I have some 'next' and 'previous' graphics to allow my readers to navigate the eBook. I am using the eBook navigation variables ie ##NEXT(), ##PREVIOUS() and also ##TOC() with corresponding graphics. When I place the cursor on the graphic, the status bar shows the name of the current page I am on for each graphic. Is this what is supposed to happen? I thought it would show the name of the next or previous page (from the system generated contents page).
It doesn't represent a big problem as I have the status bar disabled now but I was just wondering what is supposed to be displayed in the status bar when you use system variables.
BTW - Thanks Sunnil, I got my subscription form to work from within the eBook - easy when you know how :-)
Hmmm... I am surprised that the title tag didn't work at all. The tag is supposed to work the same as the alt tag, so it should be supported by all web browsers.
The title tag won't change the status bar in any way--I'm sorry if I led you to think it would. What it will do is give your reader a text "pop up" over the link. This is good because you can have the status bar turned off and still have a page number or other message appear when you hover over the link.
I'm glad you found an answer, sorry mine didn't work out for you.
Yep TITLE= is similar ALT= for image, it gives a popup tooltip (the floating yellow box with words in when you hold the mouse still)
For example, if you've ever usedwww.sitemeter.com(a web page counter service) it is how they do that cool thing where they condense the URL in the stats page, but when you mouse over it gives the full link in a popup
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