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    Hey, I'm definitely the designer and not a coder at this stage. I'm a student that needs to finish his online portfolio. Below is a link to the navigation style I'm wanting to code. But I don't know how to go about it. There would be a rollover image when you hover over one of the links. Dark is when the mouse is over, blue is when it isn't. Obviously this will have to be PNG images but I have no idea about how to go about it. Can anybody help me??

    http://f.cl.ly/items/2B260n3y3c2m3N1...Untitled-1.png

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    Senior Member Dorky's Avatar
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    why does everybody post rollovers in the css section? rollover is a javascript issue. please post it there. unless you want a hover effect. if so please pose your question to reflect. thx.

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    That's just it. You can code a CSS hover effect, so that's why people are likely getting confused. It doesn't have the same flexibility as a JS rollover, but it is still an option.

    If you want to do a CSS hover effect, look at the site in my signature, take a look at the common-header.css file. Basically, you create a background and "duplicate" your menu item, with the one section (in my case, the bottom) being the "off" effect and the other section (in my case, the top) being the "hover" effect. You'll also note that I applied a background to each parent element. This avoids the "flicker" effect you'll sometimes see when a background is loaded in a "hover".

    For Javascript rollovers, click here: http://www.w3schools.com/js/js_animation.asp
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