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    Hello!

    I am new in web design and I would like to know how are the two following pages made:
    http://www.peugeot.fr/Produits/Decouvrirlagamme/vp/
    this rollover effect with the cars appearing

    http://www.ferrari.com/Italian/Pages/Home.aspx
    the flyout menu with the images.

    Please tell me what software is used, programming language, and how this setup works because I am quite confused and a client likes them...
    Any help would be much appreciated!

    Thank you very much in advance!

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    It's done with a lot of complicated javascript. In fact the whole site practically runs on javascript, so it's hard to find that particular code, for me anyway. Who knows if they used a program or hand coded it. Someone else may expand on my post.

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    Thank you for your fast reply!
    But still some more info is still needed!

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    You can use jQuery to made some beautiful drop down menus. You can find here some examples : http://www.1stwebdesigner.com/resour...enu-solutions/

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    As Steve mentioned, it is done w/ JS. You can also see how they are controlling things by looking at the CSS for the navigation here: http://www.ferrari.com/Style%20Libra...navigation.css.

    Like BabBardeL said, you can do some pretty cool stuff w/ jQuery.

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    I 'm checking them out!
    Thank you all!


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