It seems you misinterpreted the book that you read.
You don't want the page to post back every time the mouse moves over an
image. The performance would be terrible.
code behind. And yes, you would use the (client side) onMouseOver event to
I hope this helps,
Steve C. Orr, MCSD
"exshige" <exshigeyahoo.no.spam.com> wrote in message
news:3f0a3df7$1_1news.tm.net.my...put> I read from some book that you can actually on any tag in the html pageimage> a onClick or something and assign it with the sub/function name that is in
> the codebehind. I tried but it say name undefined.
> I am trying to make a rollover effect using codebehind. I have a <a> tag
> that onmouseover will call a sub in codebehind to change a <asp:image>when> url.
> How come i can see a lot of "on" events of the <a> in the html side but> i declare it in the codebehind and i can only access only a few of them?