Greetings Loungers,

I recently put together a page that has a large image on it. However, I do NOT want the image toolbar to display when a user holds their mouse over the image. The solution was relatively easy to find, but I thought I'd share it here in case any of you run into something similar:

[b]Source: Microsoft Technet
<hr>Turning Off the Image Toolbar by Using HTML Tags
As a content author, you can turn off image toolbar functions for an individual picture or all pictures on a Web page. This turns off only elements that use the <img> tag; it does not affect other graphics tags, such as <embed> or <object>, or the file type.

If you want to turn off image toolbar functions for individual pictures on a Web page, use the following <img> syntax for the picture:

[img]filename[/img]
[img]filename[/img]

If you want to turn off image toolbar functions for all pictures on a Web page, add the following <meta> syntax to your Web page:

<meta http-equiv="imagetoolbar" content="no">
<meta http-equiv="imagetoolbar" content="false">

If you turn off Image toolbar functions for all pictures on a Web page, you can enable them for individual pictures by setting the galleryimg attribute to "yes" or "true", using the following <img> syntax:

[img]filename[/img]
[img]filename[/img]

Note If you use the galleryimg="yes" attribute and you also use image mapping (usemap or ismap), the galleryimg="yes" attribute overrides the mapping attribute, and the menu is turned on. <hr>
I hope that helps! <img src=/S/smile.gif border=0 alt=smile width=15 height=15>