This unique script dynamically positions a "bullet" image of your choice alongside arbitrary links when the mouse moves over them, "highlighting" them. Simply give the links in question a CSS class name of "ddbullet", and the script handles the rest. Good way to draw attention to specific links on your page. The horizontal and vertical offsets of the bullet image relative to the link can also be modified. The script works in both IE4+ and NS6+, degrading well with the rest as always.
This practical, elegant DHTML tooltip script displays additional information about a link or any other element (ie: table) when the mouse moves over it. A customizable tooltip pops up, which works in all modern DHTML browsers-IE4, NS6, and Opera 7 and above. The appearance of the tooltip is fully customizable using CSS. YOu can even specify a shadow to display beneath the tooltip. DHTML Tooltip intelligently detects the four edges of the browser window, always displaying itself in full view of the user.
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.