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    Dropdown selection when hovering over image.

    How would I go about this.

    I want a dropdown to come out of the bottom of the image once someone hovers over it. But I don't want it to change the placement of the content of my page, just layer over it.

    Any tutorials that anyone has a link to?

    Thanks again,

    Josh

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    "write it for FireFox then hack it for IE."
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    WoW. I really like that 2nd one as well ahallicks.

    Thanks much!

    Josh

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    Quote Originally Posted by ahallicks View Post
    ahallicks,

    Have you used this yet? I am trying to get it running on my site. You can see it here :
    http://www.scorn-war.com/new/roster.html

    It works, but not like on the website you get it from. It disapears when you hover over it, and it flickers as you are on the image.

    Thanks again,
    Josh

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    I have got it to work on mine and have found that when you use text links, everything is fine, but when you use image links there are some very different browser variances! Still working on a solution so I'll post back here when I find out.

    What browser are you using? Yours looked spot on in Firefox
    "write it for FireFox then hack it for IE."
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