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Hi Bob, take a look at this website: http://meyerweb.com/eric/css/
edge/popups/demo.html run your mouse over the links and watch below
the links. Is that like what you wanted to do? I've never tried it
with large amounts of text, but I have it setup on a test site with a
little info about the link for which they would click on.
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On Aug 25, 2006, at 6:10 PM, Robert Tilley wrote:
> I have a menu on my site that points to various HTML files. These
> files have
> a description of each menu item. In a previous version of my site,
> each menu
> item would open the description file within a frame in the window.
> Can someone please tell me if the following is possible with CSS?
> I would
> like a selection of a menu item to put the description in a vacant
> block on
> the page. This would be similar to having a menu selection trigger a
> database access that would put the returned text into a HTML field.
> No way appears possible to me, but then I am truly a Newbie-
> Beginner at CSS
> Thanks, Bob
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