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If you go to the web site:

http://www.xerox.com/

And see the interface where "Office Products" and the rest of those catagories are you will notice a reall cool drop down menu appears. Was that done with CSS? And if some one could be so kind to point me to a tutorial that would lead me by the hand to recreate that same type of menu.

Thx for the feedback and support

John

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It can definately be made

It can definately be made with all css but theese guys use javascript. A little at least.

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Thx for the feedback

Thx for the feed back now step 2 is findinga good tutoral that will show me how to do it.

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It could be done with a

It could be done with a simple Suckerfish model except that instead of a nested

    , you'd have a nested
    which could then contain other content. Then your CSS would be li:hover div {} instead of li:hover ul { }.

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