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    Rollover Image Activation upon Rollover of another ApDiv Layer?

    This may seem like a simple question, but I just can't figure it out. I'm using dreamweaver and am attempting to have a rollover image activate upon the mouseover of another div layer, if this is possible.

    Here is the site I'm working on:
    http://www.blindsightpictures.com/test.html

    As you can see, when you rollover the little circles below the soon-to-be links (about, bios, etc) it changes color (red and blue).

    I will be creating a layer that will link to the select pages, in which I will overlay on top of the text (about, bios, etc). But I want this layer to activate the rollover buttons in the same way as it does when you hover over the buttons.

    Simple right? Please help! lol

    Thanks in advance!

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    Hello KrenzyRyan,
    Here's a photo presentation that uses a "disjointed rollover" technique that you should be able to adapt to your site pretty easily - http://nopeople.com/CSS/disjointed_r...bum/index.html

    You still have to click the button to make the rollover stay though....
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    Thanks Excavator, that is just what I was looking for. I will try integrating the code, and post up how it goes. Thanks!!


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