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One-Image "Rollovers?"

Sent by Christian Montoya on 31 March 2006 19:07

On 3/31/06, Paul Novitski [EMAIL-REMOVED]> wrote:
> At 07:58 AM 3/31/2006, Mark D Hiatt wrote:
> >I have a link with an image to click on to send you to another page. I
> >know how to create a rollover image and have that thrown up in CSS so that
> >it looks like the black and white image lights up when you hover over it.
> >Kewl.
> >
> >But I was thinking about this a little deeper and wondering if using a
> >single image might not be better?
> Wow, talk about serendipity.  (Christian, did you slip him a shilling
> to be your shill?)

That seems to be a gambling term. I think I get the gist of it. You'll
have to go easier on me though, I'm too young for these sayings.

Anyway, to comment on degradation and accessibility, here's what I've seen:

- Text with a background image: always great.

- A background image with the text completely hidden: when images are
off, you see nothing. example:

- An inline image that degrades to alt text: so far, when the image
degrades to text, the text is there, but obscured, jumping on hover,
and hidden when the text is made larger when the technique is applied
to the anchor. examples: the links I gave before

So is javascript the most accessible technique for image link
rollovers? So far, it seems that way. :(

Christian Montoya ... ...
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