Dreamweaver Image Swap Not working in IE 6

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The site that I'm building and that has the problem is here: http://www.school-training.com/index.htm. (css=sr-ti.css) the skinny version of the problem is I created a multiple image swap (disjointed?) for one image to swap itself and another on rollover. Did this using Dreamweaver 8's built-in image swap function. Result is that it works find in Firefox, but none of the rollover's (even single rollovers) work in IE 6. Before getting too deep in the code I used, is there a known issue in IE 6 that requires this to be done in css instead of Dreamweaver's method of combining Java and markup? Googling this seems to point to a 100% CSS solution, but before re-writing most of the page, I was looking to see if any of you have ran into this... Thanks a ton in advance!

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Try replacing the ‘_’ with ‘x’ in the element names and the places where those names are used, which is only in the corresponding calls to MM_swapImage, <pre>I.E.onmouseover=”MM_swapImage(’4x6activites</pre>

name=’4x6activites’>You don’t need to change any file names.

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