JQuery :: Onmouseover Style Effect For Entire Div?
Sep 17, 2009
I want to fade in a background image when the mouse runs over a div and make it disappear when the mouse exits.
I was looking for sugestions as how to best achieve this as I've found the onmousover and onmouseout solution to be pretty crap (ok for a single element like an image or something) for elements that contain other elements.
I've set up a jsfiddle here [URL]I've been working to reduce my problem to the basics, the end application is a bit more complex and I'm pulling data into the array dynamically using a query from our BI tool.
I'm trying to get the hidden div's to show/animate using the mousedown on the outer DIV. The second example (Belknap2) works (just click the div) because I've typed the code into the mouseover (which is the same text which the variable x results in).
When I try to make this a bit more dynamic, e.g., by calling the variable rather than typing the expression into the mouseover in the first example, it doesn't run.
What I want to do is: when the user hovers over (OnMouseOver) "post" div: ".title" spans's background color fades from black to red. when the user hovers out (OnMouserOut) "post" div: ".title" spans's background color fades back to black.
The code works, except when the user hovers over any "post" div, all "title" span change color. So my question is, how do I target the code to address ONLY the "title" span in the "post" div that is in hover state?
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.
My understanding had been that $.css("width") would return the original user selected style, eg "100%" or "10em", and $.width() returned the computed width, always in "px". Not so, following the code through for .css(), it calls something called getComputedStyle and the only difference between the two functions turns out to be a post-fix of "px" on the .css() result - not very useful. I need to know whether my user has called me with a proportional dimension, or a fixed one. How to tell with jQuery?
This is probably quite a simple problem but I can't figure out the answer. I'm working on a site that has news stories and events coming in. What I would like is to have the news stories to be styled with squares and events with discs for instance. I might be able to change the actual plug-in so the CSS affects this change, but I just wondered how I could change the list-style-type with jQuery.
I've got a quick question about jQuery's slideDown method. Unfortunately, I can't think of any sites that have this at the moment, but you know how some sites have a menu that has an entire div (or table) slide down when you hover over an element? And then you have the sites that slide down either the same thing or just a bunch of <li>'s? How can the effect of sliding down the entire div be achieved? The animation looks completely different from my site (which I will provide below). I will edit my post if I can remember the sites that have this, but for now, I can only provide my site which has the "rolling down" or "sliding down <li> tags" effect: [URL]
I was trying to modify the code-slider plugin so that it would scroll panels that were the size of the entire screen. (the demo on the jquery site has it moving panels that are rather small). So I thought all I had to do was take each div that sandwiches the panel (several are nested) and set their width in code to be the width of the monitor. It did not work.
So I simplified the code to show here. I just have the divs, and their css, and the code that sets them to the width of the screen.
Here's the entire code, css, and html (its not long):
We want the panel to extend the width of the page, and eventually also figure out how to make it extend the height of the page. Then we want to put a menu on top which will scroll from panel to panel, where each panel covers the entire page. The menu would have absolute positioning, so it would stay on top.
i want to load my entire front page with jquery, after a button is hit. Something like redirect to front-page.
I've already got the handler on the button, that executes document.location.href = '/index.php' Its working, but i'd like to make its behave like(pseudocode): $.ajax('/index.php') or: $.load('/index.php')
Is that possible, and if it is, how can i do that?
I want to be able to click in at table row, then it'll make the whole row editable, each cell from that row will have a text field; it will allow me to edit an entire row at once.I installed jEditable and it's working. I can edit ONE cell at a time. I just don't know how to edit an entire row at once.
I want to display an element underneath (zindex) the entire body.so I want to move the entire dom from the body node into an absolutediv (top/left 0/0) , then create a new div with that element withlower zindex and place it under the "body" div.how do I best do that with jquery?
My code currently uses $(this).find("photos").each(function() to get each of the photos, and that works fine.However, the list of photos can be quite large, and I really don't need them all -I'd like to just "grab" the one or two photos I know I need based on the id and size attributes. Is this possible without going thru the entire list?
If i have two web pages, say A and B. If I use ajax to load A into a div located within B what would this do considering that both pages have doctype, html, head, etc.? Would this cause a problem or would I be better off parsing out the section of A that I want to include in B?