Just as Lanny says, you need a reference in the menu so the link actually
exists. # creates a temporary hyperlink until you provide information of
your own.Without some value in the href= attribute then you have no link and
the menu fails.
Kim Cavanaugh, author
Beginner's Guides to Dreamweaver and Fireworks
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"mdstudio" <webforumsusermacromedia.com> wrote in message
news:bfa4pr$2jr$1forums.macromedia.com...the problem.> Kim,
> Thanks very much for your time and help. It turned out that that wasn'tonMouseOut="FW_startTimeout();" alt="Macintosh" title="Macintosh">
> I am using hotspots on graphics as links to bring up menus.
> My hotspots for menus look something like this:
> <area shape="rect" coords="207,41,327,52" href="#"
target="_self" onClick="window.FW_showMenu(window.fw_menu_2,222,5 6)">when the menus are clicked, the menus appear for a moment and then the page>
> The menus work just fine on my XP running IE 6 but on a Mac running IE 5,
refreshes.the Mac. Unfortunately, the hotspots no longer react like links when the>
> I discovered that if I remove the # from the "href="#"" it works fine on
mouse is passed over them (so people may not think they're links) on either
PC or Mac.I'm taken to a directory of the files in that same folder. I can get around>
> Is there another solution that would work on both Mac and PC?
> When I try removing the "#" in the case of a graphic (no hotspot) link,
this by putting a big hotspot on top of the graphic link but I'm guessing
there's a better way to go about this as well.your help.>
> Do you or anyone else have any helpful thoughts? I'd greatly appreciate>