Text rollover action

Is there a way of editing the Text Rollover action so that it does not
have an underline for the link?

Nathan Garner
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You can set hyperlink styles for a page by using Page>Appearnce>Links in the Inspector Palette. Chose the color, and check or uncheck the underlined “u” button to turn underlining on or off.

Oh, maybe it’s not a link . . . ??

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That doesn’t work with the text rollover action. I have other liks on
the page which do not have underlines, the the ones in the TR action
still remain.

Nathan Garner
Creative Director

Austin Wells Design Limited
One Elmgate Drive - Littledown - Bournemouth BH7 7EF
t 01202 301271 e email@hidden w http://www.austinwellsdesign.co.uk

Member of NAPP

On 29 Oct 2009, at 17:37, Lee wrote:

You can set hyperlink styles for a page by using
Page>Appearnce>Links in the Inspector Palette. Chose the color, and
check or uncheck the underlined “u” button to turn underlining on or
off.

Oh, maybe it’s not a link . . . ??

Lee


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If this isn’t possible using the Text rollover action, is there a
better way of using text as a rollover to show a hidden layer?

Nathan Garner
Creative Director

Austin Wells Design Limited
One Elmgate Drive - Littledown - Bournemouth BH7 7EF
t 01202 301271 e email@hidden w http://www.austinwellsdesign.co.uk

Member of NAPP

On 30 Oct 2009, at 09:52, Nathan Garner wrote:

That doesn’t work with the text rollover action. I have other liks
on the page which do not have underlines, the the ones in the TR
action still remain.

Nathan Garner
Creative Director

Austin Wells Design Limited
One Elmgate Drive - Littledown - Bournemouth BH7 7EF
t 01202 301271 e email@hidden w http://www.austinwellsdesign.co.uk

Member of NAPP

On 29 Oct 2009, at 17:37, Lee wrote:

You can set hyperlink styles for a page by using
Page>Appearnce>Links in the Inspector Palette. Chose the color, and
check or uncheck the underlined “u” button to turn underlining on
or off.

Oh, maybe it’s not a link . . . ??

Lee


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My very first FW page is at:

http://brendanharkin.com/

Go to the bottom of the page where it says “enter”. That is a rollover, right? Can’t you make the text that you want to rollover a GRAPHIC with another GRAPHIC underneath? For that little bit, leave some room in the block of text and replace it with the appropriate text in a GRAPHIC box and build your rollover that way?

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I can, I just wanted to have the text actual HTML text rather than a
graphic. I do have other graphics doing this in the site, but where
text is a link, I wanted to keep it that way if at all possible.

Regards

Nathan Garner
Creative Director

Austin Wells Design Limited
One Elmgate Drive - Littledown - Bournemouth BH7 7EF
t 01202 301271 e email@hidden w http://www.austinwellsdesign.co.uk

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On 30 Oct 2009, at 13:02, Lee wrote:

My very first FW page is at:

http://brendanharkin.com/

Go to the bottom of the page where it says “enter”. That is a
rollover, right? Can’t you make the text that you want to rollover a
GRAPHIC with another GRAPHIC underneath? For that little bit, leave
some room in the block of text and replace it with the appropriate
text in a GRAPHIC box and build your rollover that way?

Lee


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