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Chapter 9. Creating and Managing Images > Inserting Rollover Images into a Web ...

Inserting Rollover Images into a Web Page

Rollover images are images that change when you move the mouse pointer over them. Rollover images are made up of two images, a primary image that is displayed when the page loads and a secondary image that is displayed when the mouse pointer moves over the primary image. You can use rollover images to give a live feeling to a page. For example, you can create a rollover effect with the two images shown in Figure 9.4 to show the effect of a touch-me-not plant. Before you can create a rollover image to bring about the effect of the touch-me-not, you must first create the primary and secondary images. In Figure 9.4, the primary image is in a file called open_leaf.jpg, and the secondary image is in a file called close_leaf.jpg.

Figure 9.4. Create a rollover effect for images by using primary and secondary images.



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