I'm having an issue with making rollovers show up without the need for me (and all WinXP Service Pack 2 users) to have to click "allow ActiveX on this page" and then let it reload...just in order to see my rollovers.

Its staying on the first evolution of the rollover (the unlit version) and the second evolution just doesnt happen, because I think it has a problem with...

<a href="#" onMouseOut="MM_swapImgRestore()" onMouseOver="MM_swapImage('menu_1','','menu_2_2.jpg',1)">

now, I DID search on the boards to find if anyone had any rollover problems, and I see someone recommend a slightly different code than what I'm using... perhaps if I used THIS code IE may not have a problem with it?

<a href="link" onMouseOver="document.image.src='on.gif'" onMouseOut="document.image.src='off.gif'">
  <img src="off.gif" name="image">

let me try...

In the mean time, someone post a remedy to this (and ill edit the post with the results of the code switch)


[edit]: well, to no avail.... I tried the different code, but it had the same thing--it was like a generic image, no rollover effect (unless I activated ActiveX) ...sweet

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That just isn't as cool though. The only reason I use CSS is for the text and so I don't have to make those irritating tables. I am trying to figure this out too though. If you go to web sites like http://www.adultswim.com or http://www.rockstargames.com they have the load of stuff that should be blocked but I can't figure out how they are doing it yet. I think I'll search the internet and if I can't find anything I might sift through their code.

well do it in flash then...

Yep I just found out there was a hotfix for Flash so it wouldn't be blocked. All is good again.

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