JQuery :: Displaying An Image On Mouse Click Location?
Jul 28, 2010
So I have an image, id="image", and I have coordinates and some other stuff feeding out of it into an array on a mouse click. Now what I want is for a small image to appear on the place where the mouse is clicked as well. I was told jQuery would be able to do this?
I am in the process of developing a website. I would like to use some images. The image should zoom on mouse over and mouse click i.e the image should zoom to h:100*W:100 on mouse over and on mouse click it should be zoomed to h:1000*w:1000. Also I would like to change the mouse over image and mouse click image before zooming.
I am still designing the website and want some flexibility. I am capturing the mouse clicks fine on top of an image, but the coordinates are absolute and not relative to the image. How can I capture mouse clicks relative to the image so that I can move the image anywhere in my website?
I've searched though the forum and can't find an exact solution for disabling the right-hand mouse-click only on images (not text) on a webpage. I have some code that will do the job but I need some help with it. I realise that you can't stop people taking anything from webpages, so the aim of the following code is to provide an inoffensive way of reminding people that images have a copyright, and it leaves the right-hand mouse-click working for the rest of the page.
How do I change the following js code to run completely in an external js file? I already have the following code in an external file, but for this code to work each XHTML page has to have <body placed in it. I want to get rid of the bit because the XHTML files do not validate though the W3C validation system with it placed in the page. Code:
Is there a trigger in JQuery that occurs when the user either:1 - clicks the left mouse button and moves the mouse upOR2 - clicks the left mouse button and moves the mouse down?mouseup() and mousedown() are only for clicking the button. I need a trigger that includes both the left mouse click and movement of the mouse up or down occurring simutaneously
I want to create a webpage that has a grid of 8 images displayed on the left side of the page. All the images are "dimmed" by default and when the user moves their mouse over an image, it lightens to its normal state. What I want to do is when they hover the mouse over an image, display a chunk of text in thearea to theright of the image grid. Essentially, the images act as a kind of menu and when the mouse hovers I want some details to be displayed. Ideally, I want to format the text to make it look good - so am not sure if it would be better to create an image containing my text and display this image when the mouse hovers.
I'm try to hide the title of some links on a web page. I'm using the title property of some links to pass a description of the images linked to a lightbox script. These descriptions are long and formatted in HTML so I don't want them displaying when people put there mouse over the links.
The objective is to have an image fade to another one progressivly while the mouse is over, when its not it fades back to the original, whether or not it faded to the target completely or not. That is, if it takes 1 second to fade completely to the other image, and you take your mouse off it at 0.5 seconds, it will begin to fade back to the original. I have a problem where I want to give this ability to multiple images (thumbnails) on a page, without having reams and reams of code and instead just have one function accomadate any number of images.
I've got to have a typo somewhere, but i can't seem to find it. I need a new pair of eyes to point it out for me. background: trying to code a mouseover link for a nav bar. everything is working( hyperlink, normal image shows up) but when i mouse over the image swap doesn't happen.
I have 2 parts of code. 1st preloads images and does the swap function. loads in <head> See below:
I need to toggle 2 function on mouse click, I am posting my work below
In my domain [URL] when you click @ current work. you find a T-shirt with a Page flip
When I click the Page Flip I need to detail about the product and again on flip the image should return back but now when I click the flip the img is hiding and its displaying the description but I lost the flip icon
I need to return back the img on clicking again the page flip.
I'm trying to cancel out a mouse click event on a specific div so that it does nothing, (although there is a link to a pdf in the div that needs to work). this div's container div is an overlay has a jQuery function assigned to it that fades it out, but it fades out itself and this contaned div, (the one that i want to cancel the mouse click event), how can i do this?!?
I have gotten my script to do exactly what I want it to do with one exception. I have some thumbnail images that people can mouse over and the actual image is 100px by 75px. That is what I use for my thumbnail and they reside in www.website.com/images/thumbs/image1.jpg. I have the large version of the image that resides in www.website.com/images/image1.jpg. Its actual size is 640px by 480. When I mouse over my thumbnail, I don't want the thumbnail to appear for the larger image, I want the large image to appear instead? Let me know if you need ellaboration.
i am pretty new to jquery and hope this is the right place to ask. my problem is the following. when i mouseover a certain element on a page, i want that a certain image is displayed in the top right corner of the page, no matter where the it is currently scrolled. how can i achieve that?
The page I'm creating is [URL] In IE7, the slideshow works fine until you get to a td which contains two img's. Then when you click you get a generic "invalid argument" error. You keep getting that until you mouse off the button and back on. Then you can click to advance the slideshow again. IE7 is the only browser where this happens.
This jQuery-script is simple, I think, you understand, how it works. The my goal is: Then I click on item in the "items" block the item is moving to "basket" item. And, then I click on item in "basket" the item is moving to items" block. And, problem is: then I quickly (double mouse click) click on item, it clones to "basket" (or "items") block more than 1 times. I think, this problem occurs until fadeOut() animation isn't end ...