__/ [Arne] on Wednesday 23 November 2005 23:01 \__
> Once upon a time *Mark Parnell* wrote:
>> In our last episode, <ukr_bend@xxxxxxxxx> pronounced to alt.html:
>>> I'm trying to find a way to stop the IE6 habit of poping up the
>>> banner (save, print,email, open)
>> Tools>Internet Options>Advanced. Under "Multimedia", untick "Enable
>> Image Toolbar (requires restart)".
>>> when the user hovers over an image in
>>> my webpage.
>>> Is there a way to encode this in the html to stop this behaviour?
>> Els has already given you the code for it, but reconsider your motives
>> for doing so. It is expected behaviour for your user, and may
>> confuse/annoy them if it doesn't display.
> You assume they don't know how to save, print, email or open anything
> without that little "helper"? :)
That's what the context menu is for. If one can't handle the alternate mouse
button or the context menu button (reserved on most keyboards), a Mac is
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