I am using superfish menu on the site below. http:[url]...when I go through the sub menus. parent menu item's "a color" turns into white again but not background color. then nothing is seen. I want it to stay as first hover condition (white bg and black text) when I walking through sub menus. I cannot override it.
have been trying to rework this to call additional, independent sets of colors to cycle through (so it would loop thru a set of grays, a set of primary colors, etc). I would use perhaps a different function name in the HTML to call different sets of colors. If this is more complex than I think it is, I think 3 sets would be plenty. demo link of script in current state at bottom)
I have a div whose hover color is initially set through a CSS style sheet, but have found that if I change the background through a script, the hover is wiped out. Here's how I'm changing the colornode.style.backgroundColor = '#00FF00';Later on, I need to restore the normal color and have the hover still work. Is there any way to programatically reinstate the h
I have a form which contains FOUR text fields (e.g. TEXTFIELD1, TEXTFIELD2, TEXTFIELD3 & TEXTFIELD4). Each text field holds a HEX,DEC color value. ABOVE this form I have a table with TWO ROWS (ROW1 and ROW2). ROW1 should correspond with TEXTFIELD1, so that when the VALUE in TEXTFEILD1 is changed the background color of ROW1 will change to match the HEX,DEC VALUE entered in TEXTFIELD1. The same would happen with TEXTFIELD2 and ROW2. TEXTFIELD3 should be used to change the color of the TEXT inside ROW1 and TEXTFIELD4 should change the color of the TEXT in ROW2. I also wanted to know if it would be possible to achieve this without clicking any button.
------------------------------------------------------------------ | ROW1 | TEXT IN ROW 1 ------------------------------------------------------------------ | ROW2 | TEXT IN ROW 2 ------------------------------------------------------------------
TEXTFIELD1 <----HEXDEC VALUE GOES HERE to change color of ROW1---->[code]....
I'm wondering if it's possible to add a specific amount of color to an already existing color. I'm using php to set a background color to add div; $background = 'background-color: rgb(' . $job['color'] . ')'; But now I want to make the background color a little lighter when the user hovers it, just changing the opacity of the entire div is not possible.
So I was thinking, if my value is like this: r: 100 g: 200 b: 240 Is it then possible to add a specific amount of red to it?
I am working on a registration page.I did all the validation but facing problem during username validation.when a user enter email id in the textbox,it first check whether it is present in database or not.. if not present "register successfully" otherwise "email exists"
i doesnt have id or class name because i generated it dinamically in xslt.
When i click over it, shows a hidden div that contains other "a id=''close" tag, the idea is change the background color of the first anchor when i click on the close button. But i dont know how i can set the it up. how i can get wich anchor i have been clicked and change.
I have a small script that changes the background color of my page from white to grey when the user clicks a button.at the moment it works fine accept for when the user tries to navigate to another page (on my website) after changing the background color.if a user changes the background color to grey and than tries to view another page, the background color becomes white again.is there any way to make the change only controlled by the button?my head code looks like this (at least the relevant parts):
Basically, I have some buttons that toggle background color but I would also like a button to toggle all, to clear all, and to color all. My code only has 3 buttons set up but I just need help with the toggle all, clear all, and color all buttons. I'm not sure how to have it check if the cells are colored already and to then make them white or vice versa.
I am unable to set the background colors using a variable as a selector on id's that contain a space ' ' or forward slash '/'. Is there any way to accomplish this? May be my escaping the spaces or forward slashes?
id='Income Range' Does not work id='Debit Card Holder' Does not work id=' Credit Card Holder' Does not work id='Credit Risk' Does not work
I have a container <div> with a link inside of it. What I need to do is change the background of the <div> and the color of the link text at the same time.I can change the color of the link when I hover over it, but not when I hover over the <div>I have columns of links and each column is the width of the longest link so there are some links with "space" to the right of the link. When that "space" is hovered over the background of the div changes but not the color of the link text.The menulinkbox is the container and there are, for example, 4 columns with 4 rows in each column. When I hover over a column + row I want the menulinkbox's background to change *and* the color of the <a> text to change.
I've been using Mike Alsup's Cycle plugin on a large number ofprojects, and one of the most recent ones is giving me trouble in IE.In this example, the slide container seems to have a background colorapplied to it, and there is neither a background property added to itnor is there any background property in the CSS for the slide elementor its children. I finally decided to recreate the effect from scratchto make sure it wasn't some strange IE bug or the markup, and the from-scratch version works no problem. Here are the two examples, both arein the "past lectures" module:[URL]