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I have a menu on a webpage that I'm starting to develop. When the user hovers over certain menu items it pops up a horizontal menu/image. The popup is an image split via Map Area tags. The reason being is if the user clicks on the top of the image they get redirected to one link, if they click the bottom of the image they go to a different link.

My problem occurs when the user is in the popup menu and moves the cursor from Map area to Map area. The popup menu disapears when you go inbetween them Confused | :confused:

I have the meta code up and running if someone wants to take a look at it here[^] I commented the code so its easier to understand.






Heres a breakdown of the flow of code:

Someone hovers over the image:
<tr>      <td><a href="#" onMouseOver="display_menu(this,'menuLocations',-40,210,'menuMenu',0)"><img src="images/TabLocations.jpg" alt="Locations" name="Locations" width="235" height="42" border="0"></a></td>    </tr>


Which calls this JScript Sub upon onMouseOver. The Sub displays a popup image
function display_menu(parent,named,xOffset,yOffset,HideMe,HideMe2)
{				//(parent==Parent Element to popup near
				//named==the named div class popup to displyay.  
				//xOffset & yOffset == pixel offset so the menu dosent popup ontop of the parent menu. 
				//HideMe & HideMe2 == close this menu-----Used to close the other popup menus when mouse is going from parent menu to parent menu


	//get the named menu
	var menu_element = document.getElementById(named);
	//override the 'display:none;' style attribute
	menu_element.style.display = "";
	//get the placement of the element that invoked the menu...
	var placement = findPos(parent);
	//...and put the menu there
	menu_element.style.top = (placement[1] + xOffset ) +"px";
	menu_element.style.left = (placement[0] + yOffset) +"px";


Above JScript displays this Div popup:
<div class="popup" id="menuLocations" style="display:none;">
  <table width="161" height="68" border="0" align="left" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" id="Table_300">
		<tr><td><a href="#" onMouseOut="hide_menu('menuLocations')"><IMG SRC="images/TabKuCalMap.jpg" ALT="" BORDER=0 WIDTH=161 HEIGHT=68 USEMAP="#mapHome"></a></td></tr>   
    </table>
</div>


Which is split via this Map Area:
<MAP NAME="mapHome">
<area shape="rect" coords="0,0,161,34" alt="Ku_Home" href="Ku_Home.html" />
<area shape="rect" coords="0,34,68,161" alt="Cal_Home" href="Cal_Home.html" />
</MAP>




When the user is hovering in one Area and moves to the other Area the popup closes. . .
Does anyone know what I can do to debug this?
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