Here's the challenge:  I have two divs layered on top of one another in an HTML file. The top div is mostly transparent using CSS the bottom div has an image as its background. On mouseenter, I want the top div to disappear and on mouseleave I wa...
I have to show an alert while the mouse leaves the window, I tried with mouseleave event, but the alert is showing when i move the pointer to the scrollbar  also. I have to show the alert when the mouse reaches outside the window (while i try to navi...
I want to trigger an event when the mouse leaves two elements. I found the following jsfiddle which is exactly what I'm looking for:   http://jsfiddle.net/pFTfm/54/  It uses this code:   var count = 0; $('#d1, #d2').mouseenter(function(){...
I modified the code of the best answer of another question (which aimed to detect from which side the mouse entered a div) in order to make it detect from which side the mouse left a div.  Here is the my code. I changed the log to display in the cons...
<http://jsfiddle.net/RBJ9R/1504/>   I would like the mouseleave trigger area to increase in size to include the image as well as the original mouseenter area (gray box). I would like the user to be able to still see the image if they mouse over...
Firstly, apologies for the title, I could not think of a suitable one.  I am unsure as to why the hide() function within the below code comes back erroneous in firebug when triggered, I am pretty sure the rest of the code will work fine once I have i...
Okay.. a bit complicated of a question. I have a DIV that appears when you mouseover a TR.  $(".alignment_tr").hover( function() {     console.log( "alignmententer" + triggerMouseover );         var tid = $(this).find( ".hidden_in...
When I hover over the div element, the text enlarges however when the mouse leaves the div, the text stays the same size. I have tried mouseenter(), mouseleave() and hover() functions but nothing seems to work. Here is my code: JQuery:    function ma...
I am trying to use an array index to allow a set of div IDs to change from one ID to another when the mouseenter and mouseleave functions are triggered.  I know there are other ways to do this - toggle, hover, or CSS hover. This is just learning for...
as you can see here http://www.revistatres.com.br/daniel/trecinco I have a CSS menu with drop-down submenus.  In order to force the submenus to disappear once they are clicked, I used the following:      $("#menu ul li ul").click(function(){...

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