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  • No! I hate them

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  • No opinion - whatever goes with the flow

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Thread: Mouseovers?

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    What's your opinion on mouseovers? Cheesy? Annoying? Professional? Thought I'd take a poll... seems everyone I know has a different opinion on 'em.
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    Professional when used in moderation but a real pain to implement because of preloading.
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    Depends on how they're done. I almost always like CSS mouseovers (except when they involve bolding of fonts or other changes that alter the layout). Image mouseovers are about 50 - 50. I've seen as many cheesy and annoying mouseovers as professional ones.

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    Professional, i think.
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    I agree w/ filburt and transio, it all depends on how they're done. Done well, they can really spruce up a design, but if they are too big and bulky, they can destroy a design.

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    yes, i love them
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    I think mouse overs are good, but if the are done 'wrong' or 'to much' they just get anoying. Like I can understand on a navigation bar, thats fine, but on every link on the entire page is to much.

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    do you also mean making the text links change when the mouse is placed over them?
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    I think mouse overs on text is ok, as long as I can still read it when my mouse is on it

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    I think they look nice in layouts. I dont know how to make them cause i havn't had enough interest in css or enough strengh to figure it out. Can i request someone to make a tutorial on them and css???
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