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Thread: Picture mouse over code generation problems

  1. #1
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    Default Picture mouse over code generation problems

    I have spent all today working on Mouse over actions from rolling over pictures.
    Simply implementing a gallery where the user mouse-over a thumbnail and will see a larger picture in a different area
    I try two ways to implement this:
    1. Using Show/Hide ( and have all pictures hidden to begin with)
    2. Using Bring to top ( and have all pictures visible to begin with)

    I get two problems:
    1. It works okay on Firefox, IE, and Safari but no on Chrome
    example here:

    2. After some changes to the Actions, the code generated by NOF is wrong ! it is not generating the correct statements. It uses the 'self' picture for the thumbnail instead of the target picture.
    I check the action, it is correctly named Target, but still it generates this:

    <a href="../TopFeatures-HR.jpg" onclick="return(F_e('Picture223', F_CL))" onmouseover="return(F_e('Picture223', F_MV))"><img id="Picture223" height="90" width="111" src="../assets/images/BottomFeatures-thm.jpg" border="0" alt="BottomFeatures - click to download in HR" title="BottomFeatures - click to download in HR"></a>

    Picture223 is the ObjectID for the thumbnail, but I have the target for the onmouseover action set to ObjectID 'Bottomdetail'

    has anyone else seen this bad code generation and know a way to fix it? Preferably not reimplement

    3. I have to ask, why doesnt NOF use the navigationmenu function calls for mouseover images - seems much more robust and cross-browser plus doesnt need Fixed layout to overlap images

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    Sep 2010


    Okay turnd out the code line having the same name is not referencing the picture - that happens elsewhere - I fixed this with a Save/Exit/Reload/Full page republish

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