Highlight row on mouseover

See
http://htmldb.oracle.com/pls/otn/f?p=24317:106
Selecting a radiobutton and Clicking the Submit button highlights the selected row.
But when I mouseover the highlighted row, the color changes due to the mouseover stuff defined in the Alternating Row Colors template.
How can I disable all the mouseover stuff?
Thanks

See
http://htmldb.oracle.com/pls/otn/f?p=24317:111
The row color changes as you mouseover the rows. As you say, the color is defined in the "Background color for current row" on the Row Highlighting section on the Report Template
My question was: How do I suppress this mouseover stuff from being generated on the report region? The mouseover code seems to be hardcoded by the HTML DB engine, I didnt see a way to suppress it on the Report Templage page.
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