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Dynamically Positioned Layers by Mouse Position

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( Page 1 of 3 ) One method of providing additional options to users is to present a menu that displays itself when necessary, such as when users click or just hover over an item. This article explains how to produce such a DHTML menu, which dynamically positions itself where the user s mouse is. There are many situations where user experience can be improved on a website by using dynamic menus. These can be created and used in a variety of ways, but I m going to use a layer or <div>...n


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