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.
For simplicity and debugging, I attempt to display an apple when the mouse passes over the center of an image.In IE, the mouseover hand shows as the mouse passes over the center of the image and the apple is displayed.In FF, the mouseover hand shows as the mouse passes over the center of the image but the apple does not display.(By the way, I'm certain the showhide function is fine,
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 used this script and it is working fine. I changed those two images and put my own. Image1 is of 600 width and 340 height and Image2 is of 560 width and 794 height.
The code is working fine but the tool tip window resizes automatically and shows up the image. How can I have a fixed height and width? Which line should I change so that the height and width of the tooltip window is constant?
I tried changing var tipWidth = 160; but no effect tried playing with var startStr = '<table width="' + tipWidth + '"><tr> but again no effect.
I want the tooltip window to be constant and the picture size should be resized to fit in that tooltip window and aspect ratio for height and width should be resized automatically.
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 am trying to set up on a site I am working on so that the text color (preferably the CSS style) changes when I mouseover on an image elsewhere on the page. I know all about changing the current item or placing the image and text in the same div and controlling that, but I cannot place them in the same div.
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.
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:
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 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.
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.
how can I make simple mouseover image tooltip on the little cubic image in the first column of every row - when it's mouseovered, the image of current book, which is in that row, should be in tooltip.The name of every the image in folder "slike" is exactly the same name as the value of "slike" in xml for every book(knjiga)!
I have a hidden popup that I populate with content and it dynamically expands to the size of the content. I then show the popup. When a user clicks on another link, it populates the popup with longer or shorter content. When the content is SHORTER, it seems to show the background image that I'm using expanding to the height of the previous size of the popup. I've tried setting the height manually with JS, no luck. This only happens on IE6.
Is there a js out there that makes text look like it is being handwritten by appearing pixel by pixel or something? I have seen this in action but it was a frames site and I coudln't get into it to see how they did it by source. Maybe this is a flash effect?