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    Question Magic code for Linked Images and Sound?

    Hey all -
    I'm looking to have sound play when the mouse cursor goes over an image link (rollover)... if not that, then at the very least when you click the image-link.

    When I look into codes on how to do this, there seems to be problems from browser to browser, and perhaps even moreso with the newer browsers....

    IS THERE ANY universal code or something simple that can help me acheive my goal? Any help appreicated! Thanks in advance!

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    You would probably do that with Flash. I know only one site that has that feature: http://newstoday.com

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    No, I can't do flash, its an html/java Script/CSS kinda thing I'm lookin for. I need something that plays a sound when you mouse over a link, I don't need the sound to play when the page loads. But thanks, I appreicate it.

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    Uhm... I wanted you to look at (and listen to) those small buttons, not guiding your attention to the startup sound.

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    Opps, sorry, I had gone back again and eventually figured it out.. it took me a while to realize there were rollovers at the bottom of the page. Thank you -both of you for your help!


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