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Creating a rollover image in iWeb


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Hey, does anyone know if it's possible to make a rollover image in iweb? if so, how done? Thanks.
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G'day Findus & welcome to Mac-Forums.

I only know how to do this for a text, sorry. Just in case it comes in useful for you anyway ..... I'll post it:

On the webpage, create a text box, add the text then select the text box - not the text - and go to the Link Inspector and add the external url address and tick the box 'Enable as a Hyperlink'.

You should have a link with no underline where your cursor changes to the pointing hand when placed over the link.
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iWeb does NOT currently allow you to do any sort of rollover effect on anything but text.

However, these sites have some suggestions on how to possibly get around that:

http://web.mac.com/makentosh/iWeb/ti...51728F54B.html

http://www.rowan-cottage.co.uk/Site/CSS_in_iWeb.html

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