Oh boy, this turned out to be lot more to it than I thought. What I am trying to do is this. I have a image which has underlined text on it in upper right corner. That image is in content surrounded by
So I developed absolutely positioned div called accessory1 to surround that text on image with on hover.
Then, in HTML I have this:
Where the content is I want user to see. Obviously that’s not doing it and I know nothing about js which drives that thing.
I got it from Foundation grid and customized it quite a bit.
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@andy_unleash, Ok Andy, we were brainstorming this here for past half an hour or so and decision was made that we will brake up that page to 4 different pages instead using tabs to manipulate content for presentation depending on the product category in those tabs. I see lot more benefit to that than what we have currently on. Lighter pages, no need for js, navigate from one page to another from within the content of each page anyway you like or if needed. Each page will get descriptive url applicable to the product category presented instead just one url like orders or shopping cart and last, pages will be less weight then the current 70kb one page design. Cheers.