I'm stumped. I'm not so sure what is the right answer. I'll do some poking around and get back to you if I bump into an good answer. You should email the people at iPage as they probably can help you..
It can be done, and also with cross-browser compatibility..
I cannot access.
At all, so I can't see your working script. However, take a look at the.
At nunzioweb.com. Look at the pic of Nunzio there. Move your mouse on/off the image. Of course, any image can be used, and also as a background image in any table cell that also acts as a link (as you want)..
If you are interested in that script, let me know and I'll post it here. I won't bother now though because I'm uncertain if you would want it..
P.S. try and get your webhost to get spectral-revolutions.com to be accessible. I would be very angry if my webhost, whom I pay very well for their service, allowed as prolonged a downtime as your iPage site has had for the past 4 hours (yes... I've been attempting to access your iPage site on and off for over 4 hours now, to see your working script before I posted here)...
Ok, well, let's forget about the transparency for now. But rolling the background images over....
Background-image: url('URL OF IMAGE').
I'd imagine I'd be using this to rollover the images?.
Then I could work from that..
I appreciate the help above, but it's not quite what I'm looking for. Apologies for the downtime...
Hehe you are funny. although your iPage site takes 15-20 minutes to load it doesn't work very well in Mozilla. your mouse over on that image does nothing. and entimp is correct, there is nothing that is cross-browser compatibility. just ask Transmothra or search this iPage site as he has gone through that with his site..
Show me the transparent script that is cross browser and I will prove you wrong...
Currently the only way to make translucent content cross-browser compatible is to use a sniffer to detect the platform and deliver specialized code for it. so yes, it can be done... but no, not very easily, and not without cheating..