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April 30, 2013 at 9:57 pm #44463
Hey there guys!
I’m trying on the site I’m currently building to when I’m browsing and scrolling down that the div will trigger a hove on the img.class of each featured section (which you’ll see in the link).
For example, when I’m hovering over the h2/p title (that’s located within the div), it’ll trigger the img:hover of the icon on the right. If you hover over the image/icon, it scales.
Any good way of approaching this? Much appreciated.
[>>> Here is the link to the site](http://bit.ly/1027wai)April 30, 2013 at 11:19 pm #133691
That’s a much better idea man and appreciate the reply!
However, I know there is ways to do this; But if you know any jQuery plugins, etc that’d be helpful to reference that’d be awesome! I’ve tried finding some solutions but wasn’t really close to what I was looking for.
Thanks again!May 1, 2013 at 11:33 am #133742
Thanks so much,
So for example..
Does this seem right? the box could be the img.earth i want to trigger the hover class to by clicking on div/class button (div.yella-button). Still trying to figure out, how I can activate the img.earth:hover class when hovering over the .yella-button div class.
Thanks again for all the help.May 2, 2013 at 3:47 pm #133890
Hey there @srig99, can’t explain how thankful I am for you helping me.
Overall, I feel like I got it right, but not working..
Does this look right?
If, I’m right.. Box is img.earth while hovering over button, it should add class ‘img.earth:hover’ then hover off the button remove the hover back to img.earth.
However, doesn’t seem to be achieving that effect. Is there limitations to what I can do adding a img.class:hover?
Thanks again, kindly appreciated. This really makes me want to get into jQuery!May 3, 2013 at 2:59 pm #133994May 4, 2013 at 8:25 am #134050sandhaniMember
Hai guys may be ur looking for this right
(http://codepen.io/srig99/pen/KeswC “onhover or mouse enter bigger and aswell leves smaller”)
already Mr.srig99 given demo.I was edited that you can see in that.
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