Once again, I’ve stumped the masters!
Well, to spur this discussion onward, here is a code snippet from the page I twice linked for everyone previously…
<a href="#" onmouseover="FWRestore(1,'Zinc');FWSRestore(top.frames,'Zinc');FWLSwap('CloseBoxNRM10',1,'CloseBoxROL-144.gif','CloseBoxNRM10','Zinc')" onmouseout="FWRestore(1,'Zinc');FWSRestore(top.frames,'Zinc')" onclick="setTimeout('FWRestore(2,'Zinc');FWSlave(top.frames,'Zinc',10,2);FWLSwap('CloseBoxNRM10',2,'CloseBoxCLK-144.gif','CloseBoxNRM10','Zinc',10)',0)"><img id="CloseBoxNRM10" src="CloseBoxNRM-144.gif" alt="閉じる" title=""></a>
Once again, the example page from which I pulled the above code is found here:
The “CloseBox” is the one on which I am using 3 rollover states, including the CLICK state. And the CLICK version graphic has CLK in its name, as shown in the code above.
But as I said before, that CLICK state never shows. No doubt you visited my web page above and discovered the same, no?
So the question at this point is, why, on an HTML level, is the CLICK state NOT showing? Once we know that, we then know how to fix the problem in Freeway, seeing that the Rollover action is responsible for generating the above code.
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