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'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)...
It works fine when I give the paragraph a single class name, but when I attempt to create multiple class names the 2nd class name is not created.This is the (erroneous) markup that is created :<p class="class1" class2= "">test</p>How do I instead create (eg) <p class="class1 class2">test</p>.I know that multiple appends are not efficient but it is just a working example.
I'm looking voor the right syntax to fade in a div. So far I only found syntaxes that deal with button actions but I just want to fade in the div after a few seconds. How do I set that up? Switch off visibility with css and then?
I know this is possible with JQuery it is just above my current skills. I have four divs, lets say with the ids 1, 2, 3, 4. They appear as a vertical list starting with #1. What I want to happen on page load is for #1 to fade out after a few seconds and fade in at the the bottom of the list with #2, #3, and #4 moving up to fill the space. So the order would now be #2, #3, #4, #1. I then want this process to continue with #2 moving down to replace #4, and so on, an infinite loop.
I have a div that has 4 buttons and another div inside that the four buttons load pages into depending on which one is clicked. Picture an image gallery except for images its loading pages. All good, all works.What I want to do is trigger the buttons to activate every five few seconds and load the pages on their own without the button having to be clicked on.basically creating a rotating type banner ad system.Below is the code for one of the buttons.
I was wondering if the jquery out of the box allows for repeated ajax requests at a certain time interval to update elements on the page. I found a plug in that can do this:Just wanted to make sire i can ot inherently do it with jquery.
I am making a single page website for a client and we are trying to make a 4 step animation on click of an image. When clicking the image I would like to slide out div1 up, slide out div2 right, slide out div3 down, and have div4 slide in.
Is there a way of doing this with java script?I have a homepage, that has to go to a certain directory, find the newer TXT file, get the first paragraph, get it formated with H1 tag, then read the rest format it with a P tag.So everytime a new TXT file is created in that directory the homepage (HTML/index.html) change.
I want (image1) to display on the page and then after a desired time, lets say 4secs, swap to (image2). I would like (image2) to be visible for another timed period, lets say 3secs, when I'd like the page to automatically load another URL.I have used this solution to ultimately load in the new page (http-equiv="refresh" content="5;example.htm") but when a visitor is viewing a sequence of google translated pages, when a page with this code is loaded, it stops the translation.
I'm embarking on a new project - although I've hit a wall.
I require a page to refresh at a scheduled date and time, several times a day.
For example, I would like the web page to reload the index at 3:15PM
So if anyone has the web page open during that time, it will automatically refresh for them.
Timing is quite important so I would need the script to use the server (hosts) time and not the end users time.
The webpage must execute the refresh at the time 3:15pm, so no matter when someone visits the page, even if its hours before, it must refresh at that time.
If anyone has any pointers on the best way to achieve this and what language to start with I am forever greatful :thumbsup:
I do a lot of image design work and although I have worked with a few coders in the past but I haven't gone too much into coding myself, but its something I'm going to take time to learn and get involved in, so I'm not looking for script hand outs here, mainly just a nudge in the right direction.
Hey im working on a website and id like to put a image swap in so that the image will change on a timed event. Id like to make it so that when i click it it will bring me to anew page which isnt hard i just cant figure out the image swap.
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.
I want to be able to display the whole contents of a text file containing 4 paragraphs of text, on a static web page, as soon as a video finishes playing on the page. The video is to be set to autorun as soon as the page loads in the browser.
I have seen examples of code used for the timed delay of the display of an image file, after a video has finished playing. I do not know how to apply this to the display of a text file.
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?