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Hi all,
I am making a web page that have some image. I run this web page on my pc only for now, not on the internet. Sometimes, when the page get loaded, the blue progress bar on the bottom of my browser (i'm using ie6) is still showing, looked like still loading something. But, when I see the page, everything seem to be loaded already, the image, the css, was there. It took about 30 seconds before the progress bar dissapear.
Then i try to load the page again, and same thing happened, but this time, i try to mouse over on an image that have mouseover script to swap the image with a mouseover image. The progress bar dissapear right after I mouse over on the image. The progress bar will dissapear if I mouse over on any images that have that script, but it won't dissapear if i mouse over on image that don't have that script.
Other information I can give is that I'm using dreamweaver script to do the mouseover.
Any ideas of what's going on?
Susilo
 
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Is there a preloader in the Dreamweaver Script?
 
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Do you mean the function MM_preloadImage in the onload event of body tag?
Yes, there is. And probably not all of the images were put there.
Susilo
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