Big John wrote:
>--- Miriam Frost [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
>>( here is the test page: http://www.hellonheels.net/hoh-index.html
>>and here is the css: http://www.hellonheels.net/pages/hoh.css )
>>but this is where it gets wierd: rollovers "flash" as empty space in
>>Mozilla, a (very annoying) split second of nothing inbetween hover and
>>non-hover states. This doesn't happen in Netscape 7, Opera 7, or IE6 (PC).
>>It also doesn't happen in Mac browsers. In Mozilla I can see this flash on
>>but not here:
>>which as far as I can tell is the same method. Whaa?
>So naturally, when you do hover, it takes a moment to aquire
>the files. Try clearing your cache, and watch for 'loading
>when hovering. Once Moz has 'educated' the page, it works fine.
Precashing your images with CSS usually fixes this.
Ie you make sure to load the images that should appear on :hover on
initial download, eg at the end of the page, and use CSS to hide them
(using positioning, diplay, visibiliy or whatever you prefer).
Software never has bugs. It just develops random features. =)