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    CSS Image rollovers

    Hi Guys,

    I was hoping someone could tell me (or point me in the direction of some good instructions) how to setup multiple CSS image rollovers...

    This is what I need: I've made a simple web control panel at work, with icons for quick remote consoling to our various servers (to save clicking and typing in the user id all the time). What I'd like to happen now is, when you hover over one of these icons for more than, say, half-a-second, a new graphic appears on the other side of the page displaying what that particular server does, what it's IP address is etc etc.

    Is that possible? I'd prefer to use CSS rather than use a Javascript, but if that's the only way then I will.

    Thanks for your time,
    Chris L

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    A delay is only possible by using a JavaScript rollover.
    For css: http://meyerweb.com/eric/css/edge/popups/demo2.html
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    Thanks Fang, that is almost entirely perfect!!

    Using the example in the link you provided, what would I need to change to use two graphics (one icon for the original link, and one new one to appear somewhere else)? Can I have one IMG within the <a> tags to click on and another for the rollover?

    Thanks again,
    Chris.

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    Give the link(s) a background image.
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