javascript Q:

espee2 May 30, 2000

  1. espee2

    espee2 TrainBoard Member

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    I was thinking of adding "mouseover" to my home page with javascript. I am worried that some people won't be able to see my page. what is the % of people (aprox.) that can't view a site with javascript? is it worth it?


    Home page: www.tunnel13.com


    my layout site: www.tunnel13.com/newberg.html


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  2. virtual-bird

    virtual-bird TrainBoard Member

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    what kinda mouse over?
    change images?
    change words?
    Give details on an image when a mouse is over an item... is so use the alt="this is a 40-2" in the code for the image...


    more to load the slower it is...
     
  3. espee2

    espee2 TrainBoard Member

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    I was thinking of using image change (link buttons) and status bar info.
    I know the codes, I really was wondering if it's worth it for a personal page, or leave it to the pros. By worth it, I mean it's alot of work for me, I hand write my codes, I only have webtv...
    www.tunnel13.com


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  4. virtual-bird

    virtual-bird TrainBoard Member

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    <BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by espee2:
    By worth it, I mean it's alot of work for me, I hand write my codes, I only have webtv...
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    I use notepad... so i can see where your coming from.

    Its your page. If you want it and yes it will look better..

    (you say leave it for the pros your page will look like a pro)
     
  5. Robin Matthysen

    Robin Matthysen Passed Away October 17, 2005 In Memoriam

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    Most people today are using Windows 95 or Windows 98 and with great free browsers there is only a few that won't be able to see java scripts etc. I have had a java script on my home page for over two years and have had no e-mails or ICQs to say people couldn't view it but then, how many would comment? [​IMG]
    I can't speak for Linux users so anyone out there using Linux, speak up. [​IMG]
    See my greeting java script at http://members.xoom.com/index.html
    Robin

    [This message has been edited by Robin Matthysen (edited 13 June 2000).]
     
  6. virtual-bird

    virtual-bird TrainBoard Member

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    <BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>
    I can't speak for Linux users so anyone out there using Linux, speak up. [​IMG]
    <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>


    Linux uses Nutscrape. Its basically Windows without the bugs.
     

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