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  1. Hi, I'm new on here, and looking for some help with HTML, CSS code for how to add mouseOver to an Image with mutliple areas on the same image so that when you hover over certain areas on the diagram, it displays text. I have used plugins for this type of thing where you add hotspots to the image which is fine but not what I'm looking for with this particular project. This website has the sort of thing I'm after - see the interactive graphic on the 'Our Process' page - http://www.moffatts.com/#url I have very basic understandig of html, and css but I'm learning loads on W3Schools!
  2. Hello internet. I am having trouble with iPads rendering of my menu bars. I have created a menu bar using .menu class with hover capabilities for a three level menu. It works great except I can’t seem to find out how to hide the second and third level menus within the top level menu for safari. I was able to hide them within the .menu class I created for IE but iPads are showing all three levels of the menu on startup. Please help... This is a sample of how I hid the second level within the top level.menu ul ul {visibility:hidden; position:absolute;height:0;top:31px;left:0; width:149px;border-top:1px solid #000;}I defined the menu bar as:<div class="menu"><ul><li>..etc... and closed the menu bar with </li></ul></div>
  3. Hello Internet. I have been doing some looking around and there are some really complicated ways of doing mouseover events but I really don't think I need anything all that complicated. I would like to simply highlight a button when you place the mouse over the button. I know I have to use a mouseover event but everything seems like more than I need and I can't find ANYTHING that simply highlights a single button. Please help.
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