That's a very old school approach. It was fine for mouse users but it does not work with touch screens so it's outdated. These days, it's better for usability reasons to use an onClick event trigger that opens and stays open on all devices.
If you use Bootstrap layouts, you will find relevant tooltip, popover or data-collapse tutorials online.
Nancy, I do appreciate your assistance, and I did check those links that you recommended.
I did not see what I am looking for at the W3Schools site. I had already check the site before.
I am not concerned about how dated the technique is.
The site that I am building will be on our work intranet, and only for employees using desktop
The example that I showed is exactly what I would like. I just need to be able to hover over
the specified link and then have the image pop up.
Since, it is a dated technique can you give me some instructions on how to accomplish it in
that manner. Thank you again.
Do a search for CSS disjointed rollovers. There may still be a few tuts floating around. Although I took all of mine down because I don't think people should use them anymore.