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    I have a main panel in which external html documents are loaded in via ajax as you click on the the navigation buttons. How would I go about styling the nav links to remain in a particular state when that links corresponding document is displayed in the loader? I already have the sprites built with the three states. I just don’t know how to go about styling the "current" state.

    Here’s a link to the site in question

    Thanks in advance for any help


    I had the exact same question. I’ve been trying to do it in jquery but but I just cant get it to work.
    Would it possible if anyone could post a sample of what jquery would look like if done properly. Or any pointers/resources that would be helpful to look at.

    I would post what I have doe so far, but it’s a bit embarrassing lol, as I’m pretty newb ;)


    "ncmason" wrote:
    Are you trying to do what this site does on their homepage?

    Yeah that exactly what im trying to do accept for a navigation coded with a <ul>.

    Do you know how to do this? I trying doing it with jquery but it was to confusing :S. An example of the code would really help.


    I totally missed this scrn cast in the list. … e-body-id/

    just incase anybody was having the same problem.

    Thanks for the screen cast Chris. I wish I had seen it earlier.


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