Mouseover Effect - User To Move Their Mouse Over A Word And A Description Should Appear
Sep 3, 2009
The link is here [URL] Click on description. Move the scroll bar on the right to the bottom and then click on description again. Instead of the thumbnails scrolling up to hide the description, the main image and header move down. Any tips on addressing this. My brains are a bit frazzled at the moment. Do I need to fix the vertical scroll position somehow. What properties do I need to be looking at? (Note : I'm currently animating the height property of the description box.) Second question. I did have auto margins in the wrapper centering the page. When you click on description it causes the scrollbar on the right to appear, which shifts the page over to the left. I've since fixed the margin, but again is there a way around this so that I can center the page again?
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?
With the following code I can change the mouse pointer. However, if you click in Mozilla (with IE it works perfect) on 'Show hourglass' the mouse pointer changes only if you move the mouse at least on pixel.
I have a text (sentence) in a textbox. How do I select a word under the mouse pointer/cursor? That textarea may not have focus in it. My plan is to find the index of the cursor position on the textarea. then go left and right from that index. Stop on getting space on both side. Find both the indexes and select that range. But I am not able to do it. I am stuck in the first step.
The problem: Popups work fine, as they open the mini thumbnails when you mouseover. However, as you scroll down the page, the images move with you. So, if you mouseover'd the top result (having not scrolled down) the graph would appear when it was supposed to. However, if you scrolled down 200px, and then mouseover'd the top result (or any result), the thumbnail would popup 200px lower than it should.
The guide site I used: [url]- it doesn't happen on their site.
I set up a dummy site of their site: [url]- I just copied the source code for everything and changed literally nothing. It still happens on my version of the site.
I have a jquery statement that enables or disables a button depending on whether a checkbox has been selected in a grid. This works fine in firefox but in IE the button is still displayed as disabled after checking the box. When you move the mouse pointer over the button is instantly becomes enabled. Showing an alert dialogue also makes the button display as enabled. Is there anyway to force IE to refresh the button display after running the statement?
On this page:[URL]..when you hover over "Informationen" and "Über uns" you get sub menu shown. When you move mouse away it hides. Normally i have problem with jquery making queue for every single hover i make, and then i just keeps on animating all those hovers. I tried to implement stop() but just cant get it to work properly.
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.
In website i am having popup window.Whenever refreshiung the page popup window will come Its working now and i want to move that popup window based on the mouse movement can anyone give some sample code for this
I'd like to make it possible to move the background of a site by clicking and dragging it with the mouse. So far I've only found flash solutions and I'd really rather not use flashIf anyone knows of any jquery code that is somewhat similar
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.