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What's the best and easiest way to implement this onto a website by someone (me) with no JavaScript knowledge.

Basically, upon rollover of the button, I just want a list of links to list down.

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If you search in google, then you will be able to find many ways to do this... ie they give you the script and its really easy to customize. I will look for you, but letting you know that much incase I can't find it as I am in class right now.

EDIT: Ok didn't take me that long... here is your link:
http://www.dynamicdrive.com/dynamici...pmenuindex.htm

there are more, however I just gave you that one.
Google : Javascript drop down menu or dhtml drop down menu to get more scripts.

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CSS will take care of it in all browsers except IE6 which requires csshover.htc http://www.xs4all.nl/~peterned/csshover.html

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Thanks for your help! Spot on!
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