Re: [oL] multi pop ups on mouse over
- Hi Steve,Yes sure. I have a big job on at the moment, so occasionally it might be a while before I reply to some emails - but I will do.Use stu@... and we can discuss exactly what we're trying to create. As you're in the UK, we wont have to wait for time differences on the emails!Regards,Stu----- Original Message -----From: flaxie15Sent: Wednesday, April 30, 2003 9:22 AMSubject: Re: [oL] multi pop ups on mouse overStu,
This is exactly the sort of thing I was after - particularly as it
involves mouseover on image maps - something I forgot to mention
initially. Had a look at the source for your map and could make head
nor tail of it. Can you help me through with it? particularly as you
mentioned that it can be done in a much better way now.
To Clay - had a good look at Erics span solution and I cannot get it
to work with the image maps mentioned above so do not think this is
suitable. Ignore my rubbish about 'conflicts' I was not reading
Thanks for the help so far guys.
--- In email@example.com, "Stuart Crawshaw" <stu@a...> wrote:
> Hi flaxie,
> Try looking here.
> This is a site I did a couple of years ago, and there are lots of
things that can be done a better way now . . . !
> http://www.pearsonwines.co.uk then enter the site and click on the
WINE button at the top.
> This is quite a complecated page using overLib, image maps and
> Briefly, onMouseover of the imagemap you will get a description pop
up using overLIB, and the text and graphic arrays displaying
inormation also based on the onMouseover. (it would have been better
to preload the graphics as well!)
> I think this may be what you're after . . .
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: flaxie15
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Sent: Tuesday, April 29, 2003 5:23 PM
> Subject: Re: [oL] multi pop ups on mouse over
> --- In email@example.com, Clay Leeds <cleeds@m...> wrote:
> > Steve,
> > I haven't tried this before, but I would guess you could combine
> > overlib() with the approach taken by Eric Meyer on his CSS/EDGE
> > http://www.meyerweb.com/eric/css/edge/popups/demo.html
> > If you want more than one of your popups to move like ovelrib,
> it'll be
> > more challenging and I can't help you. If, however, you want
> > "overlib" popup which follows the mouse, but you want other
> > change (like a "help" window which doesn't move), this might
> > Hope this helps!
> > Clay
> Thanks for the advice - I am not sure that I know anything about
> files so now you can gauge my level of expertise ! However,
> at the coding on Eric's page does not the <a href = ... conflict
> If we can get round this then it might work.
> I technique I was after was to have both boxes fixed in position
> (obviously different fixx/fixy positions) so that they do not
> chase the mouse.
> I was wondering whether this could be done by varying layers but
> experimented a little and always one gets read and the other is
> At the moment there is just pop up text on the map, for instance,
> http://www.oksana.co.uk/india.htm. Ideally a picture alongside
> be ideal. I am also working on a camera club website that could
> with the text being displayed well away from the image.
> Get back to me on the conflict issue above if you can.
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