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Before I go ahead and implement this I need to confirm that what I want can be done.

The standard image rollover works well, however this time I want to modify it to show the current selected button as the rollover would be until the next menu item is clicked.

IE, lets say I have two buttons

Company
Contact

non active state has the image text in grey, rolled over image text is red.


If I click on 'Company' and get directed to that page can 'Company' remain red until I click on 'Contact' and am taken to that page?
Mar 7 '08 #1
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Before I go ahead and implement this I need to confirm that what I want can be done.

The standard image rollover works well, however this time I want to modify it to show the current selected button as the rollover would be until the next menu item is clicked.
I confirm that can be done. Now you're free to implement it.
Mar 7 '08 #2
hsriat
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Is the same link also there in the second (company) page?
Mar 8 '08 #3

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