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Hi,

I had made the menu for the application. But what i want is onmouseover of any option, the submenu will get visible and the menu header gets highlighted.

what i did is :

onmouseover event of any option, like here the option is users, i made submenu visible by calling users_onmouseover() funtion of my js.

but i also want to change the background-color of the <th> tag i used, on this onmouseover event. i tried to do it, but not able to do.
please help.

Thanks for reading it and guiding me.

Regards,
Yogesh
 
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Can I ask why are you reinventing the wheel? There are plenty of menus out there that are done and work and are accessible. Yours is not and I only see one line of it. You need to make your code smart enough that says onmouseout, am I on the sub? Yes, keep backgroun, no remove it.

Eric

 
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