JQuery :: Mouseover Effect - When Mouseover A Div And H4 Within Will Change Properties
Jan 23, 2010
What trying to achieve is to have a div which when you mouseover a div and h4 within will change properties.This is working but when you mouseover the div and pass over either the border of the containing div or the h4 text the animate/fadeTo repeat again. Is someone able to tell what Im doing wrong? Also you may notice the function is effecting more than one container div at a time which is not what Im going for.
Is there a way to seperate them like this or somehow?
i have a image around 995x700. and i'm about to change up a couple things on a site i'm working on and want to add a mouseover event (or something like that) to it. i certain areas, i would like the user to mouse over and see a new image rise up in front of the existing image, and then go away when they "mouse off" (i guess that's the term). i know there is a possible way through jscript or ajax.
i am trying to do a mouseover effect with some images inside an unordered list. i have a lot of divs in my html (some are generated) but its fairly straight forward. i have tried all sorts of variations on my jquery code below but cannot get it to alert me. i am not sure if the other div containers matter at all or not.
There is an effect I would like to do but I don't know how it is done. To see something like it go to:[URL].. then mouseover the right side items under "most recently". It seems like there is a dt link which when mouseover occurs the dd data is presented.
Hover effect is painfully slow IE (only IE) and table mouseover causes very high processor usage When you move the mouse over table elements flash animation stutters/pauses (making flash banners impossible)
You can se the page here: fondovi (http://investa.hr/fondovi) (there's a flash animation on the right side of the page (light grey/blue color))
i am looking for a tutorial or example file i can download that features the following mouseover effect: [URL] i have tried googling for tutorials and have tried to view source on the above page but when pasted into dreamweaver i cannot seem to get the effect to work.
I've tested across IE7,Firefox, Chrome, Safari and the only browser I experience this issue in is Opera. I have 3 icons at the bottom of the page (facebook, rainbow, charity logo) and on mouseover the whole site expands downwards (it's not supposed to do that). I've googled for reasons why it would do this but have found none. [URL]...
I am trying to accomplish two things on this demonstration page.
1. Have a image slideshow
2. On mouseover the slideshow temporarily stops and a caption comes up and stays until mouseout. At which point the slideshow begins again.
Currently right now the slideshow cycles, but the caption part is erratic. It shows on document load and also continues to show on mouseout. Furthermore if you mouseover the image several times it and then move away it keeps firing.
Code: <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/strict.dtd">
I would like to add a mouseover script to several different images e.g. Manufacturer logos which would cause a background image to change accordingly. There are eight different logos which would refer to eight background images respectively. I have found several scripts which cause the image which has the mouseover to change but not any which cause a different image to change.
My page layout is as follows: Body > wrapper > header > 3 columns >footer
I want to put my links for my navigation in the 1st column div and on mouseover change the background image in the centre column div. the following script works well, but changes the document body background as you can see from the code.
Here is a link to my page:[URL].. As you can see, you cannot click on the link in the main content area because the menu is on a higher z-index than the content. I need a way for the content to be on a higher z-index than the menu until the menu is hovered over, in which case the z-index of the menu will be higher.
I've got a series of buttons as .gif images. Under these buttons there are small single-word descriptions, as CSS text. Is there a way to pass with the mouse over the image and - while doing this - make bold, change the color or highlight the text below the image? I know it would be simpler just to get rid of the CSS text and insert it into the gif image (a simple rollover effect), but I believe a text effect would be nicer..
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 have a simple div that has one line of text. the text is blue and underlined, so it looks like a link. i have an onclick() event for it to change element visibilities on my page. i would really like to change the mouse icon from an arrow to the hand pointer (the one you see when you hover over a hyperlink) when the mouse is over the div. i'm not sure if I need an API call for something like this or not. Hopefully there is a simpler way to do this than what i am doing. I tried experimenting with <a href> but i have no actual link to use, as i am not linking to anything.