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    In Dreamweaver ...

    Is there a way to add this mouseover effect to a link with one of the tools/commands, or do I have to add it manually to every link?

    <.a onMouseOver='window.status=http://www.blahblahblah.com/; return true' onMouseOut='window.status=""; return true' href="http://www.blahblahblah.com/?php=referralcode">

    want just the url to a dot com to show, and not all the affiliate stuff when someone mouses over the link.... but hoping there's a faster way than hand editing the html.

    Oh - I have Dreamweaver 4.
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    Hmm..

    Might be an idea to ask Blum over on http://forums.femalewebmasters.com i know he uses Dreamweaver for most of his HTML

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    Lee


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    you can do a global search & replace, replacing your link code with the mouseover code + link code. I know that works in Allaire HomeSite.

    cheers,

    Luke


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    That would work if I was replacing a page to the same link... not for a full page of links - each with a different sponsor, like say a link list page. I would think that each link would need addressed one on one.
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    Pattern matching in EditPlus?


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    Hey Bec!

    I'm a purist... I still code by hand in a text editor. BUT I emailed a couple of freinds of mine and they do most of their mouseouvers by hand (or copy and replace like Luke said). I was told, however, that it may be possible to do this through 'Behaviors'.

    Here is the beginning of a Behaviours tutorial I found:
    http://www.iboost.com/build/software...torial/828.htm

    Hope this is the correct route.

    My best,
    GA


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