I am trying to make a double rollover image, i have an image in the upper left hand corner of the table and when you rollover it i want it to show a graphic in the bigger column of the table and then when you roll off it disapears. here is what i have of it right now, can anyone tell me what i am doing wrong or what i need to do to get this to work? Thanks
Code:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD/XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN"
"http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd">
<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en">
<head>
<title>  Best Friend Pets - Dogs </title>
<link rel="stylesheet" href="main.css"type="text/css"/>
<script type='text/javascript' language='Javascript'>
<!--
var imgLogoON = new Image;
var imgGraphicON = new Image;

var imgLogoOFF = new Image;
var imgGraphicOFF = new Image;

imgLogoON.src = "F:\BestFriendPets\images\logo.png";
imgGraphicON.src = "F:\BestFriendPets\images\doggraphic.bmp";

imgLogoOFF.src = "F:\BestFriendPets\images\logo.png";
imgGraphicOFF.src = "";

function swapImage(version, imagename){
	if(document.images){
		document[imagesname].src = eval(imagename + version + ".src");
		}//end if
	}//end function
function rollOffAll(){
	swapImage('OFF', 'imgLogo');
	swapImage('OFF', 'imgGraphic');
	}//end function
//-->
</script>

</head>
<body bgcolor="#99CCFF" onLoad="window.defaultStatus=document.title">
<table border="0"  width = 95% cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0">
<tr>
<td colspan="1"> <a href="index.html" onMouseover="swapImage('ON','imgGraphic');" 
onMouseout="rollOffAll();"><img src="images\logo.png" height="90" width="90" name="imgLogo" alt="Click here to go to the BFP Homepage"></a></td>
<td colspan="1"><h1 align="center"><font color="#000099" size="12pz"> Best Friend Pets, Inc.</font> </h1></td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td width="10%" valign="top"> <font color="#000099"><b>
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	<h4><a href="index.html" onMouseover="window.status='Best Friend Pets Homepage'; return true" 
onMouseout="window.status=' '; return true">Home</a>
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	<font color="000099"><h4>Dogs</h4></font>
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	<a href="rabbits.html" onMouseover="window.status='Rabbits'; return true" 
onMouseout="window.status=' '; return true">Rabbits</a> <br/>
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	<a href="cats.html" onMouseover="window.status='Cats'; return true" 
onMouseout="window.status=' '; return true">Cats</a> <br/>
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	<a href="donkeys.html" onMouseover="window.status='Donkeys'; return true" 
onMouseout="window.status=' '; return true">Donkeys</a> <br/>
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	<a href="cows.html" onMouseover="window.status='Cows'; return true" 
onMouseout="window.status=' '; return true">Cows</a> <br/></h4>
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	</b>
	</font>
</td>
<td width="50%" valign="top">
<div>
<a href="#" onmouseover="rollOffAll();" onmouseout="rollOffAll();" onclick="rollOffAll();return false;">
<img src="images\doggraphic.bmp" width="200" height="150" name="imgGraphic" border="0" alt="Dog Graphic"></a>
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Visit the following link to learn about dog training, health tips, where you can adopt a dog, your type of dog breed, and anything you need to know about dogs.
Also, Below I included a little information about how to care for your puppy/dog.
<a href="http://www.aboutdogsonline.com/" onMouseover="window.status='About Dogs Online'; return true" 
onMouseout="window.status=' '; return true"><h4>About Dogs Online</h4></a>

<h4>Caring for your Dog</h4>
Your dog gives you a lifetime of unconditional love, loyalty, and friendship. In return, 
she counts on you to provide her with food, water, safe shelter, regular veterinary care, 
exercise, companionship, and more. Take care of these ten essentials, and you'll be guaranteed 
to develop a rewarding relationship with your canine companion.

<ul>
<li>Outfit your dog with a collar and ID tag that includes your name, address, and telephone 
number. No matter how careful you are, there's a chance your companion may become lost—an ID tag 
greatly increases the chance that your pet will be returned home safely.</li>
<li>Follow local laws for licensing your dog and vaccinating him for rabies. Check with your local shelter or humane society for information regarding legal requirements, where to obtain tags, and where to have your pet vaccinated.</li>
<li>Follow this simple rule—off property, on leash. Even a dog with a valid license, rabies tag, and ID tag should not be allowed to roam outside of your home or fenced yard. It is best for you, your community, and your dog to keep your pet under control at all times.</li>
<li>Give your dog proper shelter. A fenced yard with a doghouse is a bonus, especially for large and active dogs; however, dogs should never be left outside alone or for extended periods of time. Dogs need and crave companionship and should spend most of their time inside with their family.</li>
<li>Take your dog to the veterinarian for regular check-ups. If you do not have a veterinarian, ask your local animal shelter or a pet-owning friend for a referral.</li>
<li>Spay or neuter your dog. Dogs who have this routine surgery tend to live longer, be healthier, and have fewer behavior problems (e.g., biting, running away). By spaying or neutering your dog, you are also doing your part to reduce the problem of pet overpopulation.</li>
<li>Give your pooch a nutritionally balanced diet, including constant access to fresh water. Ask your veterinarian for advice on what and how often to feed your pet.</li>			
<li>Enroll your dog in a training class. Positive training will allow you to control your companion's behavior safely and humanely, and the experience offers a terrific opportunity to enhance the bond you share with your dog.</li>
<li>Give your dog enough exercise to keep him physically fit (but not exhausted). Most dog owners find that playing with their canine companion, along with walking him twice a day, provides sufficient exercise. If you have questions about the level of exercise appropriate for your dog, consult your veterinarian.</li>
<li>Be loyal to and patient with your faithful companion. Make sure the expectations you have of your dog are reasonable and remember that the vast majority of behavior problems can be solved. If you are struggling with your pet's behavior, contact your veterinarian or local animal shelter for advice, and check out The HSUS's Pets for Life campaign information.</li></ul>
	<center><a href="dogslideshow.html" onMouseover="window.status='Pictures of our dogs'; return true" 
onMouseout="window.status=' '; return true">Click here to see pictures of our dogs.</a></center>
	<a href="doghousing.html" onMouseover="window.status='Dog Housing'; return true" 
onMouseout="window.status=' '; return true">Dog Housing</a>
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<a href="#" onClick="history.go(-1)" onMouseover="window.status='Go Back!'; return true" 
onMouseout="window.status=' '; return true">< Back</a> 
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</div>
</td>
</tr> 
</table>
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<center><a href="index.html" onMouseover="window.status='Best Friend Pets Homepage'; return true" 
onMouseout="window.status=' '; return true"><b><font face="Century Gothic">Home</a> | Dogs | <a href="rabbits.html" onMouseover="window.status='Rabbits'; return true" 
onMouseout="window.status=' '; return true">Rabbits</a> | 
<a href="cats.html" onMouseover="window.status='Cats'; return true" 
onMouseout="window.status=' '; return true">Cats</a> | <a href="donkeys.html" onMouseover="window.status='Donkeys'; return true" 
onMouseout="window.status=' '; return true">Donkeys</a> | <a href="cows.html" onMouseover="window.status='Cows'; return true" 
onMouseout="window.status=' '; return true">Cows</a></font></b></center>
</body>
</html>