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You are using this in your CSS:





I'm guessing the ":" the first line was supposed to be a "." If so, fix that, and then you'll need to add a "rollover" class to your link element, like this:



I also believe you need some sort of text inside the element, like this:


link text


You can then hide the text by using CSS:



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Thanks for the syntax correction. I have made some progress but realize I don?t understand the display problem at all.

First with the comments I just received, I can bring the image on the screen. What I don?t understand is how to access the various parts of the image.

In my case my image is 176px wide and 80px high. What this means is that in one state I would like to bring the first 40 pixels to the screen 176 pixels wide, and then in another state pixel 41 through 80.

My other option which I will work on now is to lay the bitmap 352 wide and 40 high and see if my code works.


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