Scrollovers Makes Your Links Stand Out

Links. You have probably seen thousands of it. If of any chances that you have not, here is a link to this technology blog, another to my personal blog and another to my first blogspot blog.

The usual method a webmaster or a blogger formats their links are by changing its font colour, background colour or underline. Therefore, all the links pretty much works the same way. If you are interested in checking out a different type of link, here is something interesting for you.

Scrollovers is an easy way to give your website that distinct identity over the rest the websites on the Internet. Scrollovers is built on standard HTML, Javascript and CSS. Therefore, integrating it into any websites will be easy.

Scrollovers has been tested and works perfectly on these browsers:

  • Firefox 2.0
  • Internet Explorer 7
  • Internet Explorer 6
  • Internet Explorer 5.5
  • Safari 3 (Windows)
  • Opera 9

Hop over to Scrollovers now to get a look and feel of what it is all about.

4 thoughts on “Scrollovers Makes Your Links Stand Out

  1. Angie Tan says:

    lol!! tot what was that…

    it’s a mouse-over javascript manipulating some css… :-P

    CSS can be nasty and bite you in your butt if your fansee is using another type of browser other than the standard few now. Not only that, you have to load a remote JS file… too much roundtrips.

    yeap.. still prefer the standard css :hover type.

    anyway, you can download the js file when you read the instructions to use scrollovers at his site –> read “piracy”…

  2. TenthOfMarch says:

    @Angie Tan
    LOL. Yeah, hover works fine but this one looks quite unique. However, I can’t imagine all the links in a website using the scrollovers links. I imagine it would be a bit headache. hehe.

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