JQuery :: Flash Effect With Show - Hide - Mouse Pointer Isn't On The Cover Art Div Anymore
Aug 24, 2009
I would want to show a div (the information about the song) when the visitor hover on a cover art on a radio website but this div overlap the cover art with an opacity of 0.7
You can see an example here: [url]
The problem is that when the information div appears, the mouse pointer isn't on the cover art div anymore for the navigator so the information div disappears, and so on... resulting in a flash effect.
Today I am migrating my apps to jquery 1.4 (production mode), but somehow my page that use mouseposition script is doesn't work. Then i am downgrade to 1.3.2 and everything works! What the problem in my script or in 1.4. This is demos : using 1.3.2 : [URL] using 1.4 : [URL]
I'm using the simple jQuery below to hide/show either a flash video using our Brightcove account or a slideshow of images. If you click Video, the video displays. If you play the video and then click on Slideshow the video stops playing and you see the image slideshow. This works beautifully in everything but IE. If you play the video and then click on the Slideshow link, the sound of the video bleeds through the slideshow. I've used conditional commenting to remove the object using $("object").remove(); but I'm not sure how to restore the object.
With the following code I can change the mouse pointer. However, if you click in Mozilla (with IE it works perfect) on 'Show hourglass' the mouse pointer changes only if you move the mouse at least on pixel.
I'm making a webpage for a little embedded device with a touch screen. I don't want the mouse pointer to be visible until the user clicks on a link in which case the mouse pointer should change to an hour glass until the new page is displayed (the device is rather slow so the user needs to get some feedback while waiting). code...
This properly hides the cursor after the first page is loaded but it doesn't display the hour glass when I click on the link. Any ideas what I'm doing wrong?
I would like to change cursor to pointer when mouse is over li element and it works until mouse gets over input or label element. I want to have pointer alse when mouse is over label or input in li elment.
Im having a bit of trouble with the bounce show effect from jquery ui. To see what I mean, check out my development site. Anytime you modify a part in this computer builder, the rigth side gets updated. Right now its removing and adding list items. Problem is when click items too fast, the animation doesnt finish and the next item gets bumped lower and lower.
For simplicity and debugging, I attempt to display an apple when the mouse passes over the center of an image.In IE, the mouseover hand shows as the mouse passes over the center of the image and the apple is displayed.In FF, the mouseover hand shows as the mouse passes over the center of the image but the apple does not display.(By the way, I'm certain the showhide function is fine,
I wanted to see if it would be possible to create an effect similar to a flash effect on a website. If you visit parkwoodonline.org and scroll down to the bottom, you will notice the little clover on the left hand side. If you hover over it, it fades in "made by clover" with a clickable link. If you move the mouse, it fades back into the clover. Would an animation like this be possible using jQuery? If so, how would I go about doing it?
I have a simple hide and fadeIn. When you rollover a word it will reveal the definition. The problem I am having is if you move the mouse around quickly from one word to the next word sometimes it gets hung up and a definition will not hide. The result gives this hanging defintion and whatever the other definition the mouse is rolledover.
Here is the code I'm using:
There are about 70 words in a box with the definition being reveals on the right hand side. Is there a way of making sure there is always only one definition being shown?
Is there a way of displaying the id of the element under the pointer ?
Please dont ask why I need it, but I do, i found tools that needs installation that provide the same funcitonality. However, I would like to turn on this feature using a flag in my url. Something like debug=1.
My company just redid our web site...http:[url]....
We know we have a few kinks to work out, but one of them that I can't figure out involves the top nav... It is grows and shrinks when you scroll updown, and during that process flickers where ever there is flash behind it. Likewise, there is a loading gif that we put in when you change pages, and it also flickers.It only seems to be on FF on PC or Mac.I've already tried messing with solid background colours, and z-indexs on the container that's flickering and that doesn't seem to do it.