JavaScript: Links and Buttons

Links and Buttons
1-Click Easy Drop-Down Menues
This simple script creates a drop-down menu that opens pages on a single click when selected from the menu. Pages can open in the same window, a new window, or a target frame. Very easy install, and great for tight spots where you need a menu.
Access Image URL to TextBox
When an image is clicked, this script will show the image URL in a textbox. Useful for cases where you want others to be able to copy the image address easily for linking... such as for banners, logo graphics, etc. A single instance of the script can be attached to any number of images in the page.
Change Style Sheets On-The-Fly from Page Links
Use this script to allow visitors to change a page style sheet on-the-fly, by clicking on a link in the page. The script works by switching the active style sheets. You can use any number of style sheets, which are automatically detected by the script. Optional alerts are included. Setup is easy and straightforward. Comes as a complete kit, as well as in the usual listings format.
Dirt-Simple Four-State Mouse-Interactive Image Buttons
Four-state image buttons -- with no multiple images, and no JavaScript?  Darned close!  Plug in a simple style script, attach a few mouse events, and bang -- instant action buttons even most power scripters would sweat to do.  Easy sailing, even for newcomers.
Easy Instant Interactive Menu Links
Interactive menus are a snap with this easy technique... with over- and under-line motion, settable hot and cold colors, settable movement -- and no layers, spans, or divisions needed.
Floating Email-This-Link Script With URL Auto-Capture
This script creates a floating layer with an email-this-link script in it. The layer can be positioned anywhere on the screen, and it will float to that position whenever the window is scrolled. Enter the recipient address and click the send button, and the visitor's email client is opened, complete with a message in the email body that includes the link for whatever page in which the script is placed.
Light 'Em Up Multi-Color Interactive Mouse-Over Links
One of the most-asked questions in our support mail, this very simple technique shows how to add differently colored links to the same page that light up and underline and/or overline on mouseOver. No complex JavaScript calls are required, and the technique is a fundamental building block for interesting, interactive, color-differentiated menu systems.
Light Up, Super-Easy, Glow-In-The-Dark Links
If you're using MSIE, you've undoubtedly noticed that most of our links 'light up' when you pass your mouse over them. Not only a great effect, it helps users navigate your site more quickly and easily. This script shows you how... and it's surprisingly simple to do!
TriState Rainbow Color Link Script
Creates a link that cycles through three colors. Features include settable blink rate; settable blink colors; settable no-blink color; and on/off control via links (optional). A simple function call can also make the link start blinking when clicked, or stop blinking when clicked. A cool way to emphasize critical navigational elements.
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