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http://www.jmhmarket.net.tf

This is the test site of a website I am working on, the final product will be posted on http://www.jmhmarket-cafe.com/

On the right side is the navigation. I would like a sub menu to pop out when you hover over a topic in the menu, much like found on this site: (its my friend's school's website) http://www.ehshouston.org.

This site is being done in Dreamweaver 8 Pro: Student and Teachers Edition. If any1 knows how to do this and make it happen, can you please help me out?

Thanks
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Problem Solved! THANK YOU!!
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Your menu kind of works funny, when the sub menu appears you can't just go down to the next menu item. You have to make it go away first.

You could try http://www.cssplay.c...us/flyoutt.html it works a lot better.
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K. I'll try it and see what it does for me =P
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Yeah, I tried it and liked it much better, but I am actually doing some designer work for somebody right now and they said to keep with the first drop down. It's not my call, but if it were I like the one that popped out to the side.
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Yeah, I tried it and liked it much better, but I am actually doing some designer work for somebody right now and they said to keep with the first drop down. It's not my call, but if it were I like the one that popped out to the side.

Funny decision, you could edit that one though to make it go down not out to the side. Bit of work though.

That example uses CSS as apposed to JavaScript like your using. Some people disable JavaScript as it can be a security threat. So for them the menu will not work.
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