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    Full Member dak142's Avatar
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    I am trying to find in the Dreamweaver help section how to create a "mouse over". I want to highlight the link that the mnouse is currently over. I guess I am not asking Dreamweaver the right question. Does anyone here know how to do this?

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    I think you will find it is an extension, go to the product page at macromedia and you will find the extensions for dreamweaver just download them
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    >I want to highlight the link that the mnouse is currently over.

    If you want to highlight the link, use CSS.

    Here is an example that highlights the links in yellow when moused over:

    A:link {color: #0000FF; text-decoration:underline}
    A:visited {color: #0000FF; text-decoration:underline}
    A:hover {
    color:#0000FF;
    text-decoration: underline;
    background : Yellow;

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    insert > interactive image

    or search for swap image in the dreamweaver help file

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    Put this CSS code

    <style type="text/css">
    A:hover{color:#000000; background:#FFFF99;}
    </style>

    within the <head> </head> tags, then change the HEX color codes to your desire. It will affect all links on the pages this code is present. If you want some of them to be changed, then you'll need to use CSS class name.

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    CSS is probably the cleanest way to do it, and will add less "fat" to the page.

    Fred

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