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CSS Flyouts - Part Two

By: John Gallant, Holly Bergevin, on Monday, April 4, 2005
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Primary Category: CSSIn the first installment of our CSS Flyouts series we looked at how to create a basic flyout navigation menu with CSS that will work in most modern browsers using the :hover pseudo-class. For our second part we promised to explain the 'sticky hovering' concept that allows a flyout menu to be 'forgiving' so that if a user mouses off a flyout a little it won't instantly vanish. CSS has no timing based rules (like JavaScript does), but CSS can be made to do some pretty amazing things, as should be clear by now. Come explore with us!

The CSS Flyouts Series:
CSS Flyouts - Part One
CSS Flyouts - Part Two
CSS Flyouts - Part Three
CSS Flyouts - Part Four

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