Actually you can view the code at www.oacr.ufl.edu. They want me
to add another button on the menu and when I do that, it messes up
the code in the button right below whereever I place the button.
On Fri Aug 17 16:17:50 EDT 2007, Michael LeGrande
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> I would have to see the code to help.
> Michael LeGrande
> IT Support
> Department of Psychology
> Mutlu, Berna wrote:
>> I work as a graphic designer at the OACR in the Provost's
>> Office. I am having problems with fixing an already existing
>> am not familiar with the code. I studied the code to make sense
>> out of it, but it is too dense for me. I tried to change
>> somethings, only to find out that one of my rollover button set
>> ended up off and far away from the menu else where. I was
>> wondering if I should just switch the whole thing to CSS, in
>> which case, I would have to learn how to make rolloever buttons
>> in CSS, or if I should spend more time on this code. If any of
>> please email me?
>> Berna Mutlu
PO Box 117048
University of Florida
Gainesville, FL 32608
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