how to change images based on action. Even clicking changed images should do respective actions. and while displaying only one image at a time sholud get displayed. I am using three images for a single column of a table in Jsp. Code:
But when the button is clicked, nothing will call the showCaption() function again, and I can't figure out how to call that function as the images advance. I have tried a lot of things with a lot of weird results, one being the tne next caption will display in a blank browser window, without the Webpage! I'm not sure why that happens, but I have a clue.
Is there an easier way to do what I want to do? I only want to show a few lines of text that will describe each image. Seems simple enough to me, but I'm just too new to make it work.
I am currently working on a new tool that changes the websites header based on the option from the navigation list the user clicked on, so far so good.But now I want to make this easy to maintain so that the class name of the list retrieves an image from the folder with the exact same name, so eventually I would only have to insert the option and the image is automatically loaded.
I have a grid of images. For the sake of my question, let's say there are different categories of images: cats, dogs and cars. All images belong to one of these categories, but all are different. When the page is loaded, all images have their opacity lowered to 0.7.
So far I've got:
What I'd like to achieve is that when you hover the mouse over a picture of any dog, all images with a class of "dogs" have their opacity adjusted to1.
I've been going out of my mind trying to get this to work, and now I'm out of time! It seems like it *SHOULD* be simple! All I am trying to do is get all of the <li> items that belong to a particular UL ID, and change the class name onmouseover. I've cut down the code to bare-bones to try and isolate the problem. I can get it to work if I use unique IDS for each list element, but that seems silly. The latest piece of code I am working with:
When I hover over a row it changes to the color I am after just fine but I want it so that if I click a row, it stays that hover color.
Is thre an easy way to accomplish this using JS on it's own or even Jquery? So if I click on a table row, it is set to the same color as the hover state. if I click on another row, it removes the old one and highlights a new one?
how to change getElementById to a 'class' equivalent? This script works, however, I need to use it 3 times on a page but it uses ID instead of class. The two IDs that I wrap around the images that would scroll are: #marqueecontainer and #vmarquee.
I have a website, two divs. The right div is fixed position.However when the user browser window, is less than the height of the div, i need it to be no longer fixed, but to scroll with the rest of the page.I imagine the logic to be the following:
-detect div#right height
-if window-height is less than div#right height. change div class to xxx
-if window-height is greater than div#right height. div class stays at yyy
(must update window-height everytime window is resized)