[Pro] TEXT ROLLOVER - COMPLEX!!

Hi All,

I want to use the ‘text rollover action’ for my Nav Bar on the new site I am building to replace the current graphical items in situ.

www.cmlcampaigns.co.uk/laserline/index.html

As you can see, currently the nav bar is built using Graphic items and Slave rollovers! works fine.

However, I now want to make the text on the Nav buttons ‘HTML’ text that is centrally aligned both X,Y on all buttons. I can achieve this via the ‘text rollover’ action, but I also need to trigger not only the button - the Graphic item the HTML is placed on ‘Cell background image’???

But also the reflection for that corresponding button at the same time. I can’t seem to get my head around this one at the moment, any ideas please??? Or alternative solutions are very welcomed.

In short:

On rollover of ‘Home’ html tab.

Both red light lights up on ’ home’ Graphic item and ref is triggered - currently these are 2 individual graphic items.

Maybe I could combine these 2 Graphical elements into one item but with 2 states:

link state: light off, ref 10% transparency

Hoover state: light on, ref 30% transparency

Therefore, once the ‘Home tab’ html is rolled over, using both the ‘text rollover action’ and slave image action, it will give me the desired effect with HTML! I hope!

Gonna try this out now, but if you have any advice or see any flaws in my methods please advice if at all possible.

Worm


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It has just occurred to me that you can’t apply/add text within a Graphic item.

Would it be possible to just place a html item/text rollover on top of the DIV and apply the appropiate slave to it?

Thus, once html is rolled over the slave group triggers the ‘pressed look’, giving the impression the text is part of that button!

Worm


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Worm,

I’m building a site right now using CSS for my rollovers. Here’s a link to Water’s detailed instructions

http://scripty.walterdavisstudio.com/sprite/

Hope you find this is helpful, cheers, Marcel


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