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    CSS Used to make styled buttons like these?

    Hello, I apologize if this is a basic question but I am quite new to CSS.

    Could someone please just take a quick look at http://jyte.com/ and tell me what those buttons are called so I can go about finding a tutorial on how to create them. It looks like a basic rollover, but it also has some backend functionality built into it. Any help is GREATLY appreciated. Thanks.

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    If it's those buttons under "recent claims" you're referring to, they're images made in an image program. When you hover them, they change look. This is done by specifying a new background under the pseudo class: hover.

    I would suppose the backend functionality is done with javascript or PHP. Can't help you with that though.
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    I'm thinking right of the bat here, but I think you could probably do something with that using CSS, using psudeo elements and such. Although on :hover, you would probably have to edit the height, that might cause the entire page to jump about.

    Though, you could set the height first.
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