Hi,
I'm having problems with a function and not sure what the answer is. The function is as follows:

Code:
function display (array) {
	for (i=0, max = array.length; i<max; i++){	
		var galleryTitle=array[i][3];
		var gallerySize=array[i][2];
		var galleryDate=array[i][1];
		var galleryDescription=array[i][4];
		
		$('#container').append(
		
		'<div id="'+array[i][0]+'" style="position: absolute;  left:'+array[i][6]+'px; top: '+array[i][7]+'px;"><a href="#"><img src=images/'+array[i][5]+'></a></div>'
		);
		
		$("#"+i).hover( 
			function () { 
				$(this).append('<div id="description"><b>Title: </b>'+galleryTitle+'<br /><b>Images: </b>'+gallerySize+'<br /><b>Date: </b>'+galleryDate+'<br /><br />'+galleryDescription+'</div>');
			},  	

			function () { 
    			$(this).find("div:last").remove(); 
			} 
		);
	}
}
What I'm trying to do is cause a css box to appear with information about a thumbnail in it, whenever that particular thumbnail is hovered over.

The information and, indeed, the urls of the thumbnails are stored in an array at the start of the script.

The code above works and the css box appears *except* whichever thumb I hover over, only information about the thumbnail identified by the last iteration (is that the right word?) of the for loop appears.

I understand why this is happening (ie, the loop is finished by the time the hover statement comes into being and so 'i' will always be set to the last value) but I can't work out what to do about it. I've tried inserting get element by id calls within the first div but this just seems to knock out the entire script.

I'm happy to post the script in its entirety up here if that helps but thought I;d just hit you all with the bare minimum first.

Any ideas where I should be heading on this?

Many thanks
Stef