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  1. #1
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    onmouseover issue

    Hi I'm new here and would like to ask for your valued assistance. Although I feel this should be very simple I have been stumped on it for a couple of days.

    My problem is I have a main picture and a couple of thumbnails. When you mouse over a thumbnail it enlarges in the main window. Working great so far.

    Now the problem when I mouseout of any of the thumbnails it remains in the main window and won't revert back to it's original.

    Here is my very unpleasant code:

    Code:
    <body>
             <tr>
           <!-- <td><table width="100%" bgcolor="#b0b0b0" border="0" cellpadding="10" cellspacing="1"> -->
              <tbody><tr>
                <td bgcolor="#ffffff">
             <table width="86%" border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0">
                  <tbody><tr>
     
                    <script language="JavaScript" type="text/javascript"> 
    function fda(pic){ 
    document.getElementById("PicViewer").src=pic; 
    }
     
    function tst(pic){ 
    document.getElementById("PicViewer").bit=pic; 
    }</script>
     
     
    			</table>
    			<div align="center">
     
     
    <table border="0" cellPadding="0" width="950" height="650" style="border-collapse: collapse" bordercolor="#111111">
      <tr>
        <td width="15" bgcolor="#111111" height="542" rowspan="3">
        <p align="center">
        &nbsp;</td>
        <td bgcolor="#405E76" height="650" colspan="9" valign="top">
        <p align="center">
        <img src="http://i99.photobucket.com/albums/l290/big_poppa_duke/mainimg.png" class="biankuang2" id="PicViewer" border="0" width="640" height="480" vspace="55" hspace="0"></td>
        <td width="15" bgcolor="#111111" height="542" rowspan="3">
        &nbsp;</td>
      </tr>
      <tr>
        <td width="15" bgcolor="#405E76" height="80">
        &nbsp;</td>
        <td width="121" bgcolor="#405E76" align="center">
        &nbsp;</td>
        <td width="145" bgcolor="#405E76" align="center">
        &nbsp;</td>
        <td width="145" bgcolor="#405E76" align="center">
        <img border="2" src="http://i99.photobucket.com/albums/l290/big_poppa_duke/img2.png"class="biankuang2" onmouseover="fda(this.src)" width="125" height="93" vspace="2" onmouseout="tst(this.pic);" width="125" height="93" vspace="2"></td>
        <td bgcolor="#405E76" align="center" width="145">
        &nbsp;</td>
        <td width="145" bgcolor="#405E76" align="center">
        <img border="2" src="http://i99.photobucket.com/albums/l290/big_poppa_duke/img3.png"class="biankuang2" onmouseover="fda(this.src)" width="125" height="93" vspace="2" onmouseout="tst(this.pic);" width="125" height="93" vspace="2"></td>
        <td width="145" bgcolor="#405E76" align="center">
        &nbsp;</td>
        <td width="121" bgcolor="#405E76" align="center">
        &nbsp;</td>
        <td width="14" bgcolor="#405E76">
        &nbsp;</td>
        </tr>
     </table>[/td]
    [/tr]

    Oh and I have just noticed my page seems to load twice with a confirmed click sound. Any idea what's in my code causing this annoyance?
    I'm sure by now you will appreciate I am a complete newb and would like any info in laymans terms please

    I really appreciate any help
    Thank you

  2. #2
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    Code:
    onmouseover="fda(this.src)"
    makes sense, because the element which is calling it has an src attribute

    but what is
    Code:
    onmouseout="tst(this.pic);"
    supposed to do???

    and likewise in your functions, I can see that
    Code:
    function fda(pic){ 
    document.getElementById("PicViewer").src=pic; 
    }
    will change the src of that element, but what are you hoping that:
    Code:
    function tst(pic){ 
    document.getElementById("PicViewer").bit=pic; 
    }
    will do?

  3. #3
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    hi xelawho, thanks for replying so quickly and I appologise for my hashed attempt at implementing a function for the onmouseout. In the hope it would fetch the original picture stored at PicViewer.

    So the second funtion can be ignored as it does ditto. And that's where I can't figure how onmouseout the image won't revert back to the original.

    Hope that goes someway to explain it

  4. #4
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    Jan 2012
    Posts
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    Sorry I lost my original reply???

    My code is totally messed up I was attempting to write a second function to revert back to the original image when onmouseout occured. But as you have already noted I made a total hash of it.

    Is there a simple way ignoring my second function and onmouseout entries to have the original pic return once I move my mouse off either pic 2 or pic 3.

    Thanks for the quick response by the way.

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