how do I isolate images to add sound


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cerciegirl

I am trying to add mouse over sounds to parts of a childrens book. Eg the cat
meows. but I am having problems isolating the parts of the picture that need
sounds please help. There are 26 pages and each have parts that need sounds.

I am using frontpage.
 
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<html>
<head>
<title>Banner</title>
<script LANGUAGE="JavaScript"><!--
// Preload and play audio files with event handler (MouseOver sound)

var aySound = new Array();
// Below: source for sound files to be preloaded
aySound[0] = "http://www.hot-text.ath.cx/FRAME/doggrowls.wav";

// DO NOT edit below this line
document.write('<BGSOUND ID="auIEContainer">')
IE = (navigator.appVersion.indexOf("MSIE")!=-1 && document.all)? 1:0;
NS = (navigator.appName=="Netscape" && navigator.plugins["LiveAudio"])? 1:0;
ver4 = IE||NS? 1:0;
onload=auPreload;

function auPreload() {
if (!ver4) return;
if (NS) auEmb = new Layer(0,window);
else {
Str = "<DIV ID='auEmb' STYLE='position:absolute;'></DIV>";
document.body.insertAdjacentHTML("BeforeEnd",Str);
}
var Str = '';
for (i=0;i<aySound.length;i++)
Str += "<EMBED SRC='"+aySound+"' AUTOSTART='FALSE' HIDDEN='TRUE'>"
if (IE) auEmb.innerHTML = Str;
else {
auEmb.document.open();
auEmb.document.write(Str);
auEmb.document.close();
}
auCon = IE? document.all.auIEContainer:auEmb;
auCon.control = auCtrl;
}
function auCtrl(whSound,play) {
if (IE) this.src = play? aySound[whSound]:'';
else eval("this.document.embeds[whSound]." + (play? "play()":"stop()"))
}
function playSound(whSound) { if (window.auCon)
auCon.control(whSound,true); }
function stopSound(whSound) { if (window.auCon)
auCon.control(whSound,false); }
//-->
</script>

</head>
<body bgcolor="#048284">
<center>
<img border="0" src="http://www.hot-text.ath.cx/FRAME/Hot-Text_Banner.jpg"
width="530" height="93" onMouseOver="playSound(0)"
onMouseOut="stopSound(0)" />
</center>
</body>
 

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