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Fade rollover effect with javascript


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I saw this nice and subtle javascript effect on http://dragoninteractive.com/.
Searching for a free slolution this is the best I came with: http://www.javascript-fx.com/fade_ro...help/help.html

I tried to replicate this effect on my site http://andreimg.110mb.com/, but the problem is that it only works on IE and Firefox.
Opera shows just a standard rollover effect, while Safari switches to the rollover image on mouse over and just stays that way.
Anyone know of a better alternative?

PS: My knowledge of javascript is as basic as it can get.
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It looks to me like they did created that effect in CSS. Since the navigation bars are not made of images, its not very likely that it will be a 'standard rollover.'

Check out their source code and their css and you'll see what i mean.
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