Dropdowns, how on mouse over?

On the Knowledge

http://search.support.microsoft.com/kb/c.asp

 base there are a group of items in the top right corner "Products" Support" etc.. When you place your mouse over them they turn into dropdown lists, How are these done and if Java where can I get teh code for them.
DavidNPDAsked:
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DavidNPDAuthor Commented:
So it is Java Not just a component or item choice in Frontpage?
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NickRackhamCommented:
It is Java. There is a good article on how this is done on the msdn.microst.com site but I'm still looking for it.
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mgoergenCommented:
Microsoft does not use Java for the pull-down menüs. They use mix of Javascript and so one. But it is a worse code cause it did not work with netscape.

You can use dhtml/javascript for creating that or perhaps you like that editor http://popup.jscentral.com/download.html which does exactly what you want for you. You will find the out that he produce also a good javqascript/dhtml code which could be edidt by you if you like.

The soultion to do it with dhtml is therefor a better one cause it runs with netscape and explorer
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NickRackhamCommented:
David, It is Javascript, look at the source of the page and you'll see the javascript tags and calls to the *.js files.

Nick
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DavidNPDAuthor Commented:
THanks Nick i have been going through thoase links as I get time, I have found some really interesting ones that I am planning on implementing on my page rexdivecenter.com Thank you
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