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Swapping backgrounds on <a>: what about this solution?
| 11:43 am on Aug 7, 2002 (gmt 0)|
I just came up with this idea:
<p><a href="#" title="click here to find out how to reach us"> </a></p>
Assume the link image is 100 px wide. It works on IE and Mozilla. It has a title attribut. Even users of text only browser should be able to find out what that link does, although it's a .
One could even have a a:visited with a different background-image to make clear that link has already been followed. Same goes for a:active.
I don't like my own idea too much, but... what do you think?
| 11:48 am on Aug 7, 2002 (gmt 0)|
Looks alright. There are a few tutorials dotted around on this subject, though not being gfx gifted I tend to go with plain text rollovers.
Couple of points without testing:
- Text browsers/screen readers don't 'click'. Better to use 'follow this link'
- You could make it slightly more robust by enclosing the a's in a 100px wide div.
Other than that, looks like a nice job and that you're enjoying the whole css trip ;)
| 2:03 pm on Aug 7, 2002 (gmt 0)|
Another really nice effect with CSS: you can nest images or blocks of text and show/hide them on mouseover. Eric Meyer demonstrates the effect [meyerweb.com], which I think is pretty cool.
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