many thanks for your answers to my previous question about nested tables.
Your support is a great resource!
I have almost completed re-writing my web site in order to comply with W3C standard, and I am very pleased.
I'm using GoLive 6.1 with Mac G4.
Now I have another question, this one about mouse rollovers.
My page buttons are made by text (I've avoided to use GIF images).
Obviously my buttons appear as underlined text because they are linked to other site pages. They work fine, but they look static.
Now I have visited the Metropolitan Museum of Modern Art web site and noticed that the buttons are made by text as well, but they work as rollovers, because the image appearance change.
First you see simple text (Normal), then an underlined text when the mouse is on top of it (Over), then again simple text with a frame when you click the mouse on (Down).
They are not GIF images rollovers, because if you change your browser font text dimension you can notice that these mouse rollovers change their dimension accordingly (ex. if you set the browser font dimension at 24pt they will appear that big).
My question is this: how to make mouse rollovers with text only, without using GIF images?
Is it possible?
The GoLive 6.0 user guide doesn't mention this point.
There are two main reasons I want to avid rollovers made by GIF images.
I have noticed that GIF image rollovers may not be compatible with W3C.
Visually, GIF image rollovers don't look "crispy and clear" as simple text buttons.
Edited by Jill, 21 September 2006 - 09:22 PM.