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Old 10-13-2003, 03:31 PM   #1
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hi all..quick question...lately i've been seeing a technique used on a lot of sites where you have a menu and when you mouse over one of the items in the menu, it increases in size and the other items move away from it, then when you mouse off it returns to normal size....the most recent example i've seen is at the new Kill Bill website (http://www.kill-bill.com/flash/index.html) and at the new gabocorp site (http://www.gabocorp.com/gc/). anyone know of an example of this code somewhere that i could take a look at?
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