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anagr88
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Hi
The problem I have is that I want to hide the information that a link shows when hovering on it , at the bottom part of a web page.
Instead I would like this part to show a fixed message, the same for all the different links.
Is there a way to do it?

Here is a link with an image to show what I want to do exactly.

http://cv.uoc.edu/~agassent/web/imagenes/hide.gif
Thank you.

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Not with CSS no, you need

Not with CSS no, you need Javascript.

Why do you want to do this?

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anagr88
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Oh, I thought it could be

Oh, I thought it could be done with CSS.

I want to hide the links because what you see on the map is a kind of game and every links leads to a different secret number. If my students can see the secret number, it is no longer secret!

By the way, what is the name of this part of the screen? It's not the footer, is it?

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Status bar. You can hide

Status bar.

You can hide the status bar in IE in the View menu at the top.

You might want to launch the game into a popup window and you can use javascript to hide elements of the window (as far as I'm aware).

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Ah! that was easy, thank you

Ah! that was easy, thank you so much!