I'm not exactly clear on how to do that, can you please give me an example?
<a href="#" class="different"><img src="image.gif" alt="image" /></a>
Pretty simple - just the same way you'd put an anchor link around anything. The hashmark mkes it so if anyone clicks on the image, they staty in the same spot - it doesn't take them anywhere.
Problem with having a specific class is the majority of my images are linked, and a minority aren't.
You can put the hover properties on the image in the stylesheet (thus 'class="different"'). Anytime you want an image to appear with the hover differece, just add that class to it. If the image is already links, you can add the class to the one you want different - not a big deal. it won't change any other styling you have on it, and if you *do* want the image to take you somewher,e you just replace the hashmark with the URL. CHances are, if the image in question that you want to change already has the link stuff - just add the class to it - nothing more needs ot be done (except to make your visual changes in the stylesheet).