The problem is, I can get all this to work wonderfully with one case (2 images to swap) but I have not had the success with multiple cases.
I've narrowed the problem to how the image is defined at the absolute location of the base image. It's a seemingly small hurdle and there has to be a solution, but I'm not an expert. SOmeone suggested that a solution may lie in CSS but I'm not sure.
This could also lead to other small projects as we are not resourced for the positions we need to be expert web programmers.
Regards and let me know!
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This needs to work at the very least in IE 5 + and ideally, in other browsers as well (Netscape, Firefox, etc)