I know I could add onmouseover events to each li item and changing the src of the category. But Im trying to find a better solution. And I think I should be able to use document.getElementById(id).onmouseover = function() for that.
I have image and some text next to it. ( login arrow and login text )The script below changes the image ( to a brighter one and the style of the text next to it.( changes text color to brighter).Question: It activates when you move your mouse over the image. BUT how do I make it ALSO activate when It moves over the text?
I have 3 smaller thumbnail images and when I click on any of them, the resulting image displays in the larger image space.
The tricky part is that I want the larger image to become a link that changes, depending on which image is displaying. (I don't want the little images to be links.)
Click here [url] for a visual to explain what I am wanting to do.
Here is what I have for script...but I can't figure out the links...This script works fine, but I can't figure out how to make the larger image have 3 separate links, depending on which image is displaying in it.
I'm relatively new to jQuery, and I'm trying to figure out how to create a restaurant menu, that when you click on an item on this menu, an image and description will show on the page. [URL]I've looked through several plugins but cannot find this exact solution. Can anyone please point me in the right direction?
Im trying to enlarge an image using onmouseover but im trying to keep the image in the same central position eg. The image increases in size from the middle out rather than the top left corner staying in the same position (as in my code). An onmouseout setting the image back to the original size.
I've been going out of my mind trying to get this to work, and now I'm out of time! It seems like it *SHOULD* be simple! All I am trying to do is get all of the <li> items that belong to a particular UL ID, and change the class name onmouseover. I've cut down the code to bare-bones to try and isolate the problem. I can get it to work if I use unique IDS for each list element, but that seems silly. The latest piece of code I am working with:
what I want to do is create a menu with rollover buttons but each button also changes the background image of a div.
I've managed to change the colour of the div but not add an image there. I've added my code so you can have a look. Case 0 shows me attempting to change the background image. I must be doing something wrong.
I've left the other cases as colours so you can see how I did that. I eventually want it all to be images. I'm creating a Joomla website (not sure if that makes a difference).
I am trying to change a piece of text using onmouseover. I have tried a few things so far and nothing has really worked. I get get a new piece of text to appear but bastardizing someone elses code, but can't figure out how to hide the other one....
I sort of have the following but don't know if this is close to the best way of doing it really...
Basically I want to have a piece of text, lets say TEXT1, that changes from blue to red, and to TEXT2 while the mouse is over it.
I know nothing really about Java so have had a look around but got no futher....
I am trying to create a rollover on a stock index graph when I rollover one of three geographic areas (Americas, Asia, Europe) on a separate image . So far I have been only able to create the rollover for the separate countries, without the second image.
I want the text and bg colors of the 'retail' fields to change color when the mouse rolls over a certain button on the page... i have onmouseover="document.getElementById('retail')className('highlight')" in the <td> of the button so it works but it doesnt highlight the second instance of 'retail'...
not really used to java but have an image map with about 90 hotspots. All i want to do is simply change the color of a hotspot when the mouse rolls over.I have really only been able to find solutions for introducing images on mouse over.
I have a large image of all my products. I image mapped the images to their locations. I would like to have something where, if they put their mouse of the proper coordinate it changes the text beside the image (description text).
I don't require a sample, just the sraight code that ACUALLY works.
I used one off dhtmlcentral.com and it keeps on screwing up because of the stupid div features that come with it. I just need something SIMPLE.