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Hi everybody,


My question is in reference to a page I'm building. To get an idea of the page layout, please visit htt*://www.pudgypuppy.com/villagepantry/new/


(By the way, for those of you who have been following me on this project, this is a complete redesign of a site I had been working on earlier this year. I completed it and submitted it back to my "client." Although he liked the original design and approved it, his wife decided she now wanted something different, so it's back to the drawing board for me. That's where this new redesign comes in.)


OK, so here's what's supposed to happen. When a user hovers over one of the navigation menu options on the right, a simple description and additional text is supposed to display on top of the "VP" located in the lower right corner.


I know there's a CSS trick for accomplishing a "remote" rollover like this, but I can't remember where I've seen it. I also can't remember how it was accomplished. Anyone know where I can find the info on doing this maneuver. Or, if you've done it yourself, can you tell me how you did it?




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Thanks Jim and Lisa!


I won't be able to look at the web site and make modifications to the web page I'm working on until later this evening. Got a lot to do at work and then an appointment to attend before I go home.


I'll get on it as soon as I get home...


Until this evening,


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