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'm using a simple script that moves a DIV from one location to another when the user mouses over it. The problem is, I want the user to have to click the div for it to move and then click it agin to move it back. I've been trying to find a simple solution without luck. Code:
I have a nice little script that changes a company's logo (displayed in a side bar) when the user mouses over a part of an image map.
Here is the basic code:
My question is, how can I get three different images (company logo, weekly price chart and monthly price chart - all of which are in an image folder on my server) to change on this one mouseover event. I tried replicating the function three times and altering each function's name but that ended up screwing the whole thing up.
OK, been banging my head with this for a while. I have a dynamic sitewhere we get a list of elements from the database, we identify theseitems with id numbers and encoded get strings. So I'm trying to getstyle changes to take affect with jquery and it really just doesn'twork.I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong. Here is the source code:
I am attempting to change the style after the user has loaded the page(every x number of seconds) but the element just doesn't seem to berefreshing. I have done all of the checking, and it seems like it ischanging it but it isn't showing that on the page.
How to change style on a series of divs (with similar structure but different content) *only if* all the children are visible (that's using visibility, not display). Sample div: <div class="h"> <p class="a1">text</p> <p class="b2">more text></p> <p class="b3">text text</p> <p class="a4">text...</p> <p class="link_display_none_visibility_visible">div name</p></div> I think it needs to use contents(), but not sure about handling node numbers.
Is there a way to pervent it from runing onload the second time?
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.