lso look at Interactive Buttons where you can also use your own images for the buttons
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"Ronx" < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > wrote in message news: XXXX@XXXXX.COM ...
| Read through the FrontPage help on Behaviours, particularly the Swap
| Image behaviour.
| browser and view source.
| Ron Symonds
| Microsoft MVP (FrontPage)
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| "rush614" < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > wrote in message
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| > Thanks, Ronx,
| > I will probably go the custom route. I really want to have different
| > icons
| > on the left of my menu items, which rules out linkbars altogether.
| > My only
| > page
| > size. On the other hand, I probably do not see all the JavaSript
| > that FP2003
| > generates to handle linkbars.
| > Could you please suggest a good tutorial (for a beginner) on
| > would handle icon swapping?
| > Many thanks,
| > rush614
| > "Ronx" wrote:
| >> Thinking out of the box, customise the buttons in the theme -
| >> change
| >> the buttons in an image editor so that they include the appropriate
| >> icon. Customise the theme to use the new buttons, save the theme
| >> with
| >> a new name and apply the new theme to all pages. Set the button
| >> text
| >> to align to the right.
| >> The only alternative to this (apart from solutions already
| >> mentioned
| >> and discarded) is to code the link bars yourself - copy the
| >> FrontPage
| >> buttons from _derived folders to desktop (use Windows Explorer
| >> since
| >> _derived is hidden in FrontPage), , or make the page buttons
| >> yourself,
| >> then File->Import into another folder in FP. Then write
| >> appropriate
| >> Page button, unless you place the link bar on each page
| >> individually.
| >> --
| >> Ron Symonds
| >> Microsoft MVP (FrontPage)
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| >> "rush614" < XXXX@XXXXX.COM > wrote in message
| >> news: XXXX@XXXXX.COM ...
| >> > Thanks, Ronx,
| >> >
| >> > I thought of that. However, it is my understanding that with this
| >> > solution
| >> > the icons in the neighboring column will remain static,
| >> > regardless
| >> > of "hover"
| >> > and "click" behaviour that will be going on in the linkbar, being
| >> > disconnected from the Active Graphics effcts in the link bar.
| >> > Also,
| >> > the icons