Was that the Summer of Lace for me?
And I haven't participated in ANY of the so very much entertaining assignments. I am ashamed of myself!
But I am sure, there will be another lace project in the future. This project was so much fun. I sense hints of a lace addiction.
And since I bound off I qualify for challenge #4 and might just move from the stands to join the fun actively.
Meanwhile, I am happily knitting up my Socks That Rock yarn in Cobalt Bloom. Here's a glimpse because at this stage of the project I am not giving away details. Only a peek. But aren't the colours gorgeous?
Last but not least, enter the new domain of technical tricks at sheepandnocity.
How to create a mouse-over effect
First of all, you need two pictures, preferably of the same size. They can only differ slightly to create only a tiny twinkling effect...
...create more motion with the mouse...
...or a David Copperfield illusion.
You will need include the following code into the HTML section of your post.
< img scr="picture_01.jpg" width="100" height="50" name="image_01"Afterwards, you have to adjust the different templates to your needs.
Starting with the "name", you don't really have to change something here. Just be aware, that the "01" works as a counter. If you include another mouseover command one day (in another post) you have to count up (image_02, image_03). Or simply chose another "name".
For the pictures you have to give the entire source path (in case you are uploading them in blogger, you can see the path there if you go to the "Edit HTML" mode.
Look for something that looks like this:
href="http://photos1.blogger.com/blogger/ (...) /sock.jpg"Copy the whole address of the pictures into the appropriate places.
< img scr="http:// (...) sock1.jpg" width="100" height="50" name="image_01"Take care to include the picture you want to have on mouseover on the right place.
onmouseover="image_01.src='http:// (...) sock2.jpg';"
onmouseout="image_01.src='http:// (...) sock1.jpg';" >
At last, change the size of the pictures (width, height) according to your image.
(This one works with Blogger. If you use another blog software and this does not work, you might want to checkout for example this page and try the codes there.