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Topic review - rollover buttons
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You are welcome.

Best regards,
Vesselin
Post Posted: Tue Aug 31, 2010 9:53 pm
  Post subject:  Rollover Buttons - Solution  Reply with quote
Thank you for the most prompt response.

And thank you for the solution.

Jayson :D
Post Posted: Tue Aug 31, 2010 9:08 pm
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Hi Jayson,
Your original page has a number of button images like button1CE.jpg, button1CD.jpg, button1CF.jpg etc.

When the page is being converted Table2CSS is able to detect only images used directly in the HTML and CSS but not the ones used in the JavaScript code. That is why it doesn't copy all the rollover images to the destination directory and thus the rollover images don't work.

The solution is simple - just copy all the button1??.jpg images from the source directory into the destination directory where the converted page resides. This will fix the rollover issue.

Best regards,
Vesselin
Post Posted: Tue Aug 31, 2010 8:06 pm
  Post subject:  Rollover Buttons - Failure  Reply with quote
After conversion the Rollover Buttons no longer function properly.
The following active website uses the BEFORE conversion code:
www.columbiariverfrontrvpark.com

The following test website user the AFTER conversion code:
www.crrvp.net

Would appreciate any thoughts.

Jayson
Post Posted: Tue Aug 31, 2010 7:31 pm
  Post subject:  Re: rollover buttons  Reply with quote
johnt wrote:
I just purchased the software (table2css converter) and noticed that as I converted my table-based web page to CSS my image-based rollover javascript link effects didn't work when I rolled over the links.

I'm guessing that it's probably better to create CSS rollover links instead?


Hello John,
I just sent you an email regarding the rollover graphics. If possible send me the original page - the one before conversion. I would like to take a look at these rollover buttons. Generally speaking Table2CSS should be able to and does handle rollover images correctly. That is why I would like to take a look at the original page and see what is going wrong.

Best regards,
Vesselin Atanasov
Post Posted: Wed Apr 29, 2009 7:25 am
  Post subject:  rollover buttons  Reply with quote
I just purchased the software (table2css converter) and noticed that as I converted my table-based web page to CSS my image-based rollover javascript link effects didn't work when I rolled over the links.

I'm guessing that it's probably better to create CSS rollover links instead?
Post Posted: Wed Apr 29, 2009 3:29 am

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