Sandwich semigroups were introduced in ,  and . Green's relations (for regular elements) were characterized for these semigroups in  and . Sandwich semigroups of continuous functions first made their appearance in . In this paper, we consider only sandwich semigroups of continuous functions and we refer to them simply as sandwich semigroups. We now recall the definition. Let X and Y be topological spaces and fix a continuous function α from Y into X. Let S(X, Y, α) denote the semigroup of all continuous functions from X into Y where the product fg of f, g ε S(X, Y, α) is defined by fg = f ∘ α ∘ g. We refer to S(X, Y, α) as a sandwich semigroup with sandwich function α. If X = Y and α is the identity map then S(X, Y, α) is, of course, just S(X), the semigroup of all continuous selfmaps of X.