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Hi all, Simple one really..I am pretty sure I know the answer but better to ask!! IF I have various roll over navigation buttons on my home page that are the same on every page on mysite. The home page onloads the rollover images. Am i correct in saying that I only need to include the body onload tag on the home page, and not anywhere else? My thinking is that as the images are now saved on the users pc/server the rollover effect will not have the time delay as the image has already been "onload"'ed by the homepage. ...

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    Default Simple onload question..i think I know but...

    Hi all,
    Simple one really..I am pretty sure I know the answer but better to ask!!
    IF I have various roll over navigation buttons on my home page that are the same on every page on mysite. The home page onloads the rollover images.
    Am i correct in saying that I only need to include the body onload tag on the home page, and not anywhere else?
    My thinking is that as the images are now saved on the users pc/server the rollover effect will not have the time delay as the image has already been "onload"'ed by the homepage.
    am I right?
    cheers
    darren




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    Default Re: Simple onload question..i think I know but...

    "darrenbartlett" [email]webforumsusermacromedia.com[/email] wrote:
    > Hi all,
    > Simple one really..I am pretty sure I know the answer but better to ask!!
    > IF I have various roll over navigation buttons on my home page that are the same on every page on mysite. The home page onloads the rollover images.
    > Am i correct in saying that I only need to include the body onload tag on the home page, and not anywhere else?
    > My thinking is that as the images are now saved on the users pc/server the rollover effect will not have the time delay as the image has already been "onload"'ed by the homepage.
    > am I right?
    Do you mean that you have the images to pre-load? If so, you might as
    well include the preload in all pages since some visitors might enter
    the site through other pages than the index page, e.g. via search engine
    links or bookmarking.

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