I am trying to create some rollovers using the following scenario. I have four groups, letís say hearts, diamonds, clubs and spades. Each of these groups have a varied amount of members. For each group, there is a short description of what the group is supposed to do, and then thumbnails of each of the members.
To the right of the thumbnails is an image that holds a standard image, but would change to the enlarged picture of the member when the mouse is over the member's thumbnail, and below that image is another area which will hold the person name and position if any within that group. Basically there are four rollover groups. I can do the rollover for an image okay as in this code, adding more variables and images as necessary using something like this. Code:
Does anyone know of a good MIT-Licensed, or MIT-style image swap and disjointed rollover solution? All the ones I've seen are either GPL or personal-use only. The examples of img replacement scripts I've seen on stackoverflow are either only for personal use (I believe every example on the site is personal only, unless stated?), or too narrow in scope.
Any help would be great as the docs.jquery.com site has great demos on almost everything except how to swap images. I don't mind if its a block of code or a plugin, although preferrably something small and simple would be great.
It sounds like a big ask, but I thought I would ask as this place is super-friendly, unlike some of the other js libraries' forums' I've been to.
I am not very well versed in js, but am attempting to figure this out. (Gotta start somewhere, right?) I want this to be unobtrusive js, if possible with no js specifics in the html (though additional or changes to classes/IDs would be fine). I've started with PPK's mouseover script, which is working just fine. To this, I want to add some onclick behaviors. Code:
i am creating a header for a webpage. the header has two text menus (no images). the first menu (menu A) is like this: link 1a / link 2a / link 3a
the second menu (menu B) is like this:
link 1b link 2b link 3b
i would also like- and this is where i am having trouble- for the following to happen: when you rollover link 1b, link 1b changes color and adds the additional text, as well as link 1a changes color.
I'm trying to get rollover images to work that are a little more complex than usual. I have a webpage that presently gives information on four groups within an organization. I've put each group within its own div with an id. The div contains a short description of what the group does, thumbnails pictures of each member of the group, and to the right of these thumbnails, a larger picture. This larger picture is supposed to change, when ever the mouse is over a thumbnail to a normal size picture of the thumbnail, for the first part.
I tried to put in a script that will preload all the original images that should be changed. First I created an array with all the names of the divs, then used two for loops, one nested inside the other to get the pictures into the array. Tried to get the names of the array to hold the pictures from the first array with the names (inames), using a two dimensional array (used an example from a post on this forum) but it seemed to have gone astray, as the onmouseover doesn't work. Code:
I've been using prettySociable on my site (can be downloaded here. I use the uncompressed version). I want to be able to change the tooltip (that shows up when you drag an image) to default to an image on my server, rather than to the page title. I think I've tracked down the code on line 265 of the jquery.prettySociable.js file, but I'm unsure how to change it:
But, now I want to be able to set a default picture to be shown first and have the random pics appear next. I also don't want the default pic to show up again in the random array. So basically, every time the page was first visited, or refreshed it would show the default picture then move into the random pics.
how to create a function to validate that the default text hasnt been submitted, Could I somehow put it in with my validateIt function? By using something like document.forms.visitor_name.value =="Enter your name"? Or am I way off?
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You know how there are a dozen ways to have tabs (tab1, tab2, tab3, etc.) that when you click or mouse over them the text in the area below the tabs changes according to each tab?
Well I've been trying to find some code that allows you NOT to have a visible tab1 but still allows you to have the text below it. Essentially it would be the default text on the page, and then when you select a tab, then the text in that space changes to match that tab. but until then its just default text that isn't tied to any tab. Since all the codes seem to employ the Unordered list, there doesn't seem to be a way to have some default text with a corresponding <li> list element (the tab).
Does anyone know of a way to achieve this? I wish I could show you my web page but I'm a newbie and not allow to include URLs in my posts yet.
My code below shows 2 radio buttons, when you click on one, it shows the content from a div, I would like to show the content of the checked radio button by default, at teh moment, they don't show any content until they are clicked!code...
When a user has entered text into form fields and hits the Save button, the text is saved into local storage. When they hit the Load button at a later date, the text fields are populated.If the user does NOT enter text and hits the Load button, the default empty text fields are populated with the word "undefined." How do I keep the field blank? Because if they do this accidentally, they'll be hitting the back button repeatedly to delete the word in every field (this is on an iPhone).Here is the Load code:
Code: /* * Insert data into form fields from local storage.
I need to clear the default value from a textarea when a user clicks on the textarea and then replace it if the user clicks away from the textarea without modifying it. I have managed to accomplish this with the textfields in my forms but I am struggling to get the textarea element to mimic this behavior. Here is the script I am using:
I've been looking all over the place in order to find a script like they use on Foliostars, where you see a sliding semi-transparant text layer over a thumbnail image when you hover. how to achieve this using JS or an Ajax framework (preferably JQuery)?