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Navigation Hover Effects with CSS Sprites

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In this Micro Tutorial viewers will learn how to create navigation buttons that change on rollover, using CSS
(Continuation of the CSS Image Sprite tutorial)

Video Steps

1. Create a parent ID for all the list items - Specify position: absolute and display: block

2. Style all the links in the parent ID to have equal height and display:block as well

3. Specify IDs for each icon - For each ID, specify the width of the icon and the left-position of it - Set the image as the background of the list item, but specify the location of the icon within the image

4. Specify a:hover properties for each ID - Copy the background property of the original IDs, just adjust the y coordinate

5. Set up the list in HTML - Use an unordered list with the parent ID and list items with the IDs created for each icon

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