the W3C to be too busy to take a personal
    interest in individual sites. Did you get a personalised carrier
    pigeon from Dave Raggett or something ?

    I'd avoid using this meta element. It barely works at all, you
    probably don't need it, and if you do really need it, then you should
    use the HTTP headers as the right way to achieve the same result.



    > I built my web site, and all my code passed Tidy HTML and W3C.


    A good start. Validation is generally agreed to be A Good Thing.

    > I added the following OnMouseOver/Out code... (got it from Googling this
    >NG)
    > <A HREF="index.html"
    >onMouseOver="document.homepage.src='img/btn_homegrn.gif'"
    >onMouseOut="document.homepage.src='img/btn_home.gif'">
    > <IMG SRC="img/btn_home.gif" name="homepage" ALT = "0" BORDER="0" height=
    >"47" WIDTH="131"</A>


    You have a missing closing ">" at the end of the <img> tag

    However this won't break Tidy on its own - there's presumably something
    wrong with the rest of the page.

    > Now Tidy won't work at all. It comes up blank even if I put in a gross
    >error, and W3C indicates that I'm not compatible any longer.


    It gives you an error message too. This may help to solve the problem
    (although they're admittedly cryptic and often hard to understand (the
    real problem is usually some distance before where it becomes obvious).


    > I gather I may need a script, but isn't there any HTML method to
    >accomplish the OnMouseOver/Out?


    This is better done these days by using CSS and background-image with
    a:hover (Search this newsgroup)

    Your code should basically work, although it's hardly ideal coding. If
    it's giving problems, try using both images in turn in the <img> element
    - chances are that it can't find one.

    ALT = "0" is a bad choice too. Use something sensible, or else an
    empty string, but never "0" or "logo" or (even worse) "irrelevant
    spacer image".


    Some general advice:

    - When posting problems to this newsgroup, post a URL to the code.
    We're good, but we're not psychic ! Don't post fragments - give us a
    URL to the same entire page and server context that you're seeing.

    - Switch to CSS for controlling presentation, rather than obsolete
    attributes like border. With a good CSS book (like Lie & Bos) you'll
    learn this more easily than old-style HTML.

    - Use lower case for your HTML tags and attributes. Easier to read, and
    compatible with XHTML in the future.

    - Get an editor you're happy with. Lots to choose from, no need to be
    stuck with one.

    - Use Firefox as a browser and the Tidy validator plugin. Tidy isn't a
    great validator, but it's useful to have it so close at hand.
    Andy Dingley, Aug 6, 2005
    #11
  12. Al Camp

    Els Guest

    SpaceGirl wrote:

    > Els wrote:
    >> SpaceGirl wrote:
    >>
    >>>Also, for ease of reading your own source back, dump HTML4 trans and
    >>>code in XHTML trans! It's much cleaner.

    >>
    >> Really?
    >> I've seen XHTML transitional code that was a /lot/ messier than my
    >> HTML4 strict (which I could have given a trans doctype of course) ;-)
    >>

    >
    > Maybe I'm just really good!


    Hmm... wasn't talking about /your/ code really... :p

    > *looks puzzled*
    >
    > No that can't be it :|


    :)

    --
    Els http://locusmeus.com/
    Sonhos vem. Sonhos vão. O resto é imperfeito.
    - Renato Russo -
    Now playing: Hawkwind - Silver Machine
    Els, Aug 6, 2005
    #12
  13. SpaceGirl wrote:
    > Beauregard T. Shagnasty wrote:
    >
    >> SpaceGirl wrote:
    >>
    >>> Also, for ease of reading your own source back, dump HTML4 trans and
    >>> code in XHTML trans! It's much cleaner.

    >>
    >> Better yet, dump "trans" (Transitional) and code in "Strict".
    >>
    >> Probably HTML 4.01 Strict...
    >>
    >> http://www.w3.org/QA/2002/04/valid-dtd-list.html
    >>
    >> <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01//EN"
    >> "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/strict.dtd">

    >
    > I dont like strict HTML 4... it has some odd things about it. But it's a
    > personal thing I suppose! XHTML is just easier to read and code I find!


    So ... you don't like Strict, either HTML *or* XHTML. You'd rather use
    Transitional, which is for legacy pages with old-style code, eh?

    XHTML and HTML aren't much different if both are Strict. Or
    Transitional. (Yeah, I know all about the /> stuff and all lower case
    in XHTML...) ;-)

    Don't confuse apples (Strict/Transitional) and oranges (HTML/XHTML)...

    Al, new pages should be Strict. <g>

    --
    -bts
    -This space intentionally left blank.
    Beauregard T. Shagnasty, Aug 6, 2005
    #13
  14. Al Camp

    Adrienne Guest

    Gazing into my crystal ball I observed Andy Dingley
    <> writing in
    news::

    > I'd avoid using this meta element. It barely works at all, you
    > probably don't need it, and if you do really need it, then you should
    > use the HTTP headers as the right way to achieve the same result.
    >
    >


    The validator needs the meta element if the server is not sending it out.
    This is particularly true if the user is trying to validate a local
    document, if the they are uploading the source or using Opera to validate.

    --
    Adrienne Boswell
    http://www.cavalcade-of-coding.info
    Please respond to the group so others can share
    Adrienne, Aug 7, 2005
    #14
  15. Al Camp

    Andy Dingley Guest

    On Sun, 07 Aug 2005 06:42:16 GMT, Adrienne <>
    wrote:

    >The validator needs the meta element if the server is not sending it out.


    It needs _some_ indication of what the encoding is. This doesn't have to
    be the embedded <meta>

    If you're on a server, do it right (send the header). If you're on
    Apache, then this is easy. If you're not on Apache, then move.

    Now assuming that the OP is using the "upload and validate" route rather
    than "validate from the server", then they still have the option of
    selecting this manually on the validator page.

    For a local document, served from the filesystem, then there could be
    some point to it - but at this level (we're looking for closing > here,
    not subtle encoding problems) then the validator will usually have some
    sensible defaulting mechanism.
    Andy Dingley, Aug 7, 2005
    #15
  16. Al Camp

    Al Camp Guest

    Andy,
    Thanks for the tips. I am using HTML-Kit to develop my pages, and I just
    "gutted" it out. It took about a week or so to code everything up. I did
    just a bit of HTML 3.0 some years ago.
    Right now, the site is up and running, everything works fine, so I'm a
    bit hesitant to mess with anything right now. I pass Tidy and W3C 4.0
    Trans, but may try the 4.01 you suggested today.
    I dropped the OnMouseOver for now... I have a new HTML book on it's way,
    so I'll wait to see what it says regarding that.

    >> And W3C suggested adding this line...
    >><META HTTP-EQUIV="Content-Type" CONTENT="text/html; charset=ISO-8859-1">

    I got errors on W3C... followed their written instructions... added that
    statement... and the error went away Again, everything runs with IE and
    Firefox, so I won't kick a sleeping dog on that matter either.

    Thanks for the help,
    Al Camp

    "Andy Dingley" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > On Sat, 6 Aug 2005 10:19:34 -0400, "Al Camp" <> wrote:
    >
    >> My editor (HTML-Kit V292)

    >
    > You are using a text-only code editor, not a WYSIWYG (DreamWeaver or
    > FrontPage). Now this is a good thing (and certainly favoured by local
    > prejudices) but it does have a slightly steeper initial learning curve.
    >
    > In particular, don't add things to your code without first finding out
    > what they're for.
    >
    >> puts this entry on every page...
    >><!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.0 Transitional//EN">

    >
    > This is a "doctype" Search back in this newsgroup for why they're a
    > good thing.
    >
    > Really you should use this one (later version)
    > <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN"
    > "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/loose.dtd">
    >
    > or even this one (which is "Strict")
    > <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01//EN"
    > "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/strict.dtd">
    >
    >
    > Strict isn't much better and you might find the Transitional one useful
    > in practice, but it's a good teaching guide to just use the more
    > restrictive one to begin with.
    >
    >
    >> And W3C suggested adding this line...
    >><META HTTP-EQUIV="Content-Type" CONTENT="text/html; charset=ISO-8859-1">

    >
    > Funny - I'd have expected the W3C to be too busy to take a personal
    > interest in individual sites. Did you get a personalised carrier
    > pigeon from Dave Raggett or something ?
    >
    > I'd avoid using this meta element. It barely works at all, you
    > probably don't need it, and if you do really need it, then you should
    > use the HTTP headers as the right way to achieve the same result.
    >
    >
    >
    >> I built my web site, and all my code passed Tidy HTML and W3C.

    >
    > A good start. Validation is generally agreed to be A Good Thing.
    >
    >> I added the following OnMouseOver/Out code... (got it from Googling
    >> this
    >>NG)
    >> <A HREF="index.html"
    >>onMouseOver="document.homepage.src='img/btn_homegrn.gif'"
    >>onMouseOut="document.homepage.src='img/btn_home.gif'">
    >> <IMG SRC="img/btn_home.gif" name="homepage" ALT = "0" BORDER="0"
    >> height=
    >>"47" WIDTH="131"</A>

    >
    > You have a missing closing ">" at the end of the <img> tag
    >
    > However this won't break Tidy on its own - there's presumably something
    > wrong with the rest of the page.
    >
    >> Now Tidy won't work at all. It comes up blank even if I put in a gross
    >>error, and W3C indicates that I'm not compatible any longer.

    >
    > It gives you an error message too. This may help to solve the problem
    > (although they're admittedly cryptic and often hard to understand (the
    > real problem is usually some distance before where it becomes obvious).
    >
    >
    >> I gather I may need a script, but isn't there any HTML method to
    >>accomplish the OnMouseOver/Out?

    >
    > This is better done these days by using CSS and background-image with
    > a:hover (Search this newsgroup)
    >
    > Your code should basically work, although it's hardly ideal coding. If
    > it's giving problems, try using both images in turn in the <img> element
    > - chances are that it can't find one.
    >
    > ALT = "0" is a bad choice too. Use something sensible, or else an
    > empty string, but never "0" or "logo" or (even worse) "irrelevant
    > spacer image".
    >
    >
    > Some general advice:
    >
    > - When posting problems to this newsgroup, post a URL to the code.
    > We're good, but we're not psychic ! Don't post fragments - give us a
    > URL to the same entire page and server context that you're seeing.
    >
    > - Switch to CSS for controlling presentation, rather than obsolete
    > attributes like border. With a good CSS book (like Lie & Bos) you'll
    > learn this more easily than old-style HTML.
    >
    > - Use lower case for your HTML tags and attributes. Easier to read, and
    > compatible with XHTML in the future.
    >
    > - Get an editor you're happy with. Lots to choose from, no need to be
    > stuck with one.
    >
    > - Use Firefox as a browser and the Tidy validator plugin. Tidy isn't a
    > great validator, but it's useful to have it so close at hand.
    >
    >
    Al Camp, Aug 7, 2005
    #16
    1. Advertising

Want to reply to this thread or ask your own question?

It takes just 2 minutes to sign up (and it's free!). Just click the sign up button to choose a username and then you can ask your own questions on the forum.
Similar Threads
  1. Guest
    Replies:
    4
    Views:
    880
    Eliyahu Goldin
    Jan 4, 2005
  2. Jeroni Paul

    onmouseover/out: bug in IE6 ?

    Jeroni Paul, Sep 9, 2003, in forum: Javascript
    Replies:
    0
    Views:
    92
    Jeroni Paul
    Sep 9, 2003
  3. Replies:
    1
    Views:
    120
  4. Replies:
    2
    Views:
    101
  5. Replies:
    0
    Views:
    128
Loading...

Share This Page