example, the nudge feature in the ImageVOffset parameter has been used to move the images
a little higher on the buttons, and a ButtonBevel size of 2 is used. The ButtonColor is
the same as the page background and the HighlightColor and ShadowColor have been altered
from their defaults to better suit the page colour. To prevent these button linking
anywhere the URL entries have been prefaced with a dollar sign.
copied from the button styling popularised by recent applications such as Microsoft®
Internet Explorer and Windows 98. Taking a single image, ChromeLink passes it through a
greyscale filter to initially display a 'chromed' version. When focussed, the bevelled
button-edges become visible and the full-colour version of the image is shown. When
pressed, the button depresses and the image is darkened slightly.
also allows a text-label to be placed on the button. Both image and text are horizontally
centered. Vertical positioning of image and text can be easily changed using 'offset'
parameters, but by default the image is vertically centered and the text sits just above
the base of the button. All colours are selectable including bevel highlight and shadow,
buttoncolor, and focussed and unfocussed text, and font options are all editable. Width of
the button bevel is also selectable.
also supports 2-stage sound (click and release), and a single click can open up to 4 URLs
into their own target frames. Of course, it's also possible to use only text on the
button, or indeed to use nothing at all if you prefer your buttons on the dull side!