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Javascript Popup

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Hi,

I know there are lots of pages on this, but why can't I find something
simple?

I have an image on my page. All I want is when the mouse rolls over
the image, an image will appear next to it, and disappear when the
mouse moves away.

I do not want to use HREF because it is only an image, not a link. I
do not want the HARD appearing.

Can this be done???

Thank you.

John
Apr 11 '08 #1
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>"Mtek" wrote:

>One other issue I found.....because this is being done in a table, it
expands the entire table cell. I'm hoping for soemthing like this:
http://www.cssplay.co.uk/menu/balloons.html
>But that does not work in many browsers.........
It uses javascript, whereas the other solutions were pure html. And the js
is obfuscated.
Look at boxover.js if you want a script approach. It is free and good.
Check www.qolor.nl/spelling/ww.htm for an example. Text can be replaced by
images or anything html can contain.
Copy the source from www.qolor.nl/spelling/data/wwBoxover.js if you can't
find it elsewhere. For instructions search for boxover tooltips.
Tom
Apr 11 '08 #2

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On Apr 10, 8:44 pm, Mtek <m...@mtekusa.comwrote:
Hi,

I know there are lots of pages on this, but why can't I find something
simple?

I have an image on my page. All I want is when the mouse rolls over
the image, an image will appear next to it, and disappear when the
mouse moves away.

I do not want to use HREF because it is only an image, not a link. I
do not want the HARD appearing.

Can this be done???

Thank you.

John
Maybe you might want to try something like overLib. http://www.bosrup.com/web/overlib/.

Bernie
Apr 11 '08 #3

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