I need a onmouseover / hover effect.I already found several solutions for changing the SAME background color e.g. as the div you move the mouse over.But what I need is...a navigation div... where, when I move my mouse over, DIFFERENT divs (at least two) will change its color (and changes it back to the default color after mouse isn't over it anymore)...And it also should change the image of the navigation button itself as well as some other graphic. (the last two I already have)
I have been trying to do some tooltips for a website and desperately wanted to learn something new and do that with jQuery.However, every time a mouse hovers over a tooltip, all hidden divs are shown, not just the one that supposed to. Here's my html:
So I have this vertical menu with a few options. Originally it was pure CSS with a basic a:hover to change the background of the menu item. But then it was decided that whichever menu item you last had your mouse on should remain in that hover state.
I have 5 different thumbnail pictures. I also have two divs - "pic" is a larger picture of a thumbnail and the other "details" is description of the person in the picture.I would like the two divs to change depending on which thumbnail the mouse is hovering over.
When I mouseover over the list items below, I would like a DIV that I specify (in this case corresponding by number - but I would like the flexibility to define the div name individually if numbers don't exist, or don't match up [I'm using Drupal, and everything is dynamically generated]) to slide out, or just appear, beneath it (the list will be inline). It needs to stay open so people can click the link that appears in the DIV, but when you mouseout from the DIV or the list item, the div needs to disappear.
My HTML looks more like this: <div id = "navigation"
I'm not familiar with how this code is working, and have been trying to work it out, but I'm not sure I understand the use of "idx" and how the singular "slide" term comes into play.
URL..when you hover over an image, I've used .hover to fadeIn a DIV called 'zoomicon' for that image, but my problem is that when you hover one image, not only does the zoomicon for that image fade in, but all instances of zoomicon fade in, as well as fade out.how do Iseparateinstances of zoomicon to fade in and fade out for their respective image blocks?[code]
I had one working but it was kinda janky because it was causing me to have two divs with the same ID on one page. No good.
Since I updated to wp2.8.3 prior to launch, it's not working. So I've decided to just try and do it right.
Here's a page: [URL]
So, what I want to happen: On page load, the first tab: "general" and it's corresponding div beneath should be showing. And the first image should be showing. The other content divs and images should be hidden. I've given the text content divs a dashed border to show their borders. When a visitor clicks "dine at home" the general div and image hide, the second content div shows, as does the second image (it's currently the identical image, but the client may change later.) Etc.
I'll be using this function on a few other pages as well.
I am looking for a JS script that changes image onmouseover, but then changes a different image elsewhere on the page onmouseclick. I'm a JS n00b so any full script, or pointers to a site that has what I'm looking for would be fantastic!
I have a table with two columns and two rows in it. In the upper left corner, I have a logo image for my company. In the top right column/cell, I have some navigational stuff, no big deal. In the left cell in the 2nd row, I have a list of anchors of different songs I am producing - something like this:
The cell on the right, 2nd row is empty at the start.
On the 2nd row, 1st cell, where the anchors are, on a "mouse over" event, I'd like to display song lyrics and information regarding the song in the right cell, 2nd row as the user moves the mouse over a given anchor.
What is the best way for me to do this? There are a couple of things/issues I can think of right away:
1) Let's say there are 20 anchors in the left column. Let's say that some of the songs' lyrics are quite lengthy and extend past the height of the cell at row 2, left column. How would the system know this in advance (this will make more sense with question #2 below)? Perhaps tell it some type of maximum height you know will never be reached or something?
2) To me it doesn't make a lot of sense to include all this text in the main HTML file since a majority of the time, the user(s) will never move their mouse across ALL the anchors, only one or two. Seems to me there should be some way of "loading" them as soon as the mouse over event occurs.
I am trying to capture the onmouseout event on an option. I know there is no mouseover/out event(in IE 6), therefore I ask, does anyone have a work around?
Essentially what I need is a tooltip that displays the entire contents of a dropdown/select if the contents of the option are getting truncated due to the width of the dropdown/select. And I want to do this while the dropdown/select is expanded.
Can some recommend an open source 3rd party control if there is no solution when using the standard select?
I have a simple mouseover menu using style.visibility property(hide/show). My question is how do I hide all menus other then the one I moused over? Also I have a onmouseover and onmouseout for the image that shows the menu when you mouseover it, how do I keep the image showing when moused over it and mousing over the menu that it shows?
I have two scripts that seem to be overriding each other. they both seem to use the onmouseover function to trigger actions that are vital to each script. to be honest I'm not sure if this is really what happens but when I disable one one works, when I disable the other, the opposite works. so right now it's my best explanation :-p. oh and it's definitely not any scripting variables interference.
I'm using Milonic drop down menu (the trial for testing) and another small piece of code that I've attached that does on mouse over tip bars.
what I'm wondering is if there is a way to make them both work without...breaking one or the other. or if I should just find another solution, which is proving difficult because I can't find one that's super simple and as nice as this one.
I am designing a website with an imagemap as a navigation pane and I want an effect to happen when certain parts of the image are rolled over by the mouse. I want to switch the imagemap image to a different one (one which highlights the rolled-over bit) depending on which bit gets rolled over. (Sorry if this is confusing) This is my code: