4 Replies Latest reply on Aug 28, 2006 12:53 PM by Newsgroup_User

    Rollover Behaviors IE6 SP2

    jackyd
      Has anyone had problems with FW generated rollover images disappearing in IE6 SP2? I have seen this on more than one site and in each case on initial loading moving the mouse over an up state button image does not display the over image although the link is active. More, on clicking all button images disappears leaving a white hole - the odd thing is that the more problematic pop-up menu works perfectly.

      When viewing the same sites in IE6 SP1/Opera/Firefox/Netscape all behaviours are 'normal'

      Any ideas or help gratefully received

      Cheers jackyd
        • 1. Re: Rollover Behaviors IE6 SP2
          spence27
          I am having the same problem I think. Were you able to identify a fix?
          • 2. Re: Rollover Behaviors IE6 SP2
            Level 7
            Restate your symptoms instead of piggy-backing on someone else's post,
            please.

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            "spence27" <webforumsuser@macromedia.com> wrote in message
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            >I am having the same problem I think. Were you able to identify a fix?


            • 3. Re: Rollover Behaviors IE6 SP2
              spence27 Level 1
              I have no issues when I open, run, and navigate my site in firefox, safari, or opera. When I tried in IE for both mac and PC, the rollovers simply don't work at all, which makes site navigation difficult. I turned on Script Errors notification, and it highlights this code as "<script language="JavaScript1.2">mmLoadMenus();</script>" as an invalid procedure call or argument when I open my document with IE for mac.

              However, when I isolate the rollover on its own in a separate png... export it to htm... and open it in dreamweaver, and test it in IE, it works no problem.
              • 4. Re: Rollover Behaviors IE6 SP2
                Level 7
                Post a link to the page please.

                Do you know all the problems with those FW pop-up menus?

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                "spence27" <webforumsuser@macromedia.com> wrote in message
                news:ecvgcg$62r$1@forums.macromedia.com...
                >I have no issues when I open, run, and navigate my site in firefox, safari,
                >or
                > opera. When I tried in IE for both mac and PC, the rollovers simply don't
                > work
                > at all, which makes site navigation difficult. I turned on Script Errors
                > notification, and it highlights this code as "<script
                > language="JavaScript1.2">mmLoadMenus();</script>" as an invalid procedure
                > call
                > or argument when I open my document with IE for mac.
                >
                > However, when I isolate the rollover on its own in a separate png...
                > export it
                > to htm... and open it in dreamweaver, and test it in IE, it works no
                > problem.
                >