Displaying When People Put There Mouse Over The Links?
Apr 17, 2009
I'm try to hide the title of some links on a web page. I'm using the title property of some links to pass a description of the images linked to a lightbox script. These descriptions are long and formatted in HTML so I don't want them displaying when people put there mouse over the links.
I want to create a webpage that has a grid of 8 images displayed on the left side of the page. All the images are "dimmed" by default and when the user moves their mouse over an image, it lightens to its normal state. What I want to do is when they hover the mouse over an image, display a chunk of text in thearea to theright of the image grid. Essentially, the images act as a kind of menu and when the mouse hovers I want some details to be displayed. Ideally, I want to format the text to make it look good - so am not sure if it would be better to create an image containing my text and display this image when the mouse hovers.
So I have an image, id="image", and I have coordinates and some other stuff feeding out of it into an array on a mouse click. Now what I want is for a small image to appear on the place where the mouse is clicked as well. I was told jQuery would be able to do this?
I have a series of links in my page, all with its title atribute filled. The thing is that I don't want the browser to show this title whenever i hover those links, but still want to have mi titles in the markup Is there any way to do it?
Or maybe is there another solution ? --of course the file small.html will be different for each link on the page, that's the job of the showPop() function-- I want my site to be visible by as most browsers/platform as possible.
I wonder if it's possible to implement a menu like the one ofcbs.com?Basically, when mouse over some of the menu items, a menu panel shows up with a few columns of links. The many panel disappears when the mouse moves out. I think it's quite neat and I'm hoping to be able to do something like that with jQuery.
I'd like to be able to get the address of people accessing my site. I don't need their actual house address, just a general area like zip code or city/state/country. Is something like this possible? I know you can do this in php.
i want the browser to test wether or not a page that is called is beieng called from within the specified window the script is originally used to prevent a page within a frame to be called alone it redirected the user to the main window if i can call it that so that parts of your frames could not be viewed alone
i have managed to secure most of my site no rightclicks can be performed and no options to view source code by using a chromeless window the problem now is that i wanna make sure that someone cannot call a page into a normal browser window by using shift while clicking on links thus preventing anyone from getting to my source code.
I'm trying to allow people to download music files, from my web site server, to their desk top, by clicking a button. I don't know if I need html or some kind of script. The page already plays short music clips automaticly with a simple "onload" script I found somewhere--but I don't know how to get the viewer a copy of the music for their mp3 player or disk burner.
From the common user perspective (like my grandma), why would they care if its a java applet or an ajax application? Say I want to make a chat system on my website...If i'm doing really involved Comet push-style data communication, and rendering everything using DHTML, why would users prefer that over a java applet?
Moreover, say I use a java applet to transfer data through a socket connection, then use DHTML to display the data, so that basically the front end is the same, but the backend is differs, why would a user prefer the comet-style programming over applet?
I'm asking because I wrote an Ajax chat system through polling, and I want to switch to a Comet push-style system because polling just isn't responsive enough. I want to know if I can avoid Comet (since it is alot of overhead for the server) and just use an applet in the background to transfer data through socket connections, then use DHTML to render the chat boxes.
I have this script, where I want it to use a multi-user login. the code is below.
I have 2 problems. One is that mainly, it doesn't work! And Two, is there someway you can block an external script from being viewed in a browser, or someway to keep people from reading the Usernames and Passwords?
Use any html file of yours as party_names.html. If you omit "_self" from it, then it'll work properly. But that opens a new window for party_names.html. But I want it to open the new page in the same window carrying the data selected from both pages in order to process in the server.
Basically, when you click a link a function is called with a parameter based on the particular link you run. Then the code runs through an xml file, and if the parent of the nodes I've cyling through has a value equal to the parameter past to the function, that node is used to create a new link with window.open function attached to it.It all works, or seems to, and when I alert what is being built, it looks right to me, yet the links don't work.I've attached a copy of one of the alerts of one of the links as it's built.