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dorobo
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here's the link to show you what i'm talking about
http//gabrielledtm.com/index11.html

I'd like to create a rollover on the lower blue rectangle so that the text appears white as on the pic...any ideas?

The way I used to do it was to put a layer over, but there's must be some other way around, like maybe, firing my graphic designer for not creating designs that are more "web/html/css" compliant *ahem*cough* Wink

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Rollovers on big images

I would absolute position a div over the image.
Like so
div.blubox {position: absolute;
z-index: 20;
left: 20px;
top: 400px; }

Be sure to relative position the image in div

-bMs-
http//www.blakems.com !important;

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Rollovers on big images

I like the layer idea, personally, but failing that, you could always slice the image into horizontal sections, and use normal rollover techniques for the slice containing the blue rectangle.