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Need a drop down menu for some of my top row buttons

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I need an easy to implement and customize (as I am not a coder) drop down menu for a few of the top row buttons on this site (still under developent):

http://michaelbehr.com/foundlogic/home6-sliced.html

I don't want to buy one. Thank you.
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Or use some Drop Down menu online builder. For example this one:
http://cssmenumaker.com/css-drop-down-menu

Select menu you like, customize it and inject to the site.
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What I'm needing is an image based drop down menu. I have a nav bar that has a rollover function for each image and I need a drop down menu for a couple of the images. I'm finding plenty of 'pure css drop down menus' but no easy to understand or implement for image based drop downs.

The code for the nav bar is attached.

Need some help.

TopNavBar2.html
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Ok, I got it to work by inserting css code into my html, however, it doesn't work IE. It does in Firefox.

Any ideas?
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Figured it out myself
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because I figured it out myself
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