I am having trouble with the onmouseout function in an absolute positoned div. When the mouse hits a child element in the div, the mouseout event fires, but I do not want it to fire until the mouse is out of the parent, absolute div.  How can I pre...
You can see in the headline what it is. I've four "div", and therein are each a p tag. When I go with the mouse on the first div, changes the "opacity" of the p tag of the first div. The problem is when I go on with the mouse on t...
I am currently switching the menu of my site from pure JavaScript to jQuery. My menu has a rollout / rollin effect.  The menu has an outer wrapper which has an onmouseout event set. If this fires, the relatedTarget is checked whether it's a child...
function EvalSound(soundobj) {     var thissound=document.getElementById(soundobj);     thissound.currentTime = 0;       thissound.Play(); }  function StopSound(soundobj) {     var thissound=document.getElementById(soundobj);     thissound.Stop(); }...
I'm no expert in this so excuse me if this is very basic but I couldn't find answers.  So I want to have navigation section with categories on the left side of the page. Each category is different site, and each site has it's own unique i...
I am experiencing some problems with my javaScript hover function on two images. When the user hovers over the arrow image it should change into a hover-version of that image, and if the user clicks on it it should start another javascript function t...
Okay, so, I have a bit of a strange situation which I have encountered multiple times. I'm looking for a simple/the best solution, NOT the overcomplicated solution I used before (and have since forgotten).  You see, I have a slideshow. I also hav...
I need to create simple photo gallery with JavaScript.  My code doesn't works  function upDate(previewPic){ document.getElementById('image').style.backgroundImage = "url('previewPic.src')"; document.getElementById('ima...
So I have this JavaScript I am working on, and I want to show/hide another HTML element on mouseover but it wont work. Here's The HTML:  <div class='post' onmouseover="document.getElementsByClassName('another_element').styl...
So here is an example of the function I need to replicate:  document.getElementById('img1').onmouseover = function() {     document.getElementById('img1').style.width = expandTo + '%';      expandCompensate(1); }  document.get...

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