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    how do you create a graphic that only....

    ....appears when you have your mouse over it?

    a good example is here....

    http://www.boc.com/

    the site i am working on currently is a little boring

    http://www.healthcaredesign.net

    and I wanted to spice it up a bit. You guys know any easy way to get this done? Or a keyword I could look up on google?

    thanks in advance.

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    ok

    ok i figured out how to create a "rollover", now my only problem is having 2 different sizes allowed for the 2 diff images in the rollover.

    I want image 2 to be bigger than image 1, is this possible?

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    yes, but be prepared for odd effects.

    try the rollover generator here: http://www.ahfb2000.com/webmastertools.php
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    thanks bro!

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    You can have a rollover with any size images, even if they are different. If you want it to come out good, resize the image/s so that they are the same sizes, but with white borders. Then save it as a gif, and if given the option, turn transparency OFF. Then you will get the images to change smoothly. If you don't want to have a white border, then just give them a different color/design border.

    Hope this solves any problems!



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