From page 17 through
50, I alternate between:
•simple one-image rollover-buttons and
two and three image rollover buttons for various effects
to make points that
would take up many more pages,
and not be half as much fun.
For something to be worthwhile,
it's just gotta be fun!
On page 17, the cartoon
logo for my company ORGANIZED COMEDY and the two-shot of JFK debating Richard
Nixon have what you have already seen;
these are just single-image rollover-buttons, each with a unique Tooltip messages:
But when you put your cursor over the image of the smiling cowboy,
he is replaced by a frowning cowboy with a Tooltip message:
If you press and hold down on your mouse button, the frowning cowboy
is replaced by another smiling cowboy and the Tooltip message disappears:
Release your mouse button and remain hovering over the image:
the second smiling
cowboy disappears and
the frowning cowboy reappears, but without his Tooltip.
Move your mouse off the frowning cowboy, and the first smiling cowboy reappears.
Hover over him again to bring back
the frowning cowboy and
wait a second for
the frowning cowboy's Tooltip message to re-appear.
For more tips on hidden Easter Eggs images and Tooltips, read the Q & A
on Vol. 1, issue ii, page iii:
Have fun playing around with the single-, double- and triple-image rollover-buttons
you can find on page 17 through to page 50.
of them has a clue that
can lead you to WINNING that FREE hour of
my coaching and co-writing services.
Happy hunting, partner!
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PO Box 992
Mill Valley, California 94942-0992
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Table of Contents for Winning Contests:
Start here | Playing .PDF media clips |
Collecting prize | Movie Game Contest
Vol 2, issue i's deadlines vs.
Tip-of-the-Day dates-of-month deadlines
How can you become David Letterman's replacement's . . . replacement?
Skills needed to win all 3 contests:
Opening a Russian vs. Virtual Easter
map to contest hints | Clickable: headings vs. leaves
Audio clip buttons tutorial | Pointed finger means . . .?
Tool tips for:
where answer hides for 2nd contest | Unfamiliar
Three-image rollover buttons: where the answer hide for 1st & 3rd contest
March 18, 2014, 11:46 am PST and updated Tuesday, June 3, 2014, 10:26 pm PST.
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