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    onmouseover/onmouseout IE6

    I am trying to use a script that Jim Young posted to this site.

    I am using this on a page with links across top and bottom of page. It works fine in NS6 but only works on the top links in IE6
    www.homefellowshipleaders.com If you want to check it out.

    I have tried to use this script on the links in the about us page and it works fine in NS6 but in IE6 the tooltips are about 2-3 inches above the link. Could this be because the tables are different on the about us page? I have tried moving the div section into the table but that didn't help.

    I am very,very new to this and would appreciate any help to get this to work in IE6.

    Thanks

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    Actually your page doesn't work right in NS 6 either. The problem is quite simple though, you didn't hook the onmouseover and onmouseout events for the links at the bottom of the page so of course they don't show your tips.

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    Actually it does work in NS6. I must have let the links at the bottom unconnected before posting, Sorry. I can connect the links at the bottom with the tip numbers at the top in NS6 but not in IE6. I even tried giving the bottom links new tip numbers and that worked in NS6 but not in IE6.

    Any ideas on how to make it work. I have been trying to read up but I think I am really over my head. It will take me awhile to understand exactly how the script was written and works.

    I am finally feeling okay about HTML. But that seemed easier to learn.


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