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I have attempted to search for the answer to my question but without any luck. I don't know the correct term to use. What do you call a small info window that opens up on a webpage when the cursor moves over a particular link. The original page stays there but the small info window only stays open while the cursor is on the link. Is this concept possible in iWeb? Thanks. Mike
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Its called a dropdown and I have tried making one on iweb but I have had no luck. But that doesn't mean its impossible. Im sure someone will tell you how eventually.

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What do you call a small info window that opens up on a webpage when the cursor moves over a particular link.
Can you post an example screenshot, that way we don't have to guess?

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Is this concept possible in iWeb?
Probably not, AFAIK, iWeb isn't behavior friendly, if you want more advanced features you can learn xHTML/CSS/JS yourself, but if you’re still needing a WYSIWYG, you might take a look at RealMac's RapidWeaver
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