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    Does any one know how this guy pulled this off?

    I'm designing a site and I'd like to employ the same sort of nav. The type that scrolls against.... scrolling to a point. If anyone can point me in the right direction I'd be very appreciative. Thanx.

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    Looks like just css.

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    I guess you can realize this with css. A hidden div that becomes visible when you hover another.

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    I saw a good jquery plugin recently for a floating menu, which used solid coloured sections for the header/footer/content sections as a part of the demo.

    If that one can't be found though, there are plenty of other examples.
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    It's not CSS as the first two repliers have wrongly stated. If you scroll to the bottom of the source code (where most JavaScript should appear), it's actually a jQuery effect to have fixed positioning "float" down to the point where it runs out of baseline space and at that point it fixes itself in position. I'm not sure of the exact effect being used but I've also seen it used through jQuery in the past. I would perhaps Google for partial-scrolling menu or something.

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    Thanks for the help guys.


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