There is no need
to download images to create clickable navigation buttons for
your website's web pages. They can be created using an HTML
In the above
script code, just replace
"Free Websites" with what you want the button
to read (do not remove quotation marks). And replace http://buildfree.org
with the website location URL you want as the destination (do
not remove the hash marks or brackets). That is the simple
button script. You will notice that I have the above button
configured to open a new browser window when clicked upon. To do
that, use the following script and change the same text as in
the above steps.
You may want to
use these free buttons as navigation within your own website. In
that case you would want to use the following script. You will
still change the value of the button text, but you will notice
that there is no http:// in front of the destination URL. You just
use the page extension and the http:// or www is not needed. It
will also open in the same window.
Ok, now that you are
a button expert, you may be wondering if there is a way to change
the appearance of the button away from the same boring looking
tan. Yes there is and it is actually pretty simple to do. You will
have to change a few more things in the script, but the results
can be cool without having to download any images.
You can create a
button shadow effect by changing the border colors. To open button
in new window, change the onClick value as in above buttons. A
good color chart website is HERE.
Practice your buttons HERE
| A link back to my website would
be great too!