I'm working on a couple of pages that look like this: [URL] As the visitor mouses over the month name, the image to the right is supposed to change to show the cover of that month's magazine issue. The onmouseover/onmouseout code has been working fine for months, but I recently added a couple new JS elements to the page, and now when the visit stops hovering over Sep/Oct, the image doesn't change.
I'm thinking that the way to fix this is by converting this action to jQuery, which is loaded on the page anyway, but I'm struggling to get a concise expression of what I want to happen. That is, I can do it by brute force with dozens of lines of code, but there must be a better way.
It appears to me, from experimenting with IE6 and Moz 5, that the event is generated *only* on the lowest element, thus given a table which contains tbody, tr and tds, with an onmouseover listener assigned to the table element (as a property), the onmouseover event is generated only for the td, although the mouse actually entered all these elements.
If there is a slight gap between elements you sometimes get events for the higher element. I guess this is a side-effect of the browser's implementation - sampling the mouse position.
This is probably very simple but I really cant find the answer. I have a text box, and I am wanting the same mouseover and onclick functionality as Money Supermarket; [URL]... When I rollover the text box/table row then I want the area to display one colour and when I roll off then it goes back to normal. However, when I click on it I also want it to display the colour and remain that way until I click another element. How do I achieve this?
I have a menu with a div displaying onmouseover, and hiding onmouseout, it works great except in IE if I click on the <select> tag, it triggers the mouseout event, interestingly enough the same does not happen when I click on a text field..
This is obviously not the real code, it's just to give you an idea, I don't think I can post the real code, cuz it's really long and complicated...
I'm using the prototype framework, and I'd like to keep it that way if possible...
I'm using code below to run a function when the user move the mousepointer from within a DIV and outside it:The idea is that that mousepointer motion shall hide the DIV.
document.getElementById(theID).onmouseout = hideDiv; if (document.getElementById(theID).captureEvents) document.getElementById(theID).captureEvents(Event.MOUSEOUT);
It kind of works, but the problem is that if I move the mousepointer to fast out of the DIV then it will not trigger.The div in question has some elements within it, and originally it was allmost fully covered by those element... and then the onmouseout did not work that good....So I had to create some padding for the div to make it detect the onmouseout better... kind of work... but sometimes failes to trigger on the onmouseout.That padding also make the div not look that good ... so would like to get rid of all the padding as well, and make it work, if possible.I have tested this in the following browsers and get pretty much same behaviour in them all:IE8, Firefox (latest), Chrome (latest), Safari for win (latest beta)...
What I want is that everytime the user does a mouseover on Contact he can see the info on class para1. When he does a mouseover on Description he can see para2. Then on More he can see para 3. Yet if he wants to see the description he can do so. Once he is out of the popupbox description the popup box should disappear.I am trying, on a mouseout, display nothing. Yet if the user hovers over Description he will be able to see the para2 and if he hovers over More he will be able to see para 3. If he doesnt hover any of those then the popupbox doesnt display for any of the three.
I am putting together a simple bubble tooltip that I want to delay the hiding of so that the user can click on the href link created in the bubble if they want to. The script is called like this;
<img src="images/dscf0225.jpg" alt="" width="160" height="120" style="border: none" onmouseout="$('#bubble_tooltip').delay(2000).hide(10);" onmouseover="showme('Click the image to visit <a href=www.yahoo.com>Yahoo</a>', this);"/>
Everything works fine when there is only one instance of the call on a page. If there are multiple instances of the call, there is a bad reaction to each subsequent call. Here is a demo of what I mean, rollover the first image then just roll-out, the delay works as designed. But if you roll-out of one image into another, the delay fires the first onMouseOut on the second image. [URL] Do I need a Return True or something in my call?
I am struggling to get a test to return answers in jquery, I have attched my files in the zip named Turbo. As you can see with the 2 files, the test works fine returning a answer which is in a picture format dependant on how many radio buttons are clicked yes, the results page is wrote with php.
I have a link to append a new table with the same fields. What I would like to do is when I click on "Append new table" link, I would like to convert all the existing fields in the table in a single row instead of displaying them by columns. Can somebody give me some inputs on how I could go about implementing it
1. This works fine as long as the text field contains default text. But if I leave the textfield blank by default, the hover method can't detect the span and will not convert it to textfield. Is there some way I can create the textfield blank and yet make hover() work? 2. After I place mouse over the span and enters some value in the textfield, I move the mouse cursor onto the button and clicks it. At this moment, the span has a an id='title' and so $("#title").val() should get the entered text.
However ,the alert shows empty string of length=0. I tried this ,without moving the mouse cursor out of textfield and clicked the button using TAB-Enter.This time the alert shows the correct entered text. Why is this happening? Shouldn't the $("#title") be able to get the span element with id=title and .val() retrieve its text?
jQuery noob here, so I apologize in advance if this question has been asked before. My situation is this: I have a string of HTML that I've extracted from my document and passed into jQuery to manipulate as such:
Code: var pageEl = document.getElementById("ElementId"); var contentToProcess = pageEl.innerHTML; // pre-process contentToProcess... var jQueryContent = $(contentToProcess);
A Runtime Error has occurred. Line 395 Error: 'className' is null or not an object
now... am i right when i say the error is coming from the appropriate onMouseUp function not being sent anything and it is trying to set it to className??
I mean i don't have a className! SO WHAT IS IT??? Basicly some one is either going to know what i am talking about, or have some low level .js include experience with the DHTML editing component.
Does anyone know why the onmouseout isn't working in the following? I've just started the script (tho I'm sure I've spent over 40hrs on this problem alone) and am trying to get just 2 buttons working before I add the other 4. I'm absolutely mystified by the sticky onmouseout.
I've combined a couple of scripts that I've found in the newsgroup to accomodate the mouseovers and "active" button action. Only 1 button can be active at a time. Code: