QButton is a flexible class that can be customized to serve either as a normal clickable button or as a checkbox. Additionally to these common control types QLIB introduces a web-button and a signal. Button control may have an optinal tooltip. It also sets the status for the page.
QButton is a flexible control that can be customized to serve either as a normal clickable button or as a checkbox. Additionally to these common control types QButton introduces a web-button and a signal. Button control may have an optinal tooltip.
This script will change the appearance of an image to another state. This creates a hover effect for images that can be used for navigation links. Necessary tools: some images with 2 states (e.g. 2 different background colours, text colours for the same image) and a text editor for amending the code for your needs.
A DHTML script that displays a text description of a link beneath it when the mouse hovers over link. You can define more than one location for which this description is shown, allowing for links all over your page to benefit from the functionality.
Move the mouse over the given buttons and you will see 3 state images. But the changes of the image occur gradually. You can make any quantity of buttons in page. This script works with Internet Explorer and Netscape6.
This easy-to-install script allows your links to fade from one colour to another (both of which you specify) when the mouse hovers over any link on the page, and back to the original colour "onmouseout". Works in almost all browsers - Netscape6/Mozilla/IE/Opera (except Netscape4) and doesn't cause error messages in those that it does not work in. It's highly customizable too.