Rollovers are familiar Web effects. For example, many or even most Web pages feature some change in the appearance of a button or hotspot when you move the mouse over it, even though you don’t click. This is a typical rollover state.
A rollover state is defined by the event that triggers the rollover behavior, such as a click, holding down the mouse (but not clicking), or just moving the pointer over that area of the image. For a description of the different rollover states available in ImageReady, see the sidebar “Rollover states in ImageReady,” following below.
Secondary rollovers affect the appearance or behavior of other areas of the image when you perform the mouse action on the rollover button.
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