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    I want to create a basic navigation system for my site that uses DIV tags to create boxes as links. The links are general and have subcategories that I would also like to display and I would like to use an onMouseOver event to pop up more choices to to the right of the first option when it is in pointed to. Would the best way to do this be to do a JS function that displays more DIVs in a relative manner? Meaning, should the position of the new DIVs upon mouseOver be relative to the first link? Can someone provide a rough example or code sample? MUUUUCH appreciated!!! I'm just not sure exactly where to start!



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    My own personal preference for nav systems of this nature is to use absolute positioning: that way, everything's exactly where it's supposed to be no matter what. The best example that I have of this is in two places:

    As you'll see when you yank out the code, the menus are pulled from external JScripts and then displayed in the correct position on the site. (This can be done vertically as well but I don't have a complete one in a vertical configuration.)
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